Today we had Three Rivers, Covington Police, S.T.E.A.M., and Christwood.
Brad Schroeder came in to talk about Three Rivers, which is this weekend. This is probably the largest event on the Northshore. Find out more in the interview below.
Chief Culotta from the Covington Police Department came by. He wanted to promote a gold tournament that helps them give toys to kids at Christmas. We also talked about some other events. Hear him below.
Karen Gould is from JA of Slidell. Their S.T.E.A.M event isn’t until 2020 but they are planning for it now. Learn more about it in the interview below.
Scott Jones and Jennifer Buchholz stepped by to talk about At Your Service by Christwood. They have an event coming up this weekend to help promote the launch of AYS. Hear them in the interview below.
Q: 4 minutes, that’s how long this will typically last. What is it?
Winner: Parker Tuminello from Madisonville!
7:10 Kids Loot
Q: This is something that almost everyone has been tempted to take it apart at some point, but women are twice as likely as men to actually do it. What is it?
A: An Oreo
Winner: Chandler and Kaley
Robertson from Pearl River!
Q: About 1 in 5 people have never been here and don’t plan to go. Where is it?
A: A haunted house
Winner: Riley Saucier from Covington!
Q: Women are WAY m ore likely to complain about this body part than men are. What is it?
Winner: Missy Yeager from Covington!
Q: 4 out of 5 women say this is their biggest regret about their teen years. What?
Winner: Amanda Talavera from Slidell!