The WEOL Morning Show has wraped-up it’s Spotlight on Oberlin but you can still hear all of the interviews. Visit our Spotlight on Oberlin page, right here on WEOL.com, where all of the weeks conversations are available on demand. Our next stop will be in Wellington coming up on Wednsday, May 11th. This will be a special one day Spotlight for the Morning Show that will also feature the Lorain County Police Memorial live on the air at 11am. Enjoy all the interviews from our Spotlight on Oberlin, and get ready because the Spotlight on Wellington will be here before you know it.
Bruce and Craig talked with David Burkus about his new book, Under New Management, and how technology is changing the world of business.
Paul Baumgartner, Executive Director of the Lorain County Free Clinic, stopped by to talk about their upcoming “Taste of Italy” fundraiser.
On April 8 and 9 Elyria High Senior Rosetta Shepherd will travel to Troy, Michigan to compete against Boys and Girls Clubs youth for the State Regional Youth of the Year title. Her competition will include club members from Ohio’s Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati, Massillon, Orrville, Sandusky, and Toledo chapters as well as Michigan’s Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Holland, and Lansing chapters.
Shepherd earned the chance to compete for the State Regional Youth of the Year title by claiming the Lorain County Youth of the Year award back on Feb. 29. The Elyria High Senior was chosen based on her excellent three minute speech about her personal life and how the Club has affected her. She received many recommendations from her teachers, Club staff, and mentors on her Leadership, Character & Service, Healthy Lifestyle, and Academic Excellence. She also received the highest marks for her 3 required essays about her “Club Experience”, “My Vision of America’s Youth”, and “My Personal Brand”.