Host Eleanor Bobrow welcomes Warren County's Teacher of the Year 2014/2015 award recipient, Ann Marie Ball, to discuss Project Impact, her program which builds strong relationships between teachers, students, and community members to help organize community outreach programs. Joining Ann Marie Ball is Audra Churetta, a 13-year teacher at Andover Morris Elementary School and Susan Schweitzer a 22-year secretary at Freeman Elementary.
Host Laurie Siebert, CPA, CFP®, AEP®, welcomes Chris Martin, President and CEO of The Provident Bank, as they discuss the bank's move into the Lehigh Valley, their services, and The Provident Bank's annual business survey results. Laurie and Chris also take listener questions live on the air.
Actor and musician Todd Meredith speaks with WDIY's Neil Hever about reprising the role of Buddy Holly in the musical Buddy - the Buddy Holly Story which is coming to the Zoellner Arts Center in Bethlehem on Saturday, January 17, 2015.
Bethlehem's own Mark Will-Weber, author of the new book Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt: The Complete History of Presidential Drinking joins hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle to explore the fascinating historical connection between the American presidency and alcohol including the whiskey distilled by George Washington, the Prohibition-era cocktail parties at the White House, and the little-known role of drink in nuclear weapons negotiations.
On this special edition of Lehigh Valley Discourse, host John Pearce welcomes Marlene Merz to discuss the various Christmas customs that we practice as we celebrate the holiday season. With topics ranging from holiday music and gift giving to the history of old Saint Nick and even personal family traditions, John and Marlene invite you join them as they explore what Christmas really means.
On Galactic Travels, the Special Focus for January is Neuronium. Formed as a group in 1976, Neuronium has been the solo project of Michel Huygen since 1982 with the occasional collaboration. "Quasar 2C361," the first Neuronium album, was issued in 1978 on EMI-Harvest. There are now over forty albums.
Although we are in the midst of the "holiday cookie season," another cookie season will soon be under way - Girl Scout Cookie Season! Did you know that this annual event is considered to be the largest "girl run" business in the world? This week, we learn more about this 81-year tradition and the impact that it has made on past, current, and future women leaders.