March Programs on Klaus & Co.
Friday, March 7, 2014 Program
Robert Hines, Director and CEO of the Cumberland County United Way stops in to give us some details on the Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and 2-1-1.
The Executive Director of the Vision Resource Center, Terri Thomas, shows us how their programs help the visually impaired experience the world around them. We also discuss some of the technology used by the center to make the lives of the visually impaired easier.
We also speak with Socorro Hernandez-Hinek, Assistant Professor, Fine Arts Department, College of Arts and Sciences at FSU about how Fayetteville State University is celebrating and recognizing women’s accomplishments through art, video and discussions throughout the month.
Friday, March 14, 2014 Program
Music Director for the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra Fouad Fakhouri talks about his outstanding orchestra and the work which goes into directing it, as well as some exciting, upcoming concerts.
Kelly Tomita, Cumberland County Public Library and Information Center Marketing and Communications Manager, stops by to give us an update.
The Superintendent of Cumberland County Schools, Dr. Frank Till, brings us up-to-date on what is going on currently throughout the schools in the Cumberland County.
Friday, March 21, 2014 Program
Fayetteville’s Mayor Pro-Tem Kady-Ann Davy stops in to discuss some of the policies and plans that are being worked in our City Council.
School Liaison Emily Grimes talks with us about ways to help ensure the success of military connected children in their schools and communities.
In our FSU Proud To Be segement, Dr. Curtis Charles talked with us about FSU’s Global Awareness Day.