On today's Friday Artcentric edition: We're discussing the 'Facing Homelessness' project w/ local advocates Bethany Pruitt & Heidi Kaufman--then Lisa Vetter & Sue Davis share their insights on the pleasures of wayside art spaces, and the upcoming Rural Studio Tour.
On Health 360 it's all about the kidney today: Dr. Kizilisik an organ transplant surgeon and Living Donor Transplant Coordinator Valerie Barto with be in to walk us through the transplant process. And April Boggs will be joining us to talk about her experience donating a kidney to her father last year.
On today's Financial Focus edition of Midday Matters, we'll be talking with our friends from Financial Hope in Fort Wayne about debt, budgeting, and more money matters. And Vicky Hadley from the Purdue Allen County Extension will be here, as well!
On today's Midday Matters Artcentric, Steve Penhollow takes us 'behind the scenes' of the Fort Wayne Dance Collective's "Keigwin + Company' concert w/ Alison Gerardot & founder, Larry Keigwin; then CWOW's Hope Sheehan & Lorelei VerLee share the story of their Faces of Haiti event.
On today's Financial Focus edition of our program, we'll be talking about what resources are available for veterans and their families to help make the financial transition to civilian life easier. We want to know: if you're a veteran or a spouse, what helped you make the transition, and have you found resources other vets need to know about?
Get ready for Midday Matters Last Friday Artcentricity: We're touring downtown Fort Wayne's springtime celebrations w/ Tena Woenker & The History Center's Nancy Hansen--then 1st Pres Theater's Thom Hofrichter & FW Youtheatre's Leslie Hormann share a wellspring of Drama! Drama! Drama!