Melissa Taylor, director of Emergency Management and 911 for Seneca County is in-studio as a guest on Weber This Week on FingerLakes1.TV to talk about her background and what has brought her to her current position since graduating from Lyons High School in 1999.
This week Kenny rants on a 911 operator who hung up on hundreds of calls and introduces you to an inspirational couple who met while recovering from traumatic brain injuries. Also, a signature with for Dino Babers and the Orange football team, Mynderse soccer in Sectionals, and the Bills send Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers back west with a loss.
When you head to L.A. to become a star, you still have to pay the bills while you wait for your big break. Ray and Warren tell how they made rent in-between auditions and casting calls. Waiting tables and tending bar pay great but it comes at a price. Also, play Guess the Movie Line and test your silver screen knowledge.
If you are interested in the formative years of the Mynderse Academy boys varsity soccer program and enjoy hearing Tony Sometimes talk, this is the episode for you! After a week lay-off for the Fourth of July holiday, the Sauce Pod returns with hole-in-one stories, discussion of Derek Jeter’s 3,000th hit and where it ranks historically due to the steroid era, and the newest social network to hit the Internet, Google+. This episode will be especially useful for anyone new to the Internet phenomenon.