Daniel Hamauei from The Rusty Pelican and Neal Clark from Nations Mortgage come in today to tell us about their efforts to help with Hope House. Hear them below.
Don Shea from Tri-Parish Works updated local and national job numbers with us and shared his perspective on where we are. Hear him below.
Dr Jennifer Daly talked about the partnerships that exist between St Tammany Health System and Ochsner Health System. Hear her talk about the importance of breast cancer screenings and also share an incredible story about her daughter’s battle against COVID.
Sarah came to see us to talk about a prayer breakfast for women coming up this week. This is a free event but you have to register. Hear her below.
6:40 Q: On a weekday, you’ll use 3 or 4 different ones. On weekends it’s closer to 6 per day. What is it? A: Cups/mugs Winner: Quinn Ordone from Mandeville! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: Nobody wants one, but the average American kid will get at least 20 of these a year. Kids get even more…
Erica Kelt came in to talk about the importance of screenings, in particular for breast cancer given that this is breast cancer awareness month. Hear her below.
A crowd came in from St Tammany Health System to talk about their Monster Mash. Melanie, Tim, Paul and Shelli all invited people to try out the drive through version of the annual event. Hear them below.
Ellen Creel is a candidate for judge and she talked about what she brings to the race that makes her the best candidate for the job.
Amy Bouton talked to us about a few things happening with parish government. Hear her below.
Vincent Wynne is a candidate for St. Tammany and Washington Parishes District Attorney. He joined us today to introduce himself to the listeners and offer why he believes he is the best candidate for the job.