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 Jamie Neal 093020

Knox County Chamber Of Commerce President Jamie Neal talks about the upcoming Trap Shoot as well as the importance of shopping locally.

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Take 5 Lindsey Schmucker 092920

Lawrence County Health Department Director of Human Resources & Marketing Lindsey Schmucker talks about Thursday’s Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic from 10 am to 7 pm at the Central Christian Church in Lawrenceville.

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Take 5 Tiffany Conover 092820

Good Samaritan Director of Marketing & Public Relations Tiffany Conover talks about Tuesday’s Men’s Wellness Fair from 7 to 10 am and 4 to 7 pm eastern at the Highland Woods Community Center in Vincennes.

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Take 5 Will Gibson 092420

Lawrence County Clerk & Recorder Will Gibson talks about early voting for the general election as well as mail-in voting and preparations for Election Day.

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Take 5 Mayor Don Wagner 091420

Lawrenceville Mayor Don Wagner talks about efforts to sell the United Methodist Village campus as well as a new two-year bargaining agreement with city employees.

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Take 5 Anne Pratt 090920

Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy Director Anne Pratt talks about fundraising efforts to build a bronze statue of Red for the Pantheon Theater.

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Take 5 Marshall Pierson & Christopher Swick 090420

Organizers Marshall Pierson & Christopher Swick talk about the Back the Blue Rally this Sunday from 2 to 4 pm at the Lawrence County Courthouse Square in Lawrenceville.

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