Weekdays: 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Town Talk is a one-hour local program will introduce you to local businesses, non-profit leaders and political figures who influence the Fredericksburg region every day.
The Marvelous Wonderettes thru July 11. Carson, Brittany, Sarah, Elizabeth and Sheri–along with Patrick Ahearn.
Info on the Empowerhouse fundraiser for a new HVAC system, Maltese Brewing is holding a Sunday event for Empowerhouse, and the Latina Support Services Coordinator. Guests: Ray Parrish, Jackie Oliveira and Kathy Harrigan.
Fredericksburg Parks, Recreation and Events Director Jane Shelhorse talks about her upcoming retirement and her time in the city. Joined at the end by Sonja Cantu, Kim Herbert and Brenda Martin.
Hiker Meegana Henry and April Peterson with River Rock Outfitter talk about how to prepare for a hike and options locally and in the region. Meegana is getting ready to hike the Pacific Crest Trail.
Fredericksburg Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO) Administrator and Transportation Planning Director Ian Ollis talks about a survey to identify shortcomings and suggest transportation improvements. The deadline is June 25th. fampo.gwregion.org
Stafford Juneteenth Celebration coordinator Pam Yeung talks about the event–it’s open to everyone. Saturday beginning at noon at Pratt Park. Closes with fireworks. In between, a day of celebration, fun, food, entertainment and history.
Bruce Davis-Special Assistant to the President and head of the Germanna Foundation and Dr. Shashuna Gray-V.P. for Academic Affairs and Workforce Development.
Germanna’s Coordinator of Dual Enrollment Lawana Burnett and students Sora Glover and Ashanti Freeman talk about where underserved high school students in the City and Spotsylvania complete an associate degree at Germanna along with a high school
Kelly Ashley and Karen Brace talk about the work of animal rehabilitators in the region. There’s a need for more–how you can get involved. awesomepossumz.com
Mary Chamberlin and Erin Perkins with the Rappahannock Area Health District with an update on the coronavirus and the availability and of the vaccine and testing. Vaccine myths and going forward.
Mike Zitz, Fred Jerman and Dennis Rapkins with an update on the start of the Sunshine Baseball League season on July 10. Registration deadline is this Saturday–the 12th. Talk about the impact of Sunshine Baseball. It’s more
Dr. Coggins talks about Physical Medicine and the work she does for cancer and stroke patients.
Special Olympics Virginia President Rick Jeffrey previews Torch Run Week. It’s virtual for all of us! An update on what’s ahead.
We talk with Will Janney–who records under the name JANNEY
Central Rappahannock Regional Library Youth Services Coordinator Darcie Caswell with an update on the Summer Reading Program, LinkedIn Learning and the second floor work being done at the downtown branch.
Kelly Shannon and Andie McConnell talk about the various ways FGP eases the burden on families facing pediatric cancer. It’s FGP Giving Day. The importance your gift makes.
Brent Hunsinger and Adam Lynch talk about their work on the river. Topics include the River Ambassadors program, the river safety partnership (Respect the Rapp), their favorite areas of the river watershed and upcoming Friends of the
Bookstore manager Deane Collie and Chief Historian John Hennessy on how choosing merchandise has changed in recent years. The importance of buying local. Park reopening update.
Legal Aid Works Executive Director Ann Kloeckner talks about grant money providing for nine new people and what that means for daily operations. Update on a class action lawsuit against the Virginia Employment Commission and the eviction
Habitat of Caroline’s Jason Tickle with an update: Five homes being built in Caroline. You might qualify for the USDA’s Rural Development program. A partnership with the Community Foundation. Lots of volunteer opportunities.
Anne Darron with Washington Heritage Museums and Scott Harris with the University of Mary Washington Museums talk about how the pandemic and social unrest has impacted them–and what the future looks like.
Barry Moore with the Better Business Bureau of Central Virginia talks with us about the most common scams that impact the military, veterans and their families.
Dr. David Rettinger from UMW, David Caprara with the Fredericksburg-Nepal Exchange Board, and Scott DeLisi-former American Ambassador to Nepal talk about rising COVID in the country and how the region is responding. engagenapal.org
Rappahannock United Way’s Janel Donohue talks about their just concluded tax help program and how many people they assisted during the pandemic. Info on thanking essential workers and the impact COVID had on this area.
Dave the Computer Guy with Techs in the Burg in downtown Fredericksburg talks about virus protection, protecting your home or work PC from being hijacked and held for ransom and what’s best–5g or 2.4 wifi signals.