WAYNE NORMAN MORNING SHOW GUESTS -- FEBRUARY 2006

Feburary 28:  Dr. David Belles, Conductor of the ECSU Concert Chorale, discusses the Mozart's birthday concert, and accomplished soloist soprano Dr. Emily Trukenbrod, who performs at ECSU this week

 Emily Trukenbrod and David Belles

February 27:  Dr. Bernice Szafarek discusses dental emergencies and how to cope

Dr. Bernice Szafarek

Pulitzer Prize winning author Edward P. Jones

Edward P. Jones

February 24:  Romantic Willimantic's 2006 co-cupids Bob and Pam Horrocks

Pam and Bob Horrocks holding their "Cupid" raspberry muffins

February 23:  Poet Gabrielle Zane, Windham Public Schools Director of Supplemental Programs Bill Stover, and artists Devon Lawless and Beth Tyler discusse "Awesome Adventures" in Windham, Columbia, Mansfield, Lebanon and Coventry Public Schools

 

Bill Stover, Beth Tyler, Devon Lawless, and Gabrielle Zane

February 22:  Members of Lebanon Regional FFA during National FFA Week

Roxy Beaudoin, Kailee Grasso, adviser Lee Melia, Hale Staebner, Rebecca Staebner, and Elizabeth Luond from Lebanon Regional FFA

February 21:  Members of E. O. Smith High School FFA during National FFA Week

E. O. Smith FFA Sentinel Lisa Glow, Vice President Nicole Boutot, Reporter Heather Phillips, President Stephanie Cornell, and Secretary Mike Kingsbury

February 17:  Windham Theater Guild: Jim Hetrick talks about his new play "A Cultivation of Succulents" and board member Thayer Kitchen discusses upcoming Guild events

February 16:  Mike Bloomer, Tom Nielsen, and David Fenn discuss Willimantic's Winter Blues Festival

Winter Blues Fest in Willimantic
7 p.m. to midnight, February 25, 2006
Elk's Club, Pleasant Street, Willimantic
$10 donation, tickets at Food Coop, Oobah's Deli and Swift Waters Artisans' Coop, all in Willimantic or by calling 860-456-1573.
Willimantic's Winter Blues Festival features the Patty Tuite Band, the Kingpins and King Cake, talented musicians whose music ranges from '40s swing to rootsy swamp pop, to rhythm and blues. 

Mike Bloomer, Tom Nielsen, and David Fenn 

February 15:  UConn associate professor of Nutritional Sciences Rafael Perez-Escamilla, Director of the Connecticut Center of Excellence for Eliminating Health Disparities among Latinos

Rafael Perez-Escamilla

Governor Jodi Rell discusses jobs, the economy, and her State of the State speech 

 

Governor Jodi Rell

February 14:  A live broadcast from the 2006 Romantic Willimantic Cupid  Ceremony at Town Hall

Feburary 13:  Connecticut playwrights Barbara and Carlton Molette discuss their new play Prudence, about Connecticut heroine Prudence Crandall, which will be staged by the Connecticut Repertory Theater

February 10:  Women's basketball historian John Molina from the Women's Basketball Museum  

John Molina holding a jersey from the All American Redheads.  On the left is a game clipboard donated by UConn coach Geno Auriemma

February 9:  Actress  Susan St. James, from a 1991 interview with Wayne Norman

Susan St. James

February 8:  Paula Passarello, Phyllis Serafin, Julie Bradley, and Dency Sargent from the Connecticut High Fives senior women's basketball team

Link:  http://www.seniorgamesct.org/

 

Julie Bradley, Dency Sargent, Phyllis Serafin, and Paula Passarello

February 7:   Case worker Marisol Feliciano from Windham Regional Community Council talks about UConn football players mentoring troubled teens in Willimantic

Marisol Feliciano

Legal-ease: Attorney Pat Prue from the Prue Law Group, and Jeannine Billington and Paula McFee from Haven Health Center of Windham discuss Title XIX and elder health  issues

Pat Prue, Jeannine Billington, and Paula McFee

February 6:  D. Dowd Muska from the Yankee Institute for Public Policy discusses "The Two Connecticuts"--a new study which examines wages and benefits in the state's public and private sectors

D. Dowd Muska

February 3:  UConn Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Regional Campus Administration, Veronica Makowsky

Veronica Makowsky

February 2:  Vicki Barbero, Perception Programs Director of Outpatient Services, and Laurie Hall, Clinical Coordinator, discuss treatment and prevention for youths with substance abuse

Laurie Hall and Vicki Barbero

Feburary 1:  Cardiologist Dr. Anthea Woodley, John Swingler from the American Heart Association, UConn basketball coach Jim Calhoun and his wife Pat Calhoun discuss women and heart disease/Go Red for Women campaign.  Pat is the state chairwoman for Go Red For Women.

Dr. Anthea Woodley and John Swingler

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