Josiah Hartley from Bangor’s LA Training was on the interview set for this week’s Fitness Friday, speaking to Wayne about the benefits of regular exercise. Josiah says working out releases endorphins into the brain that allow for a big stress relief, better sleep, and that general “good” feeling you get after a solid workout.
Sherry French, organizer of Dover-Foxcroft’s Fall BOO-Nanza was in the studio Thursday speaking to Joy about the upcoming Halloween Day event. Joy seemed preoccupied by something going on in the background, but Sherry wanted to get word out that the event starts at 4:30 PM on Friday, October 31st, and has different events going on all night long.
A Superior Court Justice ruled members of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife may appear in campaign commercials about referendum Question 1.
According to court documents the group ‘Mainers for Fair Bear Hunting’ argued the Department was using illegal campaign activity against Question 1.
State Director Lori Parham and Director of Outreach Japhet Els were in the studio Wednesday for this week’s Senior Spotlight segment. With the election coming up quickly, the two were on the interview set talking to Wayne about their nationwide voter engagement tour.
Amber Lambke, President of Somerset Grist Mill, was in the studio Wednesday talking to Joy about her transformation of turning a prison into a functioning and successful grist mill, as well as sharing some ideas of what to do with those grains afterwards. Amber Lambke is a succesful entrepreneur who uses her product in multiple Farmer’s Markets around the area
Registered nurses in the Bangor area have scheduled a press conference for Tuesday morning.
They’re demanding President Obama and Congress take immediate steps to guarantee the safety of healthcare employees when it comes to the Ebola virus.
For this week Kitchen Bytes, Abby Freethy showed Joy how to make a fresh and organic butternut squash soup. 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.
Linda Boyle with Pathfinders was in the studio Friday morning, talking to Joy about the 9th Annual Celebrity Dessert and Auction.
The Celebrity Dessert and Auction is tonight from 5:45 PM – 8:30 PM at Rangeley Hall on the Eastern Maine Community College campus. Tickets are $15 and benefit Hospice of Eastern Maine and Pathfinders: Support for Grieving Children.
Lacey Joseph and Luke Duplessis from Boomhouse Restaurant in Old Town were in the kitchen with Todd Friday morning, talking about the 9th Annual Celebrity Dessert and Auction, and teaching him how to make their maple bacon cheesecake, which will be featured at the dessert galla.
Dave Gauvin, President of the Penobscot Valley Ski Club was in the studio Thursday talking to Joy about the Annual Ski Sale coming up on Saturday, October 18th. The sale runs from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM at the Bangor Parks & Rec building, at 647 Main St.
Julie Bartlett from Frank’s Bake Shop was in the kitchen Thursday morning, talking to Joy about the 9th Annual Celebrity Dessert and Auction, and teaching her how to make lemon tarts, which she will be featuring at the dessert galla.
Jason Moore, Liasison for Gentiva Clinical Transition was in the studio Wednesday for this week’s Senior Spotlight talking about Gentiva’s new Memory Care program.
State Farm Agent Bill Tisdale teamed up with Cavan Hagerty, Vice President of Bangor High School’s Student Council Wednesday morning to talk about the Celebrate My Drive event. Bangor High School is competing for prizes including grants of up to $100,000 in the campaign aimed to educate teens on the dangers of distracted driving.