Hannah Stiff with the Better Business Bureau starts us off talking about back to school and tips to protect the identity of our children. And we close with Leah Norberg, who is behind the push to install a new, inclusive playground in the North Valley.
Jeff and James Buscher with the Zero to Five Initiative stop by the studio to fill us in on just what that is, who it's for, and what the hopes and goals of that program really are.
There are a pair of fantastic events coming up this weekend! On Sunday, you can bring your dog down to the Last Chance Splash pool to take a few laps. The day before, on Saturday, you can stop by Van's Thriftway and help them raise funds to put wheelchair swings in a few of our city parks.
Vice President of the St. Peter's Medical Group, Brian Lee, joins our new orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jeffrey Dickson to start the show. Closing us out: Nurse practitioner and lactation consultant Melissa Zimmerman, and physical therapist Angie Robertson.
Members of Helena's Fusion Robotics team stop by to chat about their recent experiences at the World Championships and other competitions, and let us know about their need for a new meeting space in the near future. Lewis and Clark County Commissioner Andy Hunthausen closes out the show, sharing the latest happenings with flood preparedness and mitigation, the detention center upgrades, and more.
Lewis and Clark Library Director John Finn fills us in on the happenings at the library, including Thursday's outdoor showing of The Goonies and upcoming construction news. Closing out the show is Helena Public Schools Superintendent Tyler Ream, getting us ready for the start of a new school year and the opening of three new schools.
Helena City Comissioner Ed Noonan discusses the potential shift in oversight of the Helena Civic Center, and Rebecca Connors closes the show with information about this weekend's hazardous waste disposal event.