Since 1997, communities around the U.S. have been celebrating Walk to School Day. Around the globe, International Walk to School Month brings together more than 40 countries in recognition of the common interest in walking to school.
Participation in Walk to School Day 2010 reached a record high with more than 3,500 events registered from all fifty states, the District of Columbia and , for the first time ever, Puerto Rico. Many more communities held events but did not register.
This call-in show is a followup program based on Allie’s radio feature on teen dating. The call-in show broadcast on KGNU on August 11th, 2011.
Thanks to funding from the Youth Opportunities Board that has helped make possible the radio journalism trainings at Casey Middle School. Thanks to Casey Middle School journalism teacher, Lee Lazar as well. Our guests for this call-in show are middle school and high school students Allie, Owen, Anabel, and anonymous, and Teen Clinic’s Kati Standafer . You can find out more about the Teen Clinic by calling 303.442.5160.
“Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time.” That’s the motto of today’s modern cavers, who often work to promote stewardship among fellow cavers, while they still have great adventures. This story broadcast on KRCC’s Western Skies and on The Voice of America
“Great interview this morning. I enjoyed listening and it was fantastic.” – Ellen
A beautiful, wonderful interview by Shelley Schlender. We’re so proud and honored to have her be an interviewer of authors such as Bernie Rollin. Wow, I was just touched with that program. Thanks, Shelley. I’m feeling much gratitude for you. – Celeste