Don Shea spoke about local and national job numbers. He explained what he sees as one potential benefit that might come out of this locally. And he told us about their job training. Hear him below.
Christina came in with Chef Robert Vasquez to talk about all the great local businesses participating in the Tammany Taste of Summer event. Hear them explain it in the interview below.
We had not gotten to see our friend Miranda for quite some time so we were glad to get her back in the studio. Hear her talk about Hospice House in the interview below.
Caitlin gave us lots of information about skin care while wearing masks. She talked about products that can help our skin, practices that can make masks as easy as possible, and a few other tricks to keep our skin healthy at this time. Hear her below.
Michelle explained what their non-profit does and how people can help. She said they have been especially hard hit since the pandemic began. Learn more about them in the interview below.
Leslie Kelt’s job at the hospital is to prevent infection, so obviously she’s been exceptionally busy the last four months. She gave us the latest on what is known about preventing the virus and other tips for being safe. Hear her in the interview below.
Parish President Cooper spoke today about COVID, the new order from Governor Edwards, the importance of masks, and COVID fatigue. Hear him in the interview below.
Margaret announced this morning that the Honey Baked Northshore family will be consolidating to their Covington store. They said they have loved their time in Mandeville but said the Covington location is large enough to do what both stores can. They plan to be out of the Mandeville location by the middle of the month.
These two wanted to talk about Women Build, which is going on now. They said involvement has been good but they are still looking for volunteers to help them with two houses they are building in Mandeville. Hear about it in the interview below.
Lisl and Kristin came in to talk about the ongoing raffle for diamond earrings for New Heights Therapeutic Riding Center. The tickets are only $25 each and all proceeds benefit the non-profit. Find out more in the interview below.