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Tuesday, March 4th
Bangor Housing Community Center, 161 Davis Road
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Dr. Kit Powers a cardiologist from Eastern Maine Medical Center was in for this week’s Senior Spotlight to talk to us about heart diesease.
Bobbie Fowler was in from the Old Town Animal Orphanage with a furry friend for us to meet.
If you are interested in adopting a pet, the orphanage is open Monday through Friday 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Patients who need help managing their diabetes can find it in a support group in Bangor.
The St. Joseph Diabetes and Nutrition Center puts on the free program.
The group meets the first Wednesday of the month in March, April, May, September, October and November.
Christina Parrish, the President of Purple Iris Foundation and Amy Burgoine, part of the entertainment for the Mardi Gras Fundraiser that is to raise funds for the Purple Iris Foundation.
All this week on the morning show, we’ve been taking a closer look at school choices in Maine.
Friday morning, we wrap up with words from the Maine Education Commissioner, James Rier.
Tracey Marceron from Between Friends Art Studio in Brewer, showed Wayne how to make a mosaic project. For more information on the craft Tracey did Thursday morning you can visit her website at www.nextgenerationtheatre.com
The choice to homeschool in Maine was the subject of Thursday’s school choice week long series on the morning show.
Ed green is the President of Homeschoolers of Maine
Sometimes we use terms that must seem like lingo, unknown terminology, to folks who may not understand what is meant. We want everyone to feel included in this conversation so we will have back-to-basic sessions once in a while to explain concepts.
Stan Marshall, an AARP Tax-Aide Counselor, was in for this week’s Senior Spotlight to talk to us about the AARP Foundation’s Tax-Aide program that offers free income tax preparation services to low and moderate income taxpayers of any age.
We continue our week long look at school choices in Maine.
Wednesday we talked about independent schools
Douglas Cummings, is the Executive Director of Independent Schools Association of Northern New England.
To meet this week’s pets, or to check out what’s going on over at the Bangor Humane Society click, or log on to bangorhumane.org
The TV 5 Morning Show is using school vacation week to take a closer look at school choices in Maine.
Tuesday we talked about charter schools, in 2011, Maine became the 41st state to allow them.
The TV 5 morning show is taking school vacation week to take a closer, look at school choices in Maine.
Monday we started with public school, we spoke with Lois Kilby-Chesley, who is the President of the Maine Education Association.