Stacey Coventry from the Bangor Humane Society was in the studio Tuesday, introducing Wayne to this week’s Pet of the Week: Schooner.
Schooner is a five year-old male hound mix that has already been neutered and is ready to be picked up today for an adoption fee of $100. Schooner is a bit of a selfish pup, so although he loves socializing with other dogs outside of the house, Stacey recommended a home in which he will be the only dog living there. She also does not rule out houses with cats or children, but says to use caution, and perhaps bring the entire family if you plan to come in to meet Schooner.
Russ Van Arsdale was in the studio Monday for this week’s Consumer Contact. This week he spoke to Joy about rules followed by heating companies that you should know now that the heating season has once again began. The rules are in effect from October 15 – April 30th.
Yes 39% (340 Votes)
I never lost power 38% (332 Votes)
Kitchen Bytes’ star Abby Freethy, the Northwoods Gourmet Girl, was on the kitchen set Friday with her past mentor Katherine Polenz, a professor at the Culinary Institute of America, talking about the upcoming Maine Harvest Festival in Bangor this weekend. Abby and Katherine will both be featured in the Harvest Festival and came on the TV-5 Morning Show to give Wayne and Joy a taste of some of the things they may see there.
Josiah Hartley from LA Training was back in the studio Friday for this week’s Fitness Friday. This week he was giving Wayne and Joy pointers on the proper form and technique to do lunges, a strong core workout that can be done at any time when you have a few seconds to spare.
The annual Maine Harvest Festival is coming up this weekend and we featured a guest of the festival on the TV-5 Morning Show Thursday. Jodi Clayton is the owner and artisan for One Lupine Fiber Arts in Bangor.
Amy Kenney from St. Joseph Healthcare was in the studio Wednesday for this week’s Senior Spotlight. Amy was speaking to Joy about shovel and snow safety. After being hit by such a large, surprising storm, with such heavy and wet snow, it can be easy to be caught unprepared and receive an injury caused by improper snow removal.
Best Candidate 61% (686 Votes)
“Lesser of two evils” 39% (442 Votes)
Total: 1,128 Votes
Nicole Robinson, executive director of Sebasticook Valley Chamber of Commerce, and George Lougee were on the morning show Thursday speaking to Joy about their upcoming “Sparkle” fundraiser. The event is coming up Saturday, November 8th at St. Martin’s Hall in Palmyra, and will run from 6:00 – 10:00 PM. It will feature hors d’oeurves, a cash bar, live and silent auctions and dancing.
Allergist Paul Shapero was in the studio Wednesday for this week’s Senior Spotlight. He was speaking to Wayne about COPD, or Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
For more information, you can call Paul at his office, 947-8658.
Eva Szillery was in the studio Wednesday talking to Joy about some big upcoming math initiatives in the area.
First, the American Mathematics Competitions will be offered nationwide on November 18th. In Maine, students aged eight to fourteen and a half may register for free and participate at either EMCC in Bangor, Bowdoin College in Brunswick, or at UMPI in Presque Isle. For more information on the nationwide competition, visit the website below: