Today we are hearing from Patience Williams!
Diana Kinney discusses the NW New Mexico First Born program, which offers services and resources for new parents.
First Born is sponsoring a child safety seat check on September 29, 2018 at San Juan Plaza North (near Hobby Lobby).
San Juan College Community Learning Center and ENCORE program Director Liesl Dees discusses some of the classes, field trips and other opportunities being offered this Fall.
San Juan County Operations Manager Mike Stark appears with San Juan United Way Executive Director Cathryn Abeyta and Development Director Jennifer Johnson. Stark is the campaign chairman this year. All discuss the important work the San Juan United Way doesn in our communities, and how 100% of donations goes to programs and services.
Pediatrician Dr. Preston Herrington, San Juan Health Partners, discusses the return of a nasal flu vaccine, the importance of other vaccines, measles, whooping cough, exercise and more!
U.S. Senate candidate Mick Rich (R) talks with Scott Michlin about the campaign, the withdrawl of Aubrey Dunn as the Liberatarian candidate, and the possible entry of former NM Gov. Gary Johnson running on the Libertarian ticket.
Lynn Love, San Juan County Housing Assistance Program Director, and Client Coordinator Angelina Martin, join Family Crisis Center shelter manager Candice Dan in speaking about the Frontline Group. The group of 50+ non-profit agencies is designed to help individuals and families find services they need in San Juan County.
Farmington Municipal Schools Student Nutrition Supervisor Jaynelle Minor discusses this summer's mal program, and the upcoming Community Eligibility Program. Superintendent Dr. Eugene Schmidt discussed the district's improvement in student PARCC scores, which got the attention of the NM Public Education Department. Also discussed, ongoing efforts to renovate Country Club Elementary School, despite the fact that bids for the project came in over budget.
Keely's Lemonaide Stand returns for the 9th summer to raise money for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Listen to hear Keely Stockham's plans for 2018. The stand will be open 11am-3pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: June 19-21, 2018.
Summer Lunch, Breakfast (and in some cases snacks) program for San Juan County is discussed by Jaynelle Minor, Student Nutrition Supervisor for Farmington Municipal Schools and Evelyn Barry, Food Service Director for Bloomfield Schools.