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.
On Monday’s I Love My Pet, meet Salem.
Salem belongs to Tammy.
He is very speical to his owner, he was rescued along with his mother and brother.
Salem goes everywhere with Tammy.
Jim Fernald from Brookings Smith Funeral Home was in for this week’s Senior Watch to talk about pre-planning funerals and why it’s so important for families.
For this weeks Abby’s Kitchen Bytes, Abby Freethy, showed Wayne how to make a delicious penne pasta with duck. If you have any questions for Abby about this segment or you would like to know how to make the dish, you can email her at email@example.com.
Earlier this week, TV5′s Terry Stackhouse took on the Nite Show’s Dan Cashman in a burger battle.
Neither finished, but that’s not the point.
George Hale is here with his take on eating competitions.
Next Generation Theatre in Brewer puts teens in the driver’s seat of full production plays, from cast to direction. Two of the young directors, Stephanie Colavito and Laura Gordon were in the studio Friday talking to Joy about the production process as well as some of their upcoming performances.
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Dietitian Mary Lavanway was in for this week’s Wellness Wednesday, showing us how to make a salad swap. Where you swap an entree for a salad and save lots of calories. With this salad swap Mary did a twist on a grilled cheese sandwich.
Vicki Haskell was in the kitchen with Joy Wednesday for this week’s Senior Spotlight. She mentioned a fundraiser on Thursday at Applebee’s from 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM. Simply meet Vicki in the parking lot of the Bangor K-Mart to recieve a flyer, then bring the flyer to Applebee’s, and they will donate 15% of your bill to Meals on Wheels.
MJ Ball was here on Wednesday to promote a golf outing put on by Fields4Kids that will be happening on Friday, July 11th.
Fields4Kids is an organization aimed at building indoor sports fields to give local children a place to play soccer, football, or whatever outdoor activity, all year long.
High Stress and Poor Health: Breaking the Negative Cycle
Healthy Living – July 8th, 2014
Dr. David Prescott – Acadia Hospital
The High Stress/Poor Health Negative Cycle: New research from the Harvard School of Public Health, Robert Woods Johnson Foundation, and National Public Radio, point out the strong relationship between stress and chronic illness. Public health experts and medical researchers have long known that life stress increases people’s risk for heart disease, obesity, and other health problems. However, experts are now noting that coping with a chronic illness, either having the illness yourself, or caring for a family member with a chronic illness, brings on more stress.
Summer means kids in business!
Deb Neuman has some tips to help your kids have a summer business:
1. Let them pick the business!
2. Help them make a business “plan”
Marion Syverson was in for this week’s Finance is Fun to tell us about how, research has shown that in general there are gender differences in how men and women behave in investing. Marion examined some of them so we can learn our strengths – and weaknesses.
Kristin Harmon was in the studio again for this week’s Pet of the Week. This time, she brought a one year-old shepard/pit bull mix named Gustav. Gustav is a very active male dog with the potential to do well with other dogs and cats. He is very well trained and well-mannered, but Kristin recommends Gustav for a home with children at least in their teens, as he is still very much a puppy and can play a little rough at times for young children.
Sandy Leonard from Penquis Child Development Department was in to talk about new slots available for infants and toddlers in the Early Head Start program in the Dover-Foxcroft and Howland area.