Tracie Kenyon, the President and CEO of Montana’s Credit Unions, opens the show. She explains how scammers are trying to get our money amid the COVID-19 pandemic, especially now with payments from the federal government starting to arrive. We finish by chatting with Rachel Supalla, the Chief Executive Officer at Discovery Kidzone, about how early childhood and childcare is being impacted.
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Kara Tangedal is the 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent for Lewis and Clark County. She fills us in on what's happening with 4-H in this new, virtual environment. Then Robert Worthy, the general manager of Sodexo School Services for Helena Public Schools, lets us know just how the process of feeding Helena's school kids works during the school closure.
Dr. Shelly Harkins, the chief medical officer at St. Peter's Health, fills us in on how the hospital is faring amid the coronavirus pandemic. We then chat with Christel Harrison, an occupational therapist, about how to avoid injury and how to stay active with so many people now working from home.
We start the show with Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, who fills us in on what the shelter-in-place order means, and also about things like price gouging and COVID-19 scams. Then we hear from the executive director of the United Way of the Lewis and Clark Area, Emily McVey. Her people are extremely busy, and we find out just what's going on amid the pandemic.
Lewis and Clark County Elections Supervisor Audrey McCue fills us in on changes in the upcoming elections to start the show. We finish with Deanna Johnson from Edge Marketing and Design, which has created a website to help connect people in need with people who might be able to help: CupOfSugar.app
Helena Fire Department Assistant Chief Mike Chambers shares the changes and challenges the department is facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We close with city commissioner Emily Dean, who shares the steps the city is taking to keep services running and Helena safe.