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, 1600 WTZQ, or online here at www.wtzq.com.
Local Focus Interviews
Phillippe Ross and Rev. Tim Canniff-Kuhn from Lutheridge Camp and Conference Center share info on Lutheridge and some upcoming camp opportunities.
Caroline Long tells us of the great work provided by St Gerard House and about the upcoming Mardi Gras party!
Lyndsey Simpson, President of the Board at Hands On! Children’s Museum, announced that tickets are now on sale for the 1st Annual Wonder Gala presented by AdventHealth.
Pat Tukey with the Symphony tells us about the upcoming Glitter Ball to benefit the Hendersonville Symphony.
Laura Rice from Blue Ridge Humane Society and Mike and Sam from the Dugout talk about the Dugout Superbowl party to benefit BRHS.
Hendersonville Rotary Club President Milton Butterworth and Public Image Chair Bryan b2 Byrd shared the mission and focus of Rotary International and how it is expressed in our Q-munity.
Lisa K. Bryant with Flat Rock Playhouse gives an overview of current enhancements at FRP and an overview of the 2019 season on the Breakfast Club with Mark & Paige.
Summer Stipe with Henderson County Education Foundation ans Stephanie Reasoner from participating restaurant Postero let us know how Food for Thought – Dine Out for Education week is going.
Lisa McDonald and Joe Dinan of Sanctuary Brewing Company and Sweet Bear Rescue Farm invited the Q-munity to Puppy Bowl 2019 at Kanuga Conference Center Gymnasium to benefit Brother Wolf Animal Rescue and Sweet Bear Rescue Farm.
City Manager John Connet talks about the potential of high speed internet via fiber optics coming to our area.
Ryan Pratt with Draw The Line Tattoo Club and Shelley Maupin with The Storehouse talk about an upcoming fundraiser.