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January 2013

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August Programs on Klaus and Company

  Friday, January 25, 2013 Program:
Barbara Marshall, founder of Fayetteville’s Jubilee House, explains her journey to fight homelessness among her fellow female veterans.
Mary Kinney, Marketing Director with the Fayetteville Arts Council of Fayetteville Cumberland County helps us kick off Black History month as she talks about the Friends of African and African American Art Groups National Exhibition.
In our FSU Proud to Be a Bronco segment, we hear from Denise Payton, Director of the FSU Concert Choir, as she tells us about the plans for the Concert Choirs 130th Anniversary Celebration.



  Friday, January 18, 2013 Program:
  Cumberland County Health Department Director Buck Wilson gives us an update on the flu and how to best stay well this flu season.
President of National School choice Week Andrew Campanella talks about the events planned across the country, what School Choice means to our school system and how you can get involved.
In our FSU Proud to Be a Bronco segment, Assistant General Council of the Office of Legal Affairs Angel Powell explains forms of hazing and preventive measures to give us an inside look at the upcoming “Hazing Hurts” forum.



  Friday, January 11, 2013 Program:
  Cumberland County United Way Marketing and Communications Director Ruthie Dent shares some of the ways they are impacting education, income and health in the local community.
  Cape Fear Botanical Gardens Director of Education Jen Smith talks about how the idea of a Botanical Garden in Fayetteville even started and where they are today.
In our FSU Proud To Be a Bronco segment, Dr. Ernest Lamb, Chair of the Department of Performing and Fine Arts gives us a look at this years MLK celebration.



  Friday, January 4th, 2013 Program:
Cumberland County Arts Council Marketing Director Mary Kinney tells us about the upcoming exhibit “Anne Frank: A History For Today”, traveling from New York to promote diversity and intolerance in today’s society.
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Michael J. Breus explains disordered sleep, your biological clock and how sleep affects your everyday life.
Dr. Myron Strickland, certified in obstetrics and gynecology, joins us for discussion on the factors of infertility and the help that is available.
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