On Tuesday afternoon’s edition of The Melissa Killeleagh Show, Katie MacIntyre, a 261 Fearless Ambassador is in-studio for Melissa’s ‘Women who make a difference’ segment and a fun story of how one person propelled powerful change, especially as told by Stephen Beals and Karen Huntington Beals. Who can you share this important message with?
We talk with Tommy Woodbury III from Vermont as he prepares for his first foray into the Bash for Cash waters this weekend, and we follow up with Ed Brewster as he prepares to bring his JMW RC event to Chillicothe, Ohio during B4C weekend. We finish with Matt Vern Newcomb, with a follow up on the King of the Ring derby.
Newark Pilots and Geneva Red Wings owner Bob Ohmann is in-studio to talk about the upcoming Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League season which kicks-off next Thursday, June 1st.
You know summer is here when they’re playing ball at Colburn Park and MacDonough Park.
Josh Durso and Jackie Augustine discuss the issues that have flooded the region over the last 30 days. While the podcast has been on a hiatus of the sorts, with FingerLakes1.com moving, and a busy spring schedule – listeners got caught up in a special Friday night edition of the podcast. Topics included the continued healthcare saga, the Geneva Foundry, and the passage of a local law in Seneca Falls.