Monday we welcomed JImael Johnson and Georgia Kustura with the non-profit, STRIDE (Southcentral Therapeutic Riding). They talked about horse-related therapy services for children and adults soon to be available in the Valley.
If you missed the interview check ou their website at www.stridealaska.org.
On Tuesday morning Helen Munoz was with us at 8:15 to talk her experiences with Valley Hospice Resources. See their web site for more information: www.valleyhospiceresources.com.
And then on Wednesday, December 7th we met with local historian
and Matanuska College Director,Talis Colberg at 7:30 A.M.
We followed up with another report of Tuesday night’s Assembly meeting from the Citizen Lobbyist at 8:00 A.M.
On Thursday, Ann Lane, president of the Palmer Museum of History and Art, shared information about upcoming events. On Friday evening a new art acquisition will be revealed. The event begins at 6 P.M. at the Palmer Museum of History and art building in downtown Palmer.
Friday, Dave and Mike will welcome a mystery guest to share the secrets of Colony Christmas.