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Riley Hubbard

Anthony Terling- Auburn/Opelika Tourism Bureau

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Here’s this morning’s interview with Anthony Terling from the Auburn/Opelika Tourism Bureau as he discusses volunteer opportunities with the tourism bureau and the recent positive tourism statistics for the area.

 

Lee County Probate Judge Bill English

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Check out this morning’s interview with Lee County Probate Judge Bill English, who reviewed Monday night’s committee meeting.

Darrell Weldon- Discover Notasulga Day This Saturday

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Check out this morning’s interview with Darrell Weldon to discuss this Saturday’s Discover Notasulga Day in downtown Notasulga with 75 vendors, 15 food vendors, local gospel groups, local authors, a car show, and more.

Jennifer Lolley- Kreher Nature Preserve

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Jennifer Lolley from Auburn University Nature Preserve joins Zac Blackerby to discuss current summer activities at the nature center.

Darrell Weldon- Discover Notasulga

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Darrell Weldon discusses next Saturday’s Discover Notasulga festival in Downtown Notasulga.

Megan Crouch- Auburn Assistant City Manager

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Auburn Assistant City Manager Megan Crouch discusses her new role with the City of Auburn.

Jordan Graves- Lee County Extension

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Jordan Graves from Lee County Extension sits down with Zac Blackerby to discuss his recent experiences with using drones to map land, hinge cutting, and trail dogs.

Rex Ponder- University Ace Hardware

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Here’s this morning’s interview with Rex Ponder from University Ace Hardware as he discusses the resources available at the store to help with grass and plant funguses as well as getting those armadillos out of your yard that are common during the summer months.

Mary Wynne Kling- Lee County Humane Society

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Check out this morning’s interview with Mary Wynne Kling from the Lee County Humane Society as she discusses a $15 microchip service for your pets, a fundraiser at Another Broken Egg Cafe on June 14th, their low-cost spay and neuter program, and how you can be involved in LCHS’s Summer of Second Chances.

Auburn Chamber of Commerce’s Lolly Steiner

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Lolly Steiner from the Auburn Chamber of Commerce joins Bob Wooddy to discuss a couple of upcoming ribbon cuttings, the next “Leeds to Business” meeting, as well as other events around the Chamber of Commerce.