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Join your host Wes Blackman as he welcomes a series of resource persons related to the Lake Worth Lagoon Initiative. The show will begin at noon with Ginny Powell, Environmental Program Supervisor for the Public Outreach Section of Palm Beach County's Department of Environmental Resource Management. Ms.Powell, also a Lake Worth resident, will discuss the Lake Worth Lagoon Initiative and the upcoming Symposium on May 15th. Around 12:20 pm: Carman Vare, Environmental Program Supervisor for the Marine and Estuarine Resources Section will talk about the Snook Islands ll and Bryant Park Wetlands Project (also will cover the original Snook Islands Natural Area Project and Public Use Facilities.) And at 12:40 pm: Julie Bishop, Environmental Program Supervisor for the Lake Worth Lagoon/Freshwater Lakes Section will discuss C-51 Muck Dredging Project.
Join host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Mayor Pam Triolo to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Mayor Triolo will review her and the Commission's priorities as the city makes its way into the budget preparation season. Your questions and comments are welcome by calling in during the show or by posting comments to this post on Wes Blackman's City of Lake Worth Blog. It is sure to be an interesting show, especially for Lake Worth residents.
This week on College Sports on TJR, we are hitting up some of the most awesome stories to ever grace our show...well awesome enough to get us through this week. Where is the best basketball recruit in the country heading? Who's transferring in the world of college football? And which coach is calling out a program? All this and much more for this week's episode!
Join your host, Wes Blackman, as he welcomes Delores Key to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. Ms. Key is the Economic Development Manager in the city of Lake Worth's Sustainability Department. She recently presented an item to the City Commission which paves for the way for the city to establish an Enterprise Zone. We will explore the implications and possibilities during the show.
Show re-scheduled due to previous technical difficulties. Join your host Wes Blackman as we welcome Lake Worth resident Greg Rice to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. As many of you know, Greg regularly appears on Hulett Environmental Services advertisements on TV. He is also active in Lake Worth civic activities and has his own interesting life story which I am sure that he will share with us during the show.
After last week's debackle of a show with blogtalk taking a crap on our show, we are recalling this week's episode as episode 34, so whatever you may have heard last week...didn't happen.
With that being said, this week is all about the NFL Draft. We dedicated a good chunk of the show to the draft and also talk Big 10 and college football.
This show is all about small college basketball and is year around. It is hosted by veteran media personality Greg Crawford of CSNNW.com and each week he interviews five prominent small college hoops coaches in the Portland, Oregon metro area. For more on Greg Crawford, please go to http://gregcrawfordspeaks.weebly.com
The five coaches interviewed each week are:
Dinari Forman----Lewis and Clark College
Curt Bickley---Multnomah University
Tim Cleary---Pacific University (Forest Grove)
Brad Barbarick---Concordia University (Portland, Oregon)
Clif Wegner---- Clackamas Community College
This is a can't miss show, lots of fun and full of important information, not to mention being fast paced.
No games to talk about? No problem! Welcome to story week on College Sports on TJR! This week we take on all the hot college related stories as of late, ranging from the SEC dating ESPN to new college basketball rules and even Ben McLemore. We'll even talk about a friend of our show.
I can remember back when I was in the college application process that the thought of even attending community college had a negative connotation associated with it.
I am proud to see that mentality changing among many high school students in the college selection process.
Also, I believe that there are reasons that students should consider attending community colleges.
Join me for tips and strategies for how to make the decision and what discussions you need to have with your teens about choosing to attend a community college.
Please invite other families with teens heading to college.
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