Show Archive – March 27th, 2012

9 audio clips available-

Guests included

  • Ward 11 School Board member Jason Cooper ran for school board because he was concerned about violence in our schools, well now that he’s inside he has some very interesting ideas for how the system can be fixed to avoid these violent conflicts on school grounds, and when they cannot be avoided, how to better handle them.  Find out what Jason’s plans are to help fix our schools!
  • The History Lady Aurore Eaton joined Rich in studio to share the story of Mattie Knight, one of the first female inventors in the United States, who just so happens to hail from Manchester! Find out how Mattie got her start at age 14 designing improvements to the looms at the Amoskeag company, and why despite her many incredible inventions, most history books barely mention her at all! For more info on the Amoskeag Millyard Museum, click here: Amoskeag
  • Jennifer Matthews, the Community Director for the March of Dimes, and Jill Teeter, a “Mission Mom” joined Rich in studio to talk about the upcoming March For Babies.  Tune in for all the details, and find out how you can donate to the cause, or get sponsors if you would like to walk! For more info, click here : March Of Dimes
  • In this week’s edition of “St Mary’s Bank Movers and Shakers In Business” Rich got a visit from local chiropractor Andrew Gallinaro who came in to talk about sports injuries and share some tips with parents on how to know that you are doing all you can to ensure your child can enjoy sports safely.  Don’t miss this great interview!

Show Archive – March 27th 2012

9 audio clips available

Guests included

  • Ward 11 School Board member Jason Cooper ran for school board because he was concerned about violence in our schools, well now that he’s inside he has some very interesting ideas for how the system can be fixed to avoid these violent conflicts on school grounds, and when they cannot be avoided, how to better handle them.  Find out what Jason’s plans are to help fix our schools!
  • The History Lady Aurore Eaton joined Rich in studio to share the story of Mattie Knight, one of the first female inventors in the United States, who just so happens to hail from Manchester! Find out how Mattie got her start at age 14 designing improvements to the looms at the Amoskeag company, and why despite her many incredible inventions, most history books barely mention her at all! For more info on the Amoskeag Millyard Museum, click here: Amoskeag
  • Jennifer Matthews, the Community Director for the March of Dimes, and Jill Teeter, a “Mission Mom” joined Rich in studio to talk about the upcoming March For Babies.  Tune in for all the details, and find out how you can donate to the cause, or get sponsors if you would like to walk! For more info, click here : March Of Dimes
  • In this week’s edition of “St Mary’s Bank Movers and Shakers In Business” Rich got a visit from local chiropractor Andrew Gallinaro who came in to talk about sports injuries and share some tips with parents on how to know that you are doing all you can to ensure your child can enjoy sports safely.  Don’t miss this great interview!

Hour Number One

In the first hour, Rich and the gang (minus Christian) rejoice at the news that the archives are back and that we will have the past 2 weeks of audio uploaded for you very soon!  Later in the hour, Rich and Mike discuss several other topics including the expanded gambling casino bills and the potential union contracts that are still being talked about at the education level.

Hour Number Two

 

In the second hour, Rich got a visit from Ward 11 school board member Jason Cooper to discuss school violence, and what he plans to do about these issues that are facing Manchester schools now that he is on the inside.  Later in the hour, The History Lady Aurore Eaton joined the gang to share her weekly history! This week, Aurore tells us about one of New Hampshire’s, as well as America’s first female inventor! Find out why you’ve probably never heard her name before!

Hour Number Three

 

 

In the final hour, Rich was joined in studio by Jennifer Matthews, Community Director for the March of Dimes, and Jill Teeters, a “Mission Mom” who came in to talk about their upcoming March For Babies!  Later on in the hour, Dr. Andrew Gallinaro joined Rich in studio for this week’s edition of St. Mary’s Bank Movers and Shakers in Business! Dr. Gallinaro is an expert in sports injuries and has some great tips for parents on how to ensure that their kids can participate in sports without hurting themselves!

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Local News with Mike Ball

A community meeting regarding public safety took place at the Gosler Park Elementary School Gymnasium, find out what Police Chief Mara as well as several others had to say about the overall safety of Manchester residents as well as an update on Officer Doherty, a benefit fund has also been set up to help cover expenses for Officer Doherty, find out how you can contribute! Also, Manchester school superintendent Tom Brennan announced nearly ten million dollars worth of cuts to the education system, groups are publicly supporting gambling bill, and more! Don’t miss Mike Ball’s news of the day!

Local Sports with Christian Arcand

The Celtics make it back-to-back wins with a victory over the Bobcats, the Bruins gear up for a meeting with Tampa, Jon Lester looks sharp in a spring training outing, and big news regarding the 2012 NHIAA Football Championship games! Don’t miss sports with Chris Arcand!

Jason Cooper

Ward 11 School Board member Jason Cooper ran for school board because he was concerned about violence in our schools, well now that he’s inside he has some very interesting ideas for how the system can be fixed to avoid these violent conflicts on school grounds, and when they cannot be avoided, how to better handle them.  Find out what Jason’s plans are to help fix our schools!

Aurore Eaton

The History Lady Aurore Eaton joined Rich in studio to share the story of Mattie Knight, one of the first female inventors in the United States, who just so happens to hail from Manchester! Find out how Mattie got her start at age 14 designing improvements to the looms at the Amoskeag company, and why despite her many incredible inventions, most history books barely mention her at all! For more info on the Amoskeag Millyard Museum, click here: Amoskeag

 

March Of Dimes – Jennifer Matthews and Jill Teeters

Jennifer Matthews, the Community Director for the March of Dimes, and Jill Teeter, a “Mission Mom” joined Rich in studio to talk about the upcoming March For Babies.  Tune in for all the details, and find out how you can donate to the cause, or get sponsors if you would like to walk! For more info, click here : March Of Dimes

Dr. Andrew Gallinaro

In this week’s edition of “St Mary’s Bank Movers and Shakers In Business” Rich got a visit from local chiropractor Andrew Gallinaro who came in to talk about sports injuries and share some tips with parents on how to know that you are doing all you can to ensure your child can enjoy sports safely.  Don’t miss this great interview!