Host Gale Seiler spoke with the organizers of an Ames event to commemorate International Women’s Day. Hunter Martin from the Carrie Chapman Catt Center, Andrea Gronau from Worldly Goods, and Mary Logsdon described the event that will take place on Sunday, March 5, 2:00 PM at the Ames Library.
KHOI reporter Greta Anderson brought us a segment on Senate Study Bill 1146, which would dismantle the Des Moines Waterworks. Chris Corbin called in to tell us about the Chicago Caper, a murder mystery dinner theatre presented by the Nevada Community Historical Society on March 4th and 11th.
Susan Gwiasda, the Public Relations Officer for the City of Ames, was in the studio for her monthly segment, and Keith Abraham, Parks and Recreation Director, was with her. They updated us about many things going on in Ames during March, from the Eco Fair to hydrant flushing and all the happenings featured in the latest Parks and Rec publication.
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Originally broadcast 03/03/2017
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