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April 2013

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April Programs on Klaus and Company:
 


 
Friday, April 19, 2013  
  Carrie King, Executive Director with the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival stops in to tell us more about the 31st Annual event taking place the end of this month.   
  Carolyn Justice-Hinson , Communications & Community Relations Officer with PWC talks about Sustainable Saturday, as PWC and Sustainable Sandhills present the documentary, “Chasing Ice,” at the Cameo Theatre in downtown Fayetteville.  
     
  In our FSU Proud to Be Segment, the University’s Visiting Professor in Theater, Walter Allen Bennett, Junior talks about his latest play, “And Then Came Tomorrow.  


 


 
Friday, April  12, 2013  
  Dr. Frank Till, Jr., Cumberland County Schools Superintendent, tells us more about what it means to have been selected as one of the four finalists for the 2013Broad Prize for Urban Education, as well as giving us an updated of the school system’s transition to the digital classroom.
 
 
  Bobby Hurst, businessman, City Council Member and founder and Chairman of Fayetteville Beautiful stops in to give us an update about this year’s event as the community readies to hit the streets, with one goal in mind –  making Fayetteville Beautiful.
 
 
  In our FSU Proud to Be Segment, the University’s Visiting Professor in Theater, Walter Allen Bennett, Junior talks about his latest play, “And Then Came Tomorrow, opening, April 20th in Butler Theatre on the campus of FSU.  
     


 

  Friday, April 5, 2013
 
 
  April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month — a time when communities come together to celebrate the bright future all children deserve. Roberta Humphries with The Child Advocacy Center (CAC) of Cumberland County joins us to talk about preventing child abuse.
 
  Teresa Barnes, Vice President, Patient Outreach & Program Support for the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis, tells us more about his disease — what it is and who is at risk.
 
  In our FSU Proud to Be Segment, we are joined by John “Ben” Brown, former chair of the Fayetteville State University Board of Trustees. Mr. Brown will be the guest speaker for the 146th Founders Day Celebration at Fayetteville State on April 11th at 2:00pm in Seabrook Auditorium.
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