Bernadette Miller, a licensed clinical professional counselor with St. Peter's Health, opens the show. We get tips on how to maintain or regain our mental health during a trying time. Then, we close with COVID-19 information from Lewis and Clark County Public Health officer Drenda Niemann.
LaDawn Whiteside opens the show talking about the Montana Mediation Association and how they can help during the coronavirus pandemic, and then Hannah Stiff shares news from the Better Business Bureau about employment and puppy scams.
Disaster and Emergency Services Coordinator Reese Martin tells us about how his department has been involved with the COVID-19 pandemic and then preps up on flood season. We finish by chatting with Krys Holmes from the Myrna Loy, and she shares what's been happening there and what's ahead for some gatherings.
Tova Reddick-Starkel opens the final show of the week to fill us in on what the East Helena Out of the Darkness Walk will look like this year in a virtual format. We end the show and the week speaking to the John McLaughlin, the Helena market president of Stockman Bank. He tells us just what the bank has done to help out small businesses amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Congressman Greg Gianforte joins the show to fill us in on measures being taken to help Montanans during the COVID-19 pandemic. We then chat with Diana Hammer about the history of Earth Day and just what the city of Helena is doing on the 50th anniversary.
We open the show with an update on the Lewis and Clark Library, and then we take a look at what's being done during the shelter-in-place order when it comes to our older Helenans. Specifically, we dive into Meals on Wheels and grocery shopping assistance with the good folks at AARP and the RMDC.