The Morning Interview
Founding member Carolyn Fredrickson reminds us about the work of the Sitka Cancer Survivors Society. Fredrickson discusses the grant program and a memorial path behind Moller Field. Downloadable audio.
Lauren Havens and Tristan Guevin are recruiting coaches for Boys Run I toowú klatseen, an after school program for boys in 3rd through 5th grade that teaches life skills through a culturally responsive curriculum that creatively integrates running. Downloadable audio.
Chris Washko, Student Services Manager at University of Alaska Southeast, and Grants Manager David Felts joined us in the studio to give an update about the upcoming year at the university. Downloadable audio
Mountainside Family Healthcare's new Urgent Care clinic is now offering services to the public. Patrick Williams, the clinic's business manager, and Leah Rose, a triage nurse, joined us in the studio to talk about the services the clinic offers. Downloadable audio.
Kevin Knox joined us in the studio to discuss the Change Your Latitude open water swim. Knox organizes the event, which will take place Sunday, August 7. Downloadable audio
The Sitka Fine Arts Camp is restoring the facade of the Whitmore building this fall. Crew Leader Larry Jackson is joined by interns with the Historic Restoration program. Downloadable audio.
Dr. Jim McClintock, visiting polar scientist at the Sitka Sound Science Center, and Lauren Bell, director of the scientist in residence program, joined us in the studio. Downloadable audio.