Today the second half of a conversation with Erin Rugg and Lynn Fisher, with the Washington County Obesity Prevention Task Force. We’re discussing the Live Healthy Iowa 10 Week Wellness Challenge and how it went in Washington County.
Today part one of a conversation with Erin Rugg and Lynn Fisher, with the Washington County Obesity Prevention Task Force. Now that the Live Healthy Iowa 10 Week Wellness Challenge is over, we’ll discuss how the county did.
Today we talk with John Berdo, Washington County farmer, about this spring and his plans for planting.
Today we talk with Kerri Bell, 2nd Grade teacher at Kalona Elementary, about her project, Traveling Teddies. We’ll discuss the project thats specific to her classroom and an open house thats being held tonight to showcase what the students have done for the project.
Today we begin a conversation with Superintendent of Mid-Prairie School District regarding high school rankings that were released recently, that places Mid-Prairie High School in the top 10 in Iowa, and the top 1200 in the United States.
Katie Karnes, co-owner of Woodin Wheel Antiques, talks about the Kalona Quilt Show & Sale, which begins tomorrow.
Ranee Brokaw, Family and Consumer Science teacher at Iowa Mennonite School, discusses her Culinary Arts Class Exhibitions.
Today, Lynn Fisher, with the Washington County Obesity Prevention Task Force, and Rodney Stogdill, owner of Rider Sales bike shop in Washington, join us to talk about the Year of the Trail. This month’s focus is the Moon Light Bike Ride held on the Kewash Trail every full moon.
Mid-Prairie High School will present their spring musical Cinderella. Today, Katie Beary, English and drama teacher at the High School, joins us to discuss this spring’s show.
FFA Instructor at Iowa Mennonite School, Karen Van De Walle talks about how the Wellman Community Garden meeting went earlier this month and what their next step is.
Norma Yoder, Kalona Chamber of Commerce Director, joins us to talk about the Byways Tour, whcih began its 2013 season today, and their new tour bus.
Today, we continue a conversation with Todd Werner, WACO High School principal, regarding their 4+1 school week they’re set to debut this fall. We’ll talk specifically about some of the options students will have on Fridays.
Today, the first half of a conversation with Todd Werner, WACO High School principal, regarding their 4+1 school week they’re set to debut this fall. We’ll talk specifically about some of the options students will have on Fridays.
Volunteer with the National Civilian Community Corps, a branch of Americorps, Maryann Walbert, talks about what her group is up to in Louisa County.
Mid-Prairie’s Speech Team is coming off a season filled with success. Today, those who went to the All-State Speech Festival talk about their experience and their projects.
Stephen Jennings, CEO, owner and founder of Grasshorse Studios in Winfield, discusses the Virtual Reality Education Pathfinders, or VREP, program that’s being used at a number of schools across the state. Jennings will speak at VREP Innovation Showcase tomorrow.
Today, Steve Stout discusses his connection with The Ballet Folklorico Los Angelitos and Casa Hogar Los Angelitos, an orphanage in Manzanillo, Mexico.
Today Erin Rugg, Co-Chair of Washington County’s Healthiest State Initiative, discusses the Live Healthy Iowa 10 Week Wellness Challenge, which ends tomorrow.
Today we talk to Washington County Master Gardener about her plans for this spring. We’ll go over what kinds of vegetables can be planted now, and she’ll provide tips for those looking to get into their garden.