The WGVU Morning Show

Disability Network Lakeshore

Disability Network Lakeshore is seeking nominations for the seventh annual Ability Award. We talk about this celebration of those who promote a spirit of inclusion and a community without barriers with the Awards Chair, Terri DeYoung.

Library Lines

Jul 20, 2017

Library Lines, a monthly conversation on the happenings of the Grand Rapids Public Library. Events include GR Reads and the Summer Reading Challenge, Kirsten Krueger-Corrado is our guest.

WGVU Explorers

Jul 20, 2017
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The WGVU Explorers are soon off to Ireland and Britain. We talk about this experience to come with WGVU’s Michael Walenta.

Original Legacy Films

Jul 19, 2017

We talk about the Original Legacy Films, Preserving Family Stories and Beliefs that matter. President Cliff Burgess is our guest.

Oakdale Neighbors and the Boston Square Communities come together to talk about providing affordable transportation: Bicycles. Tom Bulten and Rickard Markiewicz are our guests.

Van Andel Institute

Jul 19, 2017 / Van Andel Institute

Sarah Rollman and Robin Dhaseleer from the Van Andel Institute join us to talk about the upcoming event, Curiosity and Cocktails, benefiting the Education Institute.

Women at Risk International

A daylong session with Women at Risk International will help educate the community in the tourism and hospitality industries on the dangers of human trafficking as well as provide resources to help combat a growing crime against women. WAR's President joins us to discuss tomorrow's event.

Saugatuck Center for the Arts

Saugatuck Center for the Arts summer programming is in full swing, including the cost free Growing Young Artists program. Kristin Armstrong joins us to share the details.

The United Way

We speak to the new president and CEO of the Michigan Association of United Ways.

Senior Concerns

Jul 19, 2017
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Senior Concerns, information about and for our most experienced. Today we discuss the Long Term Care Ombudsman with Kay Scholle and Stephanie Hecksel.