Spotlight on Lorain 2016
Broadcasting live from Lorain for Three Straight Days
Tuesday: Lorain Historical Society (329 West 10th Street)
Wednesday: Lorain County Title Office (611 Broadway)
Thursday Lakeview Park (1800 West Erie Ave.)
7-9am/Tuesday, May 24 – Thursday, May. 26
Join us in person or listen live online
The Spotlight on Lorain is underway. If you missed any of the days interviews hear them now on demand by clicking on the Spotlight on Lorain image. As we continue our Spotlight on Lorain Bruce and Craig will talk with more of the local politicians, public school figures and the men and women who run the business that keep the city thriving. This isn’t our first Spotlight series of the year, but it is the first time that our Spotlight features three different locations.
After a successful morning the Lorain Historical Society on Tuesday, we are packing up and moving on. Wednesday morning wake up with us live from the Lorain County Title Office in downtown Lorain. On our final day, Thursday, join on the beach as we broadcast from Lakeview Park. You can hear our Spotlight on Lorain Tuesday, May 24 through Thursday, May 26 from 7am – 9am on AM930 and right here on WEOL.com.
Tuesday, May 24 (Lorain Historical Society)
- We learned about Lorain’s past with Barb Piscopo of the Lorain Historical Society
- Hear how Sarah Majzun-Garwood of the North Coast Building Industry Association is helping build the city up
- The Lorain Lighthouse Foundation’s Frank Sipkovsky gave us the latest news on Lorain’s most recognizable landmark
- Homer Virden, executive director of the Lorain Metropolitan Housing Agency, told us how you can help those in need find homes
- First Federal Saving’s Kory Herchler and JoEllen Tucker let us know about their current promotions.
Wednesday, May 25 (Lorain Title Office)
- Take a peak at what goes on at the Lorain County Clerk of Courts with Tom Orlando
- Retirement may be in the near future for Lorain Public Library Executive Director Joanne Eldridge, but she is still working hard on a number of community projects
- Stephanie Wiersma told us about the latest from Lorain County Health and Dentistry
- Mary Felton of the North Coast Building Industry Association talked about the housing market and the benefits of NCBIA
Thursday, May 26 (Lakeview Park)
- It’s one of the most beautiful beaches in Lorain County, hear more about Lakeview Park and everything it offers with Bryan Goldthorpe
- Mayor Chase Ritenauer talked about us about his city
- Hear how you can help the cause with Bill Harper United Way of Greater Lorain County
- Hear all about the Lorain City Schools with Superintendent Jeff Graham
- The City of Lorain Engineer Office’s Kate Hoffman and Kristen Risch let us know all about the great programs going on this summer on the Black River
- It’s all about Lake Erie! Rick Novak of the Lorain Port Authority told us what is going on by the lake
- Kory Herchler and Lisa Matuszak of First Federal Savings of Lorain told us about the role the North Coast Building Industry Association plays in their business.