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 Jed Brian 070920

Unlisted Owner Writer-Director Jed Brian talks about tomorrow night’s showing of Unlisted Owner at the Eagle Theater.

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Take 5 Rebecca Richardville 070720

YMCA of Vincennes Marketing Director Rebecca Richardville talks about their American Red Cross blood drive on July 23rd as well as the YMCA/Memering Motorplex Celebrity Scholarship Golf Outing on July 29th

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Take 5 Amy Marley 062920

Lawrence County Health Department Administrator Amy Marley talks about free available active COVID-19 testing and back-to-school immunization clinics available the next two weeks as well as Wednesday’s blood drive at Lawrenceville High School starting at 1 p.m.

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Take 5 Judy Hutchinson 062620

Lawrence County Emergency Food and Shelter Board Chair Judy Hutchinson talks about available funds to supplement emergency food and shelter programs in the county.

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Take 5 Don Robbins 062520

Lawrence County Memorial Hospital CEO Don Robbins talks about plans to ramp up operations at the hospital now that Phase 4 of the Governor’s Restore Illinois Plan is in effect starting tomorrow as well as the 70th

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Take 5 Bill Shrode 062420

Amateur radio operator and Richland County emergency services coordinator Bill Shrode with the Radio Amateur Downstate Illinois Organization Ham Radio (R.A.D.I.O)  talks about this weekend’s Amateur Radio Field Day.

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Lawrence County Coalition for Change Spokeswoman Victoria Shinkle talks about the coalition as well as their planned protest in solidarity with Black Lives Matter Sunday at 1 pm on the Lawrenceville Courthouse lawn.

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