Jennifer told us all about At Your Service at Christwood. This is a way for people to stay in their homes and remain as independent as possible. Every individual is unique and so are their plans for each individual. Hear here explain it below.
Don Shea wanted to talk about job numbers both statewide and nationally. He also said he hopes the Feds come with some type of aid package soon. And he talked about Tri-Parish Works and what they can do to help.
Slidell Mayor Greg Cromer spoke about the work they did over the weekend preparing for the possible arrivals of Marco and Laura. Hear him explain it in the interview below.
Parish President Cooper spoke about the preparations they made to get ready for any potential impacts. He also asked people to be COVID aware as we went through this time.
Anna from the St Tammany Tourist Commission brought along Jan from the English Tea Room to talk about this latest effort to promote local restaurants, hotels and attractions on the Northshore. Hear them explain how it works in the interview below.
Chris Masingill continued his work on behalf of current and future business owners on the Northshore. Chris went through some stats they have complied about the impact of COVID on local businesses and he found some good news in the numbers. (And some tough news too.) Hear him below.
Dr Catherine Wilbert is a tireless advocate for animals. The CATNIP Foundation is a program of Big Sky Ranch devoted to animal welfare in St. Tammany Parish and south Louisiana through programs that reduce the unnecessary killing of animals in shelters and improve quality of life for animals and their people, indoors and out. Hear her below.
Jacob from The Exchange Club brought in Cleveland Wester, the new President and CEO of Youth Service Bureau. We learned about Cleveland’s background and what he’s doing with YSB. And we talked Ultimate Tailgate, which is tomorrow. Hear them in the interview below.
Parish President Cooper called in to talk about weather and COVID. He urged people to prepare now should the weather turn bad later, and he reminded us that our hurricane prep needs to take the virus into account. Hear him below.
Here were today’s questions. Congratulations to all the winners! 6:40 Q – 13% of workers will do this at work and regret it? A – Eat something from the vending machine! Winner – Liz Bailey from Kiln, MS! 7:10 Q – 12% of people say they did this for the first time during the COVID-19…