On Friday at 1:00 pm KRVM hosts Adam Huizenga and Stu Allen bring you conversations with local representatives of non-profit organizations and governmental agencies on Focus on Community. These conversations are intended to inform listeners about events and services that are available in our community in order to promote engagement as recipients of services, or as volunteers. Guests on KRVM’s Focus on Community are as varied as the Superintendent of Schools, or the Executive Director of Friends of Trees. Guests represent organizations who provide services such as affordable housing, food insecurity, mental health issues, mediation, and more. Government agency guests have covered topics such as Education, Public Health, Employment, Environmental issues and more.
April 21: Robert Miller from Cascadia Quest will discuss wilderness rites of passage, and other nature immersed personal growth and educational experiences offered by the organization.
- April 28: Mindy Linder from Eugene Concert Choir will preview the upcoming “Tin Pan Alley Follies” show, performed by Eugene Concert Choir accompanied by a jazz combo.
- May 12: Communication and Events Manager, Sasha Elliot from Greenhill Humane Society will discuss the work of the organization and upcoming events like Bark in the Park, on May 21st.
- May 19: Ken Martin and Jerry Oltion from the Eugene Astronomical Society will discuss all aspects of the upcoming eclipse, including how to safely view it.