6:40 Q: About 1 in 10 people don’t know this about themselves. What? A: Their birthday Winner: Liz Bailey from the Kiln! 7:10 Kids Loot Q: The average kid between 6 and 16 will do this 3 times in the next 6 months. What? A: Stay home sick from school Winner: No Winner! 7:40 Q:…
Sarada came in to tell us about her grandsons, who were born early, and one of them has needed blood transfusions. Liz talked about the shortage of blood right now, and a blood drive Saturday from 10-2 at the Covington Trailhead, in the name of Asher. Find out more in the interview below.
Paullette and Courtney came in to talk about a political rally where they invited all candidates to come speak and then hang around to talk with constituents. It is happening Saturday on the Mandeville lakefront.
Chris Masingill talked about a new website and product they are promoting for business and political leaders to use to gauge economic activity and success in St Tammany. Hear him below. View the new website HERE.
Vieta Collins talked to us about Delta College, all the classes they are offering right now and their virtual open house process where you can see all about them from wherever you are. Hear her below.
6:40 Q: Studies suggest that coffee will taste better if you _______. What? A: Drink it from your favorite mug Winner: No Winner! 7:10 Kids Loot and 7:40 Q: Moms are 50% more likely to do this to their kids than dads and it makes the kids mad. What is it? A: Steal/borrow money from…
These two stopped by to introduce their business, Vantage Health Plans, to our listeners. There are some important dates coming up that might be important if this plan applies to you.
Tina wanted to explain how the Milkshakers are working to help Safe Harbor with an event they have coming up. Hear her explain in the interview below.
Robin Gitz is the Director of the Women’s Pavilion at St Tammany Health System. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month she stopped by to remind women to get their screenings.
Parish President Mike Cooper talked about his Comprehensive Plan, which will be a long project to change the way the parish looks at development, flooding and more. Hear him cover that and other issues in the interview below.