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April 23, 2019 Spring Birding and Idaho GIves

Join Tuesday KRFY Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn for two timely interviews. First we hear from Brian Baxter, wildlife instructor, Silver Cloud Associates with an update on the Spring changes happening in our local bird populations. Then we change gears to learn about Idaho Gives, May 2, 2019. Dennison Webb, Executive Director of Selkirk Outdoor Leadership and Education and Mandy Evans, Executive DIrector of the Panhandle Animal Shelter explain the benefits of using this online donation day to give to Idaho non-profits.


Thursday, April 18, 2019: Festival at Sandpoint

Morning Show hosts Jack and Jim, visited with Dyno Wahl, executive director of the Festival at Sandpoint. They talked about the upcoming Festival Wine fundraiser, and the Festival summer line-up.


Wednesday, April 17, 2019: High School students and teacher showcasing Chasing Coral – Interview with David Barsamian

The Wednesday edition of the Morning Show included a live interview with high school students - Freddy Libby and Wyatt Waud along with their science teacher, John Hastings. They talked about the importance of science in solving climate change along with the status of ocean coral and the upcoming award winning movie - Chasing Coral. A second recorded interview with David Barsamian, the host of the nationally syndicated radio show, Alternative Radio, was included.


April 16, 2019 Earth Week: Sandpoint 6th graders and Pend Oreille Waterkeepers

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn for two conversations about Earth Day activities. First we talk with 6th grade teacher Ann Dickenson and two of her students - Payton Polhemus and Gavan Miles. The Washington Elementary 6th grade class participated in a "Design for Change" project. Their recycling project is award winning and will take them to Rome, Italy later this year. Our second guest, Sharon Bosley from Pend Oreille Waterkeepers offers details for the annual Sand Creek Clean-up on April 20th. Sharon also gives us an update on Waterkeeper's monitoring projects and other upcoming events.


April 11, 2019: Murder Mystery Gala

Michelle Murphree and Ken Wood from Food For Our Children and Sandpoint Rotary join Jim and Jack to talk about the organizations and the upcoming Murder Mystery Gala coming up on May 4.


Wednesday, April 10, 2019: Earth Week news – 3/4 Minus Cykeltur gravel ride

Morning Show hosts Chris and Suzy sat down with Mike Bauer from the East Bonner County Library to get a run down on all the upcoming Earth Week activities. A second interview with Jason Meshberg and Charles Mortensen from Syringa Cyclery and Pend Oreille Pedalers, organizers of the upcoming 3/4 Minus Cykeltur - a gravel ride.


April 9, 2019 Idaho Trails Association with president Tom Dabrowski

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Phil Hough and Julie Kallemeyn in a lively discussion with Tom Dabrowski, President of the Idaho Trails Association. Tom describes the organization, its impressive growth, and the many opportunities available to meet fellow hikers, learn new trails, and improve recreation in the Panhandle and across the state.


April 4, 2019: U of I Nonprofit Leadership

Bob Over, Director of the University of Idaho Nonprofit Leadership Program, and Shery Meekings, Executive Director of Creations on the Cedar Street Bridge join Jim and Jack to talk about the ongoing course in Nonprofit Leadership at the U of I and the upcoming seminar in Sandpoint focusing on Board development.


Wednesday, April 3: Community Garden and Farmer’s Market

Morning Show hosts Chris and Suzy sat down with Pat Wentworth from the Sandpoint Community Garden, and Emma Stanford from the Farmers' Market at Sandpoint for a chat about the upcoming gardening season and these community garden organizations.


April 2, 2019 Bonner County Gardeners Association and School/Community Gardens

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Julie Kallemeyn and Phil Hough to learn from Manuela Eiring about everything happening with the Bonner County Gardeners Association. MIchele Murphree offers a great update on the school garden program and all the new community gardens happening in our area. It will put you in the mood to get your hands hands dirty!


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