Brady Perl came in for the morning interview and got a double dose with both Shawn and Hollywood. Brady sang some songs and spoke about his upcoming concert at the Hardy Center in Cambridge.
Barb Dreyer from Pheasants Forever, East Central Spurs, and Bonnie Menigo from the Pine Center For The Arts, were Hollywood's guests today on The Morning Interview Show. They spoke about partnering together for conservation and the arts for their upcoming banquet.
Braham's new police chief along with former Minnesota Highway patrolman Denny O'Brien discussed local policing and the Toward Zero Coalition with Shawn.
Gary Shaw, president of the Cambridge Medical Center and G.Budd Renier MD who specializes in sports medicine talked about the concussion management program at Allina and The Cambridge Medical Center.
Shawn's morning interview guest today was Marie Grundberg from the Braham Event Center. Marie talked about upcoming and on going events at the Braham Event Center as well as being a musician along with her twin sister.
Lisa Krahn, Director of Programs and Services at the 7 County Sr. Federation was Shawn's morning interview guest. Lisa had lots of good info about 7CSF and all they have to offer to seniors in our area. For more information you can call them at 320-679-4700 or contact them online at www.7countyseniors.com
Steve Shurts, President and CEO of East Central Energy stopped in for his monthly interview with Laura. Steve had updates on what's new at ECE and upcoming events.
Once a month Pine City Mayor Carl Pederson, and Executive Director of the Chamber, Becky Schueller stop in to speak with Laura about events and news from Pine City.
Laura's guest this morning was superintendent Ken Gagner. Ken had some great information about what is happening in the schools and upcoming events.
Superintendent of Cambridge-Isanti Schools Dr. Ray Queener, spoke with Laura about upcoming events and other interesting things happening in the school district. He also spoke about the school's new Listening Locker where students can leave suggestions, concerns, or requests. Dr. Queener also talked about the districts AAA winners. The award went to two outstanding Sr. students who excelled in Academics, Arts, and Athletics in the 2017-2018 school year.