Take 5 For The Community

Listen weekday mornings at 7:35 am on Lite Hits 103 or 10:20 am on Classic Country, The Legend 99.3 FM / 910 AM for Take 5 For The Community; a five minute interview with a local non-profit organization.

Are you in charge of promotion for a local non-profit organization?  Want 5 minutes of free air time to promote your upcoming event?  Email us to get scheduled or call 618-943-3354.

Scroll below to hear some of the past Take 5 For The Community interviews.

Past Take 5 For The Community Interviews

Take 5 Marla Fiscus & Bobbie Shuppert 112019

Marla Fiscus & Bobbie Shuppert talk about the 14th Annual Community Thanksgiving Day Meal at Red Hill Junior/Senior High School in Bridgeport.

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Take 5 Jamie Neal 111919

Knox County Chamber Of Commerce President Jamie Neal talks about Friday’s Christmas Parade of Lights in downtown Vincennes as well as the importance of Small Business Saturday on November 30th..

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Take 5 Mayor Don Wagner 111819

Lawrenceville Mayor Don Wagner talks about the upcoming public forum December 3rd regarding the possibility of a marijuana dispensary as well as planned work being done by the Illinois Department of Transportation.

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Take 5 Tad Shick 111519

Lawrenceville High School Girls Basketball Coach Tad Shick talks about the upcoming season as well as Saturday’s all-you-can-eat pancake & sausage breakfast at the Lawrenceville Moose Lodge from 7 to 11 a.m.

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Take 5 Austin Alexander 111319

Lawrenceville High School Interact Club sponsor Austin Alexander talks about Monday night’s Trivia Night in the LHS cafeteria starting at 6:30 p.m

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Take 5 Don Robbins & Dr. Anne Barnwell-Grayson 111219

Lawrence County Memorial Hospital CEO Don Robbins & General Surgeon Dr. Anne Barnwell-Grayson

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Take 5 Kacie Spore 110819

Kacie Spore with the St. Francisville Neighborhood Helping Hands program talks about Monday evening’s Chili Supper from 5 to 7 pm at the St. Francisville School Cafeteria to support the “Angel Tree” program.

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