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This Saturday on “Galesburg Live”…

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What’s it like to attend a hot air balloon camp in Reno? Find out on “Galesburg Live” when Emily Sperry, her mother, Jennifer and Great Balloon Race organizer, Greg Saul, join  Terry Cavanaugh at 7:15 am. Then, at 8:15 am, Terry’s guest is Kathy Weiman, CEO of “Alternatives” in Galesburg, discussing how their organization can assist with issues facing older adults or, adults with disabilities, in our community.

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At 7:15 am, Doug Hankes of Thrushwood Farms joins Terry Cavanaugh with summer grilling tips and the latest on his family’s business. Then, at 8:15 am, Terry’s guest is former Galesburg Fire Chief, John Cratty, who is currently serving on the Board of the Illinois Association of Mutual Insurance Companies and working on a “Build Strong Coalition”. His recent trip to Washington, D.C. and fire safety will be among the topics.

Interview: Thrivent Financial: Jennifer Sperry, Diana Hiatt with Dave Scholl of the Galesburg rescue Mission

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Thrivent Financial Associate, Jennifer Sperry and, Fulton-Knox County Chapter President, Diana Hiatt, along with Dave Scholl, Director of the Galesburg Rescue Mission,  joined Terry Cavanaugh June 15th on Galesburg’s Evening News to discuss their fund-raiser for the Rescue Mission and how Thrivent Financial can assist other non-profit organizations.

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At 7:15 am, learn more about Knox County history during the Civil War, when local historian Rex Cherrington joins Terry Cavanaugh. Then, at 8:15am, if you have pets,Terry visits with Dr. Pete Plescia from Animal Medical Center about caring for your pets during the warm weather months. And, we’ll take your calls at 342-9194.

Interview: Great Galesburg Shake Students at WGIL

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12 students from Galesburg School District 205 toured  WGIL today (May 27, 2015) to record interviews and create public service announcements about the “Twelve Tools of Triumph”.  The students are Sydney McGahey, Selena Suarez, Hailey Brock, Mallory Idle, Sara Saey, Kaylee Miller, Cole Steele, Jayda Sykes, Emma Hawkinson, Sage Sanders, Ashton James and Sophia Suarez. Listen to the students’ interviews here:

 

 

 

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