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Tuesday, June 11, 2019: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation – Nancy Hadley

Morning Show hosts Julie Kallemeyn and Phil Hough sat down with Nancy Hadley from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to get an update and overview of the organization.


Wednesday, June 5, 2019: Membership week with guest from Sandpoint Community Resource Center, City of Sandpoint, and Bay Trail Fun Run.

Morning Show hosts Chris and Suzy helped kick off the KRFY Membership Drive with special community guests: Linnis Jellinek, executive director of the Sandpoint Community Resource Center, City of Sandpoint administrator Jennifer Stapleton and Mayor Shelby Rongstad, and folks from the Bay Trail Fun Run, Jean Vorhies and Judy Thompson. A morning full of interesting and informative conversation with community members from community organization.


Wednesday, May 29, 2019: Bay Trail Fun Run and Chafe 150 Gran Fondo

Listen here to the Wednesday edition of the Morning Show with Chris Bessler and Suzy Prez as they host interviews with Susan Drumheller and race director Jean Vorheis with the Bay Trail Fun Run, and a second interview with organizers of the Chafe 150 Gran Fondo.


May 28, 2019 Sandpoint Summer Camps: Part 2

Join KRFY Morning Show hosts Julie Kallemeyn and Phil Hough to learn about 3 more summer camps around Sandpoint. We hear from Julie McCallan of the Waldorf Summer Camp program, Dirk Darrow from Cocolalla Bible Camp, and Christine Heneise from Stages Summer Camp. With so many choices available to area kids, you won't want to miss this interview.


May 23, 2019: Kaniksu Land Trust

Cami Murray, representative of the Kaniksu Land Trust joins Jim and Jack to talk about the progress on the Pine Street Woods, the work of the Land Trust, and several upcoming events, including the "Take a Seat" Fundraiser on June 5.


Wednesday, May 22, 2019: High School Journalism, 3 O’Clock Rush, Farmin-Stidwell, Sylvia

Morning Show hosts Suzy Prez and Ryan Baumgartner welcomed three separate groups in for interviews today. First up was high school journalism teacher Will Love and student and new radio manager, Connor Bird. Ryan Baumgartner, current host of 3 O'Clock Rush was recognized for his outstanding contribution to the KRFY program offering with his show focused on great music and high school relevant interview. This show sparked the continuation of the high school presence on KRFY by integrating audio podcast into the high school curriculum. A second interview was with Farmin Stidwell - PIE or Partners in Education representative, Sarah Hansen about an upcoming fundraiser for school activities. A third interview was with the Cade Prophet Memorial Production director, Dorothy Prophet and actor Meredith Fields about the upcoming play SYLVIA.


May 21, 2019 Sandpoint Summer Camps: Part One

Join KRFY Tuesday Morning Show hosts Julie Kallemeyn and Phil Hough to learn about 3 exciting summer camps taking place in Sandpoint this summer. We invited Karin Wedemeyer, Executive Director, and Michelle Handy, music therapy instructor at the Sandpoint Music Conservatory, Dave Kretzschmar, Education Director for the Kaniksu Land Trust, and Tammy Campbell, Program Director for YMCA of the Inland Northwest. We learn about why camp is a great option for kids and three great summer camp opportunities,


May 16, 2019: Daybreak Center Fundraiser with Jerry Kramer

Ellen Weissman, Executive Director of Sandpoint Area Seniors, inc. and volunteer John Elsa join Jim and Jack to discuss an upcoming event with NFL Hall-of-Famer Jerry Kramer coming up on May 22nd. Plus, learn about the Daybreak Center and other details of SASi's work in the community.


Wednesday, May 15, 2019: Bonner General Health May Stroke Month & West Bonner County School District #83 Levy Vote

Morning Show hosts Chris and Suzy welcomed two groups today. First interview was with Alli Emch, Stroke Coordinator, and Robin Hanson, Marketing Specialist from Bonner General Health. They talked about signs of stroke, importance of early intervention and prevention. They also talked about the many outpatient programs and the new MRI machine at the hospital. A second interview with Sandra Brower, Board Chair, and Jennifer Anselmo, Business Manager with West Bonner County School District #83. They talked about the upcoming May 21 levy vote and what it means to the students, staff, and administration for District #83.


Wednesday, May 8, 2019: Bicycle Safety and High School Aerospace Program

Morning Show hosts Chris Bessler and Suzy Prez talked with Ben Olson, publisher of the Sandpoint Reader, and Charles Mortensen owner of Syringa Cyclery, about bike and car safety and the "rules of the road" that will help keep everyone safer. A second interview with Ken Larson, student Sophie Dignan, and parent Karen Dignan, from the North Idaho High School Aerospace Program was also presented.


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