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.
Sponsored by Crossnore School & Children’s Home
Local Focus Interviews
Participating artist Miriam Hughes and a long-time attendee Marjorie Hooks joined us in the studio to talk about the Open Studio Tour experience, a presentation of The Art League of Henderson County, and the sneak preview at
Molly Goode and Landon Anders tell us how to get involved in the upcoming Hendersonville Walk To End Alzheimer’s.
Local Historian Terry Ruscin tells of his new book and reminds us of the presentation and book signing at the Historic Courthouse Sep 15 at 2pm.
Summer Stipe with HCEF and Graham Fields of Park Ridge Health inform us about the upcoming golf tournament to benefit Henderson County Education Foundation.
Bill Ramsey talks about our Public Library system and informs of the upcoming book sale.
Jim Kelly with Aging Projects, Inc. and Tom Hager, Executive Director of LifeCare Center of Hendersonville tell us about the upcoming Aging In Place. It’s In Your Future National Conference.
Lee Smith and Laura Cline talk about the upcoming Apple Festival Kiwanis Club Breakfast joined by sponsors Graham Fields with Park Ridge Health and David Riddell of Big Frog Custom T-Shirts.
Dr’s Rick Starkweather and George Lindenfeld share information about Reset Therapy – a breakthrough therapy for those suffering from PTSD.
Mark Madsen gives advice on how to avoid, protect and take care of your Leyland Cypress trees that may be suffering from a recent local canker.