Jane Skelton came in on Wednesday to talk with Joy about planning for retirement.
No 86% (313 VOTES)
Yes 14% (49 VOTES)
Total Votes: 362
In part one of this series, opponents of Common Core Standards took their turn voicing their concerns about the potential ramifications of implementing the educational standards in Maine.
By: Amy Movius MD
Becoming an organ donor isn’t a pleasant idea for anyone. It requires active consideration of our mortality and vulnerability to tragic events. However, it is a choice. Like most choices, it is best made with the benefit of accurate information.
Marion Syverson was in for this week’s Finance is Fun talking about seven possible sources of Retirement income.
Kristin Harmon was in on Tuesday to talk about this week’s Pet of the Week, Rusty.
No 65% (424 Votes)
Yes 35% (231 Votes)
655 Total votes
Maine lawmakers passed sweeping education reforms in 2010 without much fanfare.
In Monday’s I Love My Pet, are Petey Shadow and Honey Muffin.
Russ Van Arsdale stopped by the studio on Monday for this week’s Consumer Contact segment.
No 76% (507 Votes)
Yes 24% (159 Votes)
Total: 666 Votes
In Friday’s Noon Lunchbreak, Diana de los Santos from the SPCA of Hancock County were here with Melvin.
Amy Badger was in for this week’s Fitness Friday, teaching Joy and Wayne the correct form to do a crunch.
Vandalism 88% (417 Votes)
Art 12% (59 Votes)
Tracey Marceron from Between Friends Art Studio in Brewer, showed Joy how to take old corks from wine bottles and use them for a creative art project.
No 58% (250 VOTES)
Yes 42% (178 VOTES)
Jim Fernald from Brookings-Smith Funeral Home stopped by today to talk about cremation and what to expect when making the decision for it.
Joanna Russel, Executive Director of the Tri-County stopped in today to tell us about EPIC Maine, an event taking place Thursday, April 24th at Eastern Maine Community College.
No 92% (469 Votes)
Yes 8% (40 Votes)
Coming events for businesses!