The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Saturday, May 19, 2012
Click & Listen to HOUR 1 (9 AM-10 AM): [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/lal-1.mp3]
Washtenaw County Sheriff Jerry Clayton – Stand Up Speak Up: Sheriff Clayton and the Washtenaw County Council of Clergy are making a joint appeal to the religious community to help make an impact on crime. The goal is to encourage church leaders to share with their congregations that they have a moral responsibility to report crime safely and anonymously through Crime Stoppers’ 1.800.SPEAK.UP.
Click & Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/clayton.mp3]
Pet of the Week: Deb Kern, Marketing Director, Humane Society of Huron Valley – Deb reports from the Walk & Walk and Run going on at Rolling Hills Park. 600 dogs and 1,000 people are helping to raise $150,000 for the animals at the Humane Society. Deb also tells us about our Pet of the Week, a sweetheart we’ve talked about before. Ziggy, a two year-old Terrier/Pit Bull mix has yet to be adopted. Ziggy is a hero who helped to save the life of a Chihuahua! He is an intelligent and loving dog, and desperately needs a family to love.
Click & Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/pet.mp3]
Mary Morgan, Publisher, Ann Arbor Chronicle – Candidate Update for Ann Arbor Mayor & Washtenaw County Commissioners: Find out why Albert Howard won’t be on the Ann Arbor Mayoral ballot as a Republican, and why a series of technical glitches have forced Dexter’s Eric Borregard off the ballot for Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners, at least for now. Also, Mary explains what’s behind the Planning Commission’s vote to postpone action on a request to expand Knight’s Market.
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Around the Home: How to Remodel Green: Pete Nowakowski, BRAG Ann Arbor Marketing & Communications Director; Bob Burnside, Owner, Fireside Home Construction – What you can do to improve your home while improving the impact building can have on the environment. Tips include ways to save money on energy costs, buying local, and reducing waste.
Click & Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/home.mp3]
Click & Listen to HOUR 2 (10 AM-11 AM): [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/lal-2.mp3]
Tina Miller, R.D. /Meijer Healthy Living Advisor –Taste of Summer Grilling: Get your grill on with great tips on backyard cooking. Tina’s grill recipes include Burger & A Beer, Grilled Steak Pita, and a Nutty Banana Sundae. Yes, a sundae!
Click & Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/tina.mp3]
How Did Michigan Cities Get Their Names?: Travel Michigan: David Lorenz, Manager of Public & Industry Relations, Travel Michigan (a division of the Michigan Economic Development Council) – A fun look at the origins of the monikers for Michigan towns.
Click to Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/dave.mp3]
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute: Ann Arbor Residents Play A Role in Project to Prevent Car Collisions – Jim Sayer, UMTRI Program Mgr./Associate Research Scientist; Francine Romine, UMTRI Director of Marketing & Communications: 3,000 Ann Arbor motorists who drive the northeast corridor of town are needed to participate in a wireless project where their cars will be outfitted with a device designed to prevent crashes. The program is a project of the UM Transportation Research Institute and is being funded in part through the U.S. Department of Transportation. Named Safety Pilot Model Deployment, it is the largest connected-vehicle, street-level pilot project in the western hemisphere.
Click to Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/umtri.mp3]
Click & Listen to HOUR 3 (11 AM-12 PM): [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/lal-3.mp3]
Damian On Design: Design Innovations: Damian Farrell, Architect, Damian Farrell Design Group; Wendy Rampson, City of Ann Arbor Planning Manager – Five years ago Ann Arbor launched a community conversation about the type of design it wanted to see for its downtown. That has now resulted in a set of design guidelines and a Design Review Board comprised of experts in the field who help guide the process. We take a look at three distinct projects underway in downtown Ann Arbor.
Click to Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/damian.mp3]
Events This Week with Ann Arbor Observer’s Katie Whitney: Katie joins us with a snapshot of great events for you to enjoy around the Ann Arbor area. Click below to listen to our conversation, and visit the Observer’s website at www.arborweb.com and list your own events.
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Non-Profit Spotlight: Summer Camp Scholarships: Sending Every Eligible 4th & 5th Grader in Washtenaw County to Camp: Debbie Swartz, Board Chair; David Cone, Treasurer; Marilyn Ratliff, Founder/Executive Director – Studies show that children are more likely to retain the independence and self-confidence learned at camp when they are younger, the camp session is longer, and they attend for more than one summer. Using the National Free Lunch Program as qualification, Summer Camp Scholarships provides the resources for impoverished Washtenaw County children to experience the benefits of going away to camp.
Click & Listen: [audio:http://www.lance-erskine.com/audio/051412/npo.mp3]