The WGVU Morning Show

We talk about LEAD and Healthier Communities with Dr. Kenneth Fawcett and Kaylee Swanson.

This Friday, Stepping Stones Montessori school students are releasing salmon raised from eggs into the Grand River.  We talk to School Head Elizabeth Topliffe for the details.

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Sustainable Community Voices with Manager for the City of Muskegon Frank Peterson talking about the Muskegon as a Strong Town Winner.

Denise Walsh

Apr 18, 2018

Denise Walsh joins TMS to discuss her career as a Black Diamond Leader and host of Dream Cast. She shares her inspiring story with us this morning.

Van Andel Institute

Apr 18, 2018
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Sarah Rollman and Maddie Eaton from the Van Andel Institute join us to talk about JBoard and Around the World.

Senior Concerns

Apr 18, 2018
Senior citizens
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Senior Concerns with guests from the Area Agency on Aging West Michigan. Today we talk about the St. Alphonsus Senior Center with Virginia Scholten and Kendrick Heinlein.

LOCAL

Apr 17, 2018

We talk about the production of LOCAL, a series of shows described as a West Michigan based Twilight Zone style series. Joe Anderson, Bret Miller, and Leah Vukovich join us.

The Right Place

Apr 17, 2018
The Right Place
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Birgit Klohs from The Right Place joins us to talk about the Agropur and an aerospace company that is expanding.

Healthy Kids Day

Apr 17, 2018
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Y-USA has a national event called Healthy Kids Day. GR's Y offers great local activities. We discuss with Terri Coccia-Torres.

Jewish Film Festival

Apr 17, 2018

The 20th annual Jewish Film Festival  begins April 29. We talk about it with Cathy Winick and Cary Fleischer.

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