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The Lucy Ann Lance Show, 1290 WLBY – Wednesday, May 1, 2013

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Art Trapp and Allison Collins


Saline Area Chamber of Commerce:  A Flag for Every Classroom – Art Trapp, Chamber Executive Director; Allison Collins, Senior, Saline H.S./Girl Scout There is new legislation mandating that Michigan public school students have the opportunity to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, and now a Saline high school senior and girl scout wants to ensure that there is an American flag in every classroom in her district.  Allison Collins is a member of the elite Girl Scout Troop known as the Mackinac Island Honor Guard, and takes pride in her flag duties.
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Alice Penrose


Wellness Wednesday:  “Weighing In” on Choosing a Healthier Future – Dr. Alice Penrose, Medical Director, Washtenaw County Public Health – The Michigan Healthier Tomorrow campaign is asking overweight residents to pledge to lose 10% of their body weight and track their own key health measures.  Can Michigan finally shake off the dubious distinction of being one of the fattest states in the nation?
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Janet Larson


Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce: Wellness Foundation – Janet Larson, Chamber President – For the last few months, the chamber has been working with the Village Council to approve a grant request for funding for a shared-use trail.  The project is designed to fulfill one of the wellness goals of the of the 5 Healthiest Towns initiative.
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James Leonard 2


The Friction Between Washtenaw Community College’s President and Faculty – James Leonard, Writer, Ann Arbor Observer – After two key administrators at Washtenaw Community College left, it soon became apparent that there were disagreements between the school’s president and some of its faculty members.  James Leonard takes us inside the controversy.
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