7:40am – Author Sue Macy told us about her new Book Motor Girls which tells the history of famous woman drivers.
8:10am – The Lorain County General Health District’s Katie Bevan and Marissa Wayner came by the show to talk about Diabetes awareness and how your eating choices are impacted by the people around you.
7:20am – According to a recent survey, only 10 percent of women working are “very confident” in their ability to fully retire with a comfortable lifestyle. Why is this? Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies President, Catherine Collinson told us this morning.
8:10am – The Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio has started their Harvest for Hunger Campaign. This morning Susan Bartosh of Second Harvest Food Bank and Kevin Nelson, of Northwest bank, told us how the campaign is going.
8:40am – There is a lot going on these days at the Oberlin Heritage Center. We talked all about the upcoming programs with Liz Schultz, Executive Director of the Oberlin Heritage Center, today on the Morning Show.
8:10am – Bill Harper of the United Way of Greater Lorain County talked about the organizations Tax Prep Coalition and boiled peanuts.
8:40am – Psychiatrist and bestselling author Dr. Gail Saltz examines the latest scientific discoveries and profiles famous geniuses who have been diagnosed with all manner of brain “problems” in his latest book The Power of Different: The Link Between Disorder and Genius.
8:20am – The State of Ohio and Lorain County are in the midst of battle against opiate drugs. This morning Elyria based Chemical Dependency Councilor Marva Jones explained how we got here and how the fight is continuing.
Craig Adams was at the Partnership Launch Celebration on Friday for Lorain County Community College and Lake Erie College. Hear sound from the event below.
Jim Walborn of Banyan Technology – talked about the advantages of the collaboration
LCCC President Marcia Ballinger introduces Studen Business Club founder David Fairburn
7:20am – When it comes to power accessories it can be heard spotting the counterfeits. This morning Ann Harkins, President and CEO of the National Crime Prevention Council, gave us tips for spotting those fakes.