Podcasts: Focus Podcasts

Focus Podcasts

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Focus 12/1 – Ovarian Cancer

Guest: Ovarian Cancer Survivor and Singer Monica Hay

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Focus 11/24 – Concussion

Guest: Devin Spears, Lead Athletic Trainer at Memorial Medical Sports Care. Show Date: November 24, 2013.

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Focus 11/17 – The American Lung Association

Guest: Michael Mark, Senior Vice President of HelpLine Services, and Sarah Tapscott, Manager of Special Events.

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Focus 11/10 – Winter Weather Preparedness

Guest: Chris Miller, Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Lincoln. Show Date: November 10, 2013

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Focus 11/3 – A Variety Show

Show Date: November 3, 2013

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Focus 10/27 – The Springfield Art Association

Guest: Betsy Dollar, Executive Director of the Springfield Art Association

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Focus 10/20 – A Variety of Topics

A Variety of Topics. Show Date: October 20, 2013

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Focus 10/13 – A Variety of Topics

A Variety of Topics – Show Date: October 13, 2013

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Focus 10/6 – American Cancer Society’s Be Aware Womens’ Fair

Guests: Tiffany Lowers, Lindsay Nation, and Terry Dambacher

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Focus 9/29 – Sangamon County Citizens Efficiency Commission

Guests: Karen Hasara, chair, and Jim Donlon and Marilyn Kushack, members.

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