Broadcast Square audio archives first two weeks of March 2020

Brock Kappelmann - March 13, 2020 8:01 pm

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of March 2 to 6, 2020.

Monday, March 2: Carter Kruger of Liberal HS, on non-athletic activities, with the goal of one hundred percent student involvement.

Tuesday, March 3: Peggy McCulley and Traci Kirk of Mid America Air Museum, on this Saturday’s Lego League robotics tournament hosting nearly 40 teams.

Wednesday, March 4: 480 Focus with Louisa Gonzalez and Larry Moore of Prairieview School, and Jon Schneider of Sunflower School.

Thursday, March 5: Rozelle Webb of Liberal Chamber of Commerce, on local tax expenditures, upcoming ribbon cuttings, and the Chamber Bash March 14.

Friday, March 6: Miss Teen Liberal Yazmin Carrasco and Miss Liberal Latina Haley Lujan, on their pageant experiences and on their platforms of, respectively, Reading Across America and helping the March of Dimes.

 

 

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of March 9 to 13, 2020.

Monday, March 9: Mike Bailey of SCCC Outreach, on Dual and Concurrent Classes available in area high schools serving more than 400 students.

Tuesday, March 10: Eli Svaty of Seward County Development Corporation, on economic opportunities and on youth economic education.

Wednesday, March 11: Ronna Stump of Liberal Rec Dept., on the Leprechaun Challenge March 14 and on moving into the South School site.

Thursday, March 12: Phil Lee and Cassandra Norin of SCCC, looking ahead to the second half of the semester.

Friday, March 13: Kat Baalmann of Baker Arts Center, on her new directorship and on the planned upcoming Steins and Vines fundraiser March 20.

 

 

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