Broadcast Square audio archives June 21 to July 2, 2021

Brock Kappelmann - July 2, 2021 11:21 am

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of June 21 to 25, 2021.  Archives for June 28 to July 2 are also posted below.

Monday, June 21: Alisha Owens of Hugoton Chamber of Commerce, on Park Day July 3, High Plains Music Fest in September, and other events.

Tuesday, June 22: Allisha Highberger and Nick Charles of Southwest Med Center, on the sleep lab and employment opportunities.

Wednesday, June 23: Matt Quint of Liberal Rec Dept., on Saturday’s Sandlot event and other activities and signups.

Thursday, June 24: Darin Workman of SCCC, on its July 14 teacher academy in partnership with KSU.

Friday, June 25: Ron Honig of Wild West District Extension of Stevens County, on lawn and tree care, and on the upcoming county fair season.

 

You can listen to archived Broadcast Square audio from the week of June 28 to July 2, 2021.

Monday, June 28: Randy Altman of Liberal Senior Center, on available senior services and on his recent naming to the USBC bowling coaching hall of fame.

Tuesday, June 29: Doug Knudsen and Janine Varnes of Fellowship Baptist Church, on its K-12 academy and its Little Learners preschool.

Wednesday, June 30: Madelyn Sander of SCCC Drama and Rainbow Players, on the Best of Rainbow Players musical theater revue July 8 to 10.

Thursday, July 1: Bambi Fulton of Stepping Stone homeless shelter, on ongoing efforts to ready the Lincoln Street facilities for services.

Friday, July 2: Kansas gubernatorial candidate Jeff Colyer, MD, on his candidacy and issues facing Kansas.

 

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