May Programs on Klaus & Co.
Friday, May 2, 2014 Program:
The Bicycle Man Foundation in Fayetteville brings smiles to children’s faces year after year. Moses Mathis, known as the Bicycle Man, passed away last year. His wife of 46 years, Ann Mathis, promised him this tradition would carry on. Ann talks with us about plans for Christmas 2014
Fayetteville State University’s first lady, Nancy Anderson, stops in to share about Entrepreneurship Day and the many beverage stands at different locations around Fayetteville with young entrepreneurs at the till.
Tom McCollum, Fort Bragg spokesman, and Brittney VanderMoere, race coordinator, talk to us more about what to expect during the All American Marathon and Mike to Mike Half Marathon.
Friday, May 9, 2014 Program:
In recognition and celebration of National Nurses Week, we talk to Dr. Afu Arhin, Chairman of the Department of Nursing at Fayetteville State University, about the changing role of nursing and the education of future nurses.
Barbara White, Family Caregiver Resources Specialist with Mid Carolina Area Agency on Aging, joins us to talk about the role of caregivers and to share information about support that is available.
Fayetteville Mayor Nat Robertson has proclaimed Friday, May 9th, 2014, Pulmonary Fibrosis Awareness Day. we speak with Teresa Barnes, Fayetteville native and a founding board member of the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis, to learn more about this lung disease which has no FDA-approved treatments and claims as many lives as breast cancer every year.
Friday, May 16, 2014 Program:
Dr. Frank Till, Jr., Cumberland County Schools Superintendent, stops in to update us on the long term effects of budget cuts and to talk a little about Common Core.
An expert in the field of child development, Joani Geltman calls in with some tips to help parents develop strategies to better monitor technology and communicate with their teenagers.
We speak with Dr. Sid Gautam, who has a non-profit organization called the Society to Educate People, and Swami Chidananda, an ordained monk from India, about the benefits of holistic medicine.
And, in our FSU Proud to Be segment, Dr. Jason DeSousa, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Student Retention at Fayetteville State University, talks about his recent experience testifying before the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions.
Friday, May 23, 2014 Program:
Ruthie Dent, Director of Communications and Volunteer Services with Fayetteville area’s Habitat for Humanity, talks with us about new programs and development opportunities with her organization.
Gary Slater, Chairman for the Cumberland County Air Quality Stakeholders, who works at Clear Path Recycling, and Carolyn Justice -Hinson, Vice Chairman with the Stakeholders and Marketing Director for PWC, discuss our local air quality and it’s effects on our community.
Chris Kastner, President and CEO of the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, tells us more about the Symphonic Salute to the U.S. Armed Forces as the symphony and U.S. Army Ground Forces Band, stationed at Fort Bragg, present an evening of patriotic music in recognition of our Armed Forces and Memorial Day.