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Oya Oliver and LaToya Brown with the Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank talk about Kids on the Go-Summer Feeding. Also talk about the local needs, ways to volunteer and needs to donate food and funding. fredfood.org Subscribe:
Using the outdoors around us. Staying safe and using it responsibly. From River Rock Outfitter on Sophia Street: Meegana Henry, Keith Peterson, April Peterson. riverrockoutfitter.com Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
City Councilman Matt Kelly explains his lone vote against moving the slave auction block to the Fredericksburg Area Museum. Councilman Kelly also talks about area transportation and announces plans to run for re-election. Subscribe: iTunes |
Patrick Ahearn with The Riverside Center for the Performing Arts in Stafford. Wide ranging conversation about the current production (The Pirates of Penzance or the Rascals of the Rappahannock). Upcoming shows (South Pacific and Annie), behind the
The Fredericksburg Fredanthropist program. Bill Freehling and Clint Manning talk about businesses and individuals funding “wants” not in City Council’s budget. This year Fredanthropists are helping buid the roller-hockey-rink near the Dixon Park pool. Subscribe: iTunes
Virginia Railway Express CEO Doug Allen. Six Metro stations south of National Airport are closed for the summer. VRE may provide you with relief. Updates on a new long bridge, a new rail safety system and station
Sounds of Summer returns to Market Square and the Fredericksburg Area Museum. Melanie Johnson and Sara Poore. famva.org Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Dr. Arun Singh Chhabra-Medical Director and Staff Neurologist with the Mary Washington Hospital Primary Stroke Center. We talk about the risk factors and treatment for strokes in the region. stroke.mwhc.com Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Talking about history. Volunteering with history. Scott Walker and John Hennessy with an extended discussion about it. Also-a preview of History at Sunset. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Andie McConnell with the Fairy Godmother Project. Giving Day is June 5. It helps fund things like paying bills for families twice a year and gift cards. fairygodmotherproject.org Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Cooking Autism. More schools–some outside of Stafford–involved. A $1000 teacher scholarship available. April Burch and Kari George. cookingautism.org Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
The Central Rappahannock Regional Library’s Summer Reading program is back! We also talk about Express Checkouts and Kanopy streaming video. Rachel Placchetti is the Branch Manager at the Porter Branch and Craig Graziano is Youth Services Manager
Special Olympics Virginia Summer Games & the Law Enforcement Torch Run. Special Olympics Virginia President Rick Jeffrey and Stafford Sheriff David Decatur. A look at the impact Special Olympics has on law enforcement and an in-depth look
The Women’s Disc Golf Championship will be played at Loriella Park in September. The Spotsy Disc Golf Association is running this national tournament. Empowerhouse–is the local charity to benefit. Jeff Shattuck, Kristen Parsley and Kathy Anderson.
Taylor Landrie with Germanna Community College talks about the G3 program. Get Skilled. Get a Job. Give Back. Info@germanna.edu/G3 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Stafford County Schools. We talk about the past school year and what’s ahead. Sherrie Johnson and Dr. Scott Kizner. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
The Virginia Renaissance Faire at Lake Anna Winery. An update with Cornelia Rutherford and Jim Miller varf.org Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park Chief Historian John Hennessy on Memorial Day in Fredericksburg. Also, a name change for the Stonewall Jackson Shrine. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Sunshine Baseball League. Mike Zitz, City Councilman Chuck Frye and Dennis Rapkins. sunshinebaseball.net. Season opens July 1st. Deadline: June 10 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Sophia Street Pottery Throwdown preview. Trista Chapman and D.D. Lecky. June 8th, 10-5 in the 1100 block of Sophia Street. It’s free. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
The work of Brain Injury Services of Fredericksburg. Zachary Daniel and Lynda Allen. braininjurysvcs.org Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts: The Pirates of Penzance or the Rascals of the Rappahannock. May 22-July 7. Katherine Fly (Director) and Claire Leyden (Mabel). riversidedt.com 540-370-4300 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Austen’s Communitas 5K Brain Aneurysm Walk on September 28th. Preview with Ashley Rakes and Stacy Horner-Dunn. Info on Facebook: Communitas for Brain Aneurysm Awareness Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Jose Gonzalez and Steve Greiner talk about Links to Freedom–rehabilitation and golf for wounded warriors. There’s a golf tournament, the Freedom Cup, June 3, at Mount Vernon Country Club. linkstofreedom.org Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Meg Bohmke and Linda Millsaps talk about extensive work the George Washington Regional Commission provides to area localities. Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher