Morning Zone Today: AARP, LA Teacher Child Abuse, And Wyo. State Bank
Thursday’s Morning Zone will feature:
7:07AM MST: Because of the great interest in the issues of the 6th penny sales tax proposals and the issues surrounding American Eagle Airlines leaving Cheyenne, we will have more early open lines for those who cannot call in later in the morning. Call us at 1-888-503-6500 toll free or locally at 307-632-6500 or 632-3323
7:37AM MST: Travis Lingenfelter from Pointe Frontier Retirement Community in Cheyenne continues his series on aging and retirement in America with more on the discussion from last week on AARP. Listeners expressed concerns about their political lobbying last week, and Travis encourages more discussion on this, plus, he’ll continue talking about Veterans Administration Qualifiers and will update us on upcoming events scheduled at Pointe Frontier.
8:07AM MST: Dr. Margaret Cochran returns for her monthly visit, and this morning will talk with Dave about the ramifications of the sinister allegations of abuse by at least two teachers in a Los Angeles school, and how parents can approach awkward discussion with their youngsters about people we normally trust like teachers, and pastors asnd evenrelatives and how they might do things that could hurt children.
9:07AM MST: More open lines
9:37AM MST: Stig Hallingbyefrom Wyoming State Bank guests to tell us about their First Annual “Giving From The Heart” Event.