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Speak Out! CFUZ
The Speak Out collective produces an hour program each week, featuring stories and interviews about organizations doing good in our community.
This show is currently being produced on a regular basis, and can be heard on the Peach City Radio stream at the following dates & times:
Sundays @ 1400h
Thursdays @ 1300h
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- Tracey Coulter of the Penticton Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts Posted: May 22, 2019 - 60 minutes - 57.6 Mb -
Michael Schutz talks with Tracey Coulter, Executive Director of the Penticton Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Tracey gives us an inside look into the what the Academy offers, and she and Michael converse about their own experience and insights into music and its place in our lives. More info about the Academy at pentictonacademyofmusic.ca.
Episode 12 - Tricia Wilson of Nickel Plate Nordic Organization Posted: May 15, 2019 - 60 minutes - 55.8 Mb -
Teresa Cowan speaks with the general manager of Nickel Plate Nordic Organization, Tricia Wilson. Nickel Plate is a non-profit that offers cross-country skiing trails, lessons and rentals. They also coach children's racing and offer indigenous programs.
In this episode host Tracy McGrath focusses on local support organizations for people who deal with mental health concerns. She speaks with James Cunningham of E-waste Recycling Centre about that social enterprise and the PACE program. She also interviews Obi Oniah, Family Support Worker at Penticton Wellness Centre who talks about the programming they offer as well as the “Penticton Defeat Depression” event On May 25 at Rotary Park.
Norman Mathers interviews Jim Beattie of First Things First Okanagan.
Episode 9 - Friends of the Garden Posted: April 24, 2019 - 60 minutes - 56.2 Mb -
Teresa Cowan interviews Connie Davis from Friends of the Garden. FOG is the non-profit group that helps to keep the Summerland Ornamental Gardens beautiful. FOG also educates school children and the public into an appreciation of gardening and growing ones' own food.
Episode 8 - Monday Night Dinners Posted: April 17, 2019 - 60 minutes - 56.2 Mb -
Sarah Fahey interviews Kristine Shepherd of Monday Night Dinners in Nanaimo Square
Episode 7 - PDSCL and Penticton Rec Centre Posted: April 10, 2019 - 60 minutes - 57.3 Mb -
Tracy McGrath interviews Tony from the Penticton and District Society for Community Living and Kelsey from the Penticton Recreation Centre about the programs and support both groups offer for differently abled individuals in our community.
Episode 6 - Food Bank Posted: April 3, 2019 - 60 minutes - 86.4 Mb -
Sarah Fahey interviews John Rankin from the Penticton Salvation Army with a focus on the Food Bank.
Chris Maier interviews Tanya Behardien, Executive Director of OneSky Community Resources. Tanya explains the services of OneSky and how they pertain to its philosophy on the importance of family values and why they are so necessary for building a strong community foundation. Learn more at oneskycommunity.com/