HEY GANG!  HERE’S A FEW THINGS HAPPENING IN OUR AREA.

THE UNITED WAY OF MARQUETTE COUNTY NEARS IT’S GOAL.

SMILIN' SUE MINCKLER.

Thanks to Sue Minckler with the United Way of Marquette County for stopping by the Sunny studios and chatting with Mark & Walt about how their annual fund raising campaign is going.  They are at about 95-percent of the goal and there is still time for you to get involved.  Sue also chatted about where the money that you give goes, and how it really is needed at this time.  To listen to the interview with Sue Minckler, please click “HERE“.  To find out more about the United Way of Marquette County and all of it’s programs and member agencies, you can log on to the MCUW website by clicking “HERE“.

TIME TO BOWL FOR KID’S SAKE WITH BIG BROTHERS/BIG SISTERS.

BB/BS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JAYNE LETTS.

Jayne Letts, Executive Director of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Marquette and Alger Counties, stopped in to chat about the upcoming “Bowl For Kid’s Sake” fund raiser.  This fun way of helping out a great cause features putting a team together to raise cash and go bowling!  Fun and easy.  Jayne explained how you can get involved and also outlined the schedule for a series of bowling events around the region.  To listen to the interview with Jayne Letts, please click “HERE“.  To answer any questions you may have about Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Marquette and Alger Counties, please visit their website by clicking “HERE“.

HEMATITE SPORTS HISTORY ON TELEVISION.

THE RESPLENDENT RICH ROSSWAY.

Rich Rossway, TV producer and host, joined Mark and Walt to discuss a documentary that has been produced outlining the successful season of the Ishpeming Hematites football squad.  The show is a locally-produced document of their winning season and is airing on Charter Cable On Demand and will also be airing locally on a broadcast station to be determined.  You can listen to the interview and find out more about this and other productions with Rich Rossway by clicking “HERE“.

A PRETTY FULL LISTING OF STUFF!

Packed up and loaded out!

Have a good one and we’ll see you soon!

-Walt