On this program the topic is TEACH Rwanda. Co-hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab interview the co-founders of this organization, Janet Brown and Cindy Grieshaber. The Country Director, James Iyamuremye, will also join us. TEACH Rwanda provides teacher education and children's enrichment to schools in Rwanda. Join us for an enlightening discussion about an area of the world many of us know too little about. (Original air date January 31, 2013.)
Can anyone really understand the trends in business and weather…or the impact of one upon the other? Join host Sally Handlon and her guests Bill Kirk, founder and CEO Weather Trends International and John McGran, Editor of LV Business, to hear what they have to say about 2012 trends and 2013 predictions for business, weather and the impacts of each other.
Bill Hansell has a remarkable history. He has held either elective or appointed positions at all levels of government, including advising local governments throughout the world. By definition, he is an expert. But he may be facing his most, uh, challenging position: Lehigh County Executive. Join Alan Jennings as he welcomes Bill Hansell to Lehigh Valley Discourse.
Host Sally Handlon welcomes Holly Edinger to the program to discuss Envision Lehigh Valley; a public outreach effort designed to engage the citizens of Northampton and Lehigh Counties to create a truly sustainable Lehigh Valley.
Listen and learn this week’s program as Charlene Donches Mowers, Executive Director, Bethlehem Museums and Sites discusses the changes occurring within the Historic Bethlehem Partnership and the exciting opportunities ahead – for the business community, for our residential community, and for 2012 holidays!
Hosts Steve Aaronson and John Pearce welcome the Voice of The Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs, Matt Provence, and Director of Promotions and Entertainment Lindsey Knupp. Join them for a lively discussion about the 2012 baseball season -- and a look ahead to 2013. You may even get an inside look at who will replace Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg as Iron Pigs manager next season.
Host John Pearce chats with guest Dr. Franklin Sherman about his book, Bridges: Documents of the Christian-Jewish Dialogue. Dr. Sherman is a scholar who has studied these documents since the end of WWII.