WTZQ’s flagship Q-munity feature where we speak to the non-profit, civic, government, and volunteer leaders about the issues and topics that effect life in Western North Carolina.
Tune in to Local Focus every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:05am on Q- 95.3 FM, AM1600, or online here at www.wtzq.com.
Local Focus Interviews
Elizabeth Moss with IAM shares with us the challenges they are facing with increasing need here in Henderson County. She also shares how the public can help.
Darrell Tharp tells about Amazing Grace’s Angel Tree of Giving and talks about this weekends Christmas Tree auction to support food, clothing and Christmas Toy programs offered by Amazing Grace Ministries.
Board Member Richard Labunski talks about FOTL’s new bookstore in support of our Henderson County Public Library.
Ronnie Pepper announces they are extending nominations for this year’s Walk of Fame till Jan, 15th, 2021. He also let’s us know of upcoming changes in the Walk of Fame celebration due to the pandemic.
Blue Ridge Humane Society Executive Director Angela Proderick tells us about the different ways they are celebrating the 70th birthday of BRHS.
Camp Kanuga’s VP Jimmy Haden talks about next summers camp and that registration will be opening soon.
Bessie Bright shares information on this weekend’s Craft Fair with money raised going to support the DOES community programs.
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Hendersonville Family YMCA Executive Director LK Paden talks about they way the Y has continued to serve the community during the pandemic. Free meals, virtual workouts and more. Also how the Y makes community stronger and healthier
Today we spoke with Lynette from Back On Track Resale and Addiction Ministries to find out what they do and how we can help support them and the amazing work they do right here in our Q-munity.