The Lucy Ann Lance Show – Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Listen to Hour 1: 8 AM-9 AM (Repeated at 10 AM):

Listen to Hour 2: 9 AM-10 AM:

Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform

  • Jarrett Skorup, Policy Analyst, Mackinac Center for Public Policy

A call to end civil asset forfeiture, where police are allowed to seize property linked to a crime even if charges are never filed, is bringing together some unlikely groups.

Saline Area Chamber of Commerce: Salt Springs Brewery

  • Art Trapp, Chamber Executive Director
  • Ron Schofield, Salt Springs Brewery
  • Owners Ron Schofield and Mark Zadvinskis
  • Executive Chef, Justin Dalenberg

A 116 year-old former Methodist church in downtown Saline is now one of the hottest brew pub restaurants in the region.  Salt Springs Brewery offers farm to table offerings, ingredients sourced locally, and everything is made fresh daily, including in-house breads, meats, and cheeses.

For more information about menu items, reservations, or items for purchase, click here

Concordia University: Family Life Program

  • Dr. Steve Christopher, Family Life Program, School of Education

The Family Life major offered at Concordia University provides many job opportunities for graduates of this program.

Educational Foundation Bolsters Links to Community

  • Linh Song, Executive Director, Ann Arbor Public Schools Educational Foundation

The Ann Arbor
Public Schools Educational Foundation has given more than $1 million in grants to schools and awards to students.  Now in its 25th anniversary year, the AAPSEF is expanding its reach into the community.

The Pastor’s Perspective: Reflecting on the Pope’s U.S. Visit

  • Fr. James Conlon, Pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church

In this inaugural edition of The Pastor’s Perspective, Fr. James addresses conservatives who take issue with Pope Francis’s position on climate change, poverty and redistribution of wealth.