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Broadcast Square audio archives for May 2018

Brock Kappelmann - May 18, 2018 4:36 pm

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of April 30 to May 4, 2018.

Monday, April 30: Pastor Kevin Alexander and Rhonda Kinser, on Liberal observance of National Day of Prayer.

Tuesday, May 1: Chair of local Cinco de Mayo celebration Janeth Vasquez, on Cinco de Mayo events Saturday and Sunday.

Wednesday, May 2: 480 Focus with Ashley Kappelmann of LHS and Shawna Evans of Meadowlark School, on proposed Mercury curriculum redesign.

Thursday, May 3: Jim Quimby with Miss Rodeo South Dakota Kay Marrs and Miss Rodeo Kansas Mikhayla DeMott, on Guymon Pioneer Days.

Friday, May 4: Rozelle Webb of Liberal Chamber of Commerce, on recent ribbon cuttings and upcoming events, including Cinco de Mayo this weekend.

 

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of May 7 to 11, 2018.

Monday, May 7: Bill Hill, previewing Yellow Brick Road Car Show this weekend.

Tuesday, May 8: Matt Quint of Liberal Rec Dept., previewing summer activities.

Wednesday, May 9: Rena Cross of Crossroads Center, on Little Britches rodeo fundraiser for Crossroads this weekend.

Thursday, May 10: Norma Jean Dodge, on SCCC Business and Industry.

Friday, May 11: Jack Cooley of Liberal First Christian Church, on Drop and Dine event next Thursday.

 

 

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of May 14 to 18, 2018.

Monday, May 14: Phillip Lee of SCCC and Dean of Arts and Sciences Luke Dowell, on social work program, new intelligence program partnership with KU, and other offerings.

Tuesday, May 15: Chris Purdy of TCEC, on Co-op Connections events and the restored TCEC payment kiosk in Texhoma.

Wednesday, May 16: 480 Focus with Renae Hickert, reviewing the school year.

Thursday, May 17: Toni Smith of Baker Arts Center, on the recent From the Sky to the Ocean Floor events and on upcoming artist exhibits.

Friday, May 18: Royce Kitts of Liberal Memorial Library, on upcoming summer activities and schedules.

 

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of May 21 to 25, 2018.

Monday, May 21: Amira Coleman, on Wednesday fundraiser concert at Brookdale to send Wichita State musicians abroad to Italy.

Tuesday, May 22: Ronna Stump of Liberal Rec Dept. on summer schedule of activities.

Wednesday, May 23: Bob Keating of American Legion and Linda Decamp of Legion Auxiliary on Memorial Day.

Thursday, May 24: SCCC Cosmetology students on the school of cosmetology.

Friday, May 25: Alisha Owens of Hugoton Chamber of Commerce and Jan Leonard, on historical discoveries in Hugoton linked to Bonnie and Clyde.

 

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of May 28 to June 1, 2018.

Monday, May 28: No program on Memorial Day today.

Tuesday, May 29: Liberal historian Lidia Hook Gray, on the history of area cemeteries.

Wednesday, May 30: Amber Dietrick of Seward County Extension, on Summer Fun Thursdays for children and youth.

Thursday, May 31: (prerecorded) Kansas gubernatorial candidate Ken Selzer, with his newly announced running mate Jen Sanderson.

Friday, June 1: Toni Smith of Baker Arts Center, on current and future exhibits and events, including the membership appreciation event June 9.

 

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