We check in with Byron at the Civic Center to touch on all the events they have coming up on a busy calendar, and we chat with Hannah Stiff from the Better Business Bureau about just how scammers are working to steal your money.
Liz Flynn and Carrie Krepps fill us in on just what's happening at Florence Crittenton, and give us the low-down on the upcoming Paint the Town Pink. We also get to give Liz a bit of a Spice Girls surprise, and we even find out the best tool to get rid of that pesky dog hair on your clothes!
Helena native Gus Chancy was a standout athlete at Capital High School, and spent some time at Carroll. But now he's chasing his music dream and is managing a group called Kids America. Based in Salt Lake City, these kids have a sound much older than their years, and they were an awful lot of fun to chat with, too.
Montana VA Spokesman Patrick Hutchison, acting chief of staff Paul Harmon, and suicide prevention coordinator Juliana Hollows
Montana VA Spokesman Patrick Hutchison and acting chief of staff Paul Harmon join us to talk about the state of the Montana VA and discuss some of the projects ongoing and upcoming at Fort Harrison, including the creation of 42 housing units for homeless veterans. Suicide prevention coordinator Juliana Hollows takes center stage during our final segment, discussing the problem of suicide among our state's veterans and shares some resources to help.
Alison Munson (United Way), Michael O’Neil (Helena Housing Authority), and Haylie Wisemiller (St. Peter’s Health); and Clinical dietitian Jennifer Colegrove and intern Danielle Tainer
Alison Munson (United Way), Michael O’Neil (Helena Housing Authority) and Haylie Wisemiller (St. Peter’s Health) team up to talk about housing as health care, and some new studies and plans going forward. Then clinical dietitian Jennifer Colegrove and intern Danielle Tainer finish us out with ways to get and stay healthy ... and they may or may not give me permission to eat a donut a day.
Lindsay Brogan with the American Business Women’s Association; Patricia Spencer with Lewis and Clark Library
Lindsay Brogan with the American Business Women's Association stops by to fill us in on that organization, and to ask listeners for their nominations ahead of the 2019 Salute to Women Awards Luncheon. Patricia Spencer with Lewis and Clark Library finishes out the show, letting us in on all that's happening at the library, including an upcoming presentation on how to get your book published and a suspension of fines during the partial government shutdown.
Helena Symphony Orchestra maestro Allan Scott; and Lewis and Clark County Sheriff/Coroner Leo Dutton
Helena Symphony Orchestra maestro Allan Scott stops by to fill us in on the weekend's performance, which will feature one of the world's best pianists, Claire Huangci; and Lewis and Clark County Sheriff/Coroner Leo Dutton shares with us information about their move to the new building downtown, the combination of the Sheriff and Coroner offices, and the low number of DUIs over the holidays.
Officer Eric Koeoster with the Helena Police Department stops by to share the details about the upcoming Sweetheart Passion Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Montana. Then to close out the show we chat with actors Tyler Redden and Alvero Freyre, who star in the upcoming Grandstreet Theatre production "The Book of Will," an incredible true story about a pair of William Shakespeare's friends who helped to protect and preserve the playwright's works after his death.