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WKOK Sunrise Wednesday 4/26 with Chad Hershberger:

6:10am: Julie Corrigan, Carol Lamparter, and Robin Jarrell on the faith-based local activist group Isaiah 6:8 Finding The Way (Recorded Part II)

7:10am: Andrew Miller, Executive Director, Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau, on the $366 million spent on tourism in The Valley each year. We discuss the upcoming Backyard Tourism Promotion Week, the Heritage and Fun Passports, the River Rat Brew Trail, and the huge impact that visitors have here.

7:40am: Ellen Boyer, Director of Theater, Shikellamy School District, on this week’s spring musical Fiddler on the Roof. She will bring Tevye: Camden Hare; Tzeitel: Natalie Shoch; Mottle the Tailor: Patrick Alvarez; and Golde: Heather Beveridge.

Where: Shikellamy High School Auditorium, Walnut Street, Sunbury, PA. 7 PM Thursday, April 27th, Friday, April 28th and Saturday, April 29th. Sunday, April 30 2 PM. Tickets are $6 for standard reserved seating and $10 for premium reserved seating. Call 570-286-3760 or email boyere@shikbraves.org to purchase tickets.

On The Mark with host Joe McGranaghan and guest co-host Chad Hershberger:

8:30am to 10:00am: Open phones. Chad is the director of  Camp Mt. Luther and is a prolific free lance writer, consultant and outreach help to a number of organizations. He is a former WKOK news anchor and former Northumberland County outreach specialist. He brings left leaning viewpoints and a wide range of experiences to On The Mark.

WKOK Sunrise Thursday 4/27 with Chad Hershberger:

6:10am: Stephanie Burke and Tammy Clinger, of the By Grace Woman’s Transitional Home in Middleburg, on the start up of the much needed ministry on The Valley, and the issue of homelessness in general. We’ll discuss the hidden homelessness and what circumstances lead families to see shelter (Recorded, Part one of two).

7:10am:  Andrew Miller, Executive Director, Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau, on the $366 million spent on tourism in The Valley each year. We discuss the upcoming Backyard Tourism Promotion Week, the Heritage and Fun Passports, the River Rat Brew Trail, and the huge impact that visitors have here (Recorded, part two of two parts).

7:40am: Tom Gegenheimer, Director, Sunbury City Band, on the bands rich history, and its current popularity. We’ll discuss their spring concert (Monday (May 1st at 7:00pm at First Presbyterian Church, 238 Market Street, Sunbury). The concert has free admission, but donations will be accepted. All proceeds go the church’s soup kitchen. They will be performing a wide variety of music, a few marches, an inspiriting variation of the hymn “Be Thou My Vision,” some theme music from the “Blues Brothers,” music from James Bond, and more.  

On The Mark with host Joe McGranaghan and guest co-host Dwayne Heisler:

8:30am to 10:00am: Open phones. Dwayne is the former owner of Remit Corporation, he is one of the most active Progressive leaders in The Valley.  He was a 2016 Bernie Sanders delegate, and is the Pennsylvania Democratic Party LGBT Caucus Secretary, a member of the Columbia County Democratic Committee, the state Democratic Committee and has been active all over the state and the country advocating for Progressive and Democratic ideals.

WKOK Sunrise Friday 4/28 with Chad Hershberger:

6:10am:  Andrew Miller, Executive Director, Susquehanna River Valley Visitors Bureau, on many upcoming events, initiatives and updates. (Recorded, part two of two).

7:10am: Steve Stumbris, Director, Bucknell University Small Business Development Center, on National Small Business Week, the work of the SBDC, the Small Business of the Year award next week, and next week’s Small Business Expo in Lewisburg.

7:40am: Movie Mike McGranaghan, professional movie critic, author and ‘women-in-cinema’ advocate, with his review of ‘Unforgettable,’ and he’ll have words about new movies. He’ll discuss entertainment news and any recently dead celebrities (Erin Moran?).

On The Mark with guest host Than Mitchell, and guest co-host Ben Reichley:

8:30am to 10:00am: Open phones.

WKOK Sunrise Monday 5/1 with Mark Lawrence:

6:10am: Stephanie Burke and Tammy Clinger, of the By Grace Woman’s Transitional Home in Middleburg, on the start up of the much needed ministry on The Valley, and the issue of homelessness in general. We’ll discuss the hidden homelessness and what circumstances lead families to see shelter (Recorded, Part two of two).

7:10am: Northumberland County Youth Leadership Team, with Braden and Carolyn Richardson on a Mental Health Awareness event coming up May 4, from 5:30-8:00 pm in Cameron Park in Sunbury.  The goal is to raise awareness about mental health issues and hear from a local musical artist, T-ravill (Travis Wilt), who is going to perform and speak about his personal struggles with mental health issues when he was growing up.  In addition, there will be various providers of family/children services with information tables.

7:40am: Gail Kulp, Executive Director, Susquehanna Greenway Partnership, on the work of the Partnership, national Safe Boating Week, and their upcoming sojourn.

On The Mark with Mark Lawrence and co-host Joe McGranaghan:

8:30am to 10:00am: Open phones.

Listen to past Shows

Mark Lawrence & Joe McGranaghan discuss Judge Neil Gorsuch’ first case (Church and state issue) as well as, equal pay for equal work–and play (tennis!).

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