This week, Pam Bunch is focusing on the small business sector by talking with and about people who have a dream to own their own businesses. To do this, she is talking to individuals who sought help from the Small Business Center at Isothermal Community College. Bunch also talks to the director of the SBC, who can talk about what people can expect when they come to the Small Business Center for help.
As a loyal member for many years, I listen all day at work and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights.
In 1989 my husband climbed on top of our two story bike shop building to put up an antenna just to hear WNCW all day. We also raised 3 kids on WNCW. Two live in West Asheville, one is a musician in Florida, and all three have great taste in music.
This week, Pam Bunch will focus on the small business sector by talking with and about people who have a dream to own their own businesses. To do this, she decided to talk to individuals who sought help from the Small Business Center at Isothermal Community College. Bunch also talks to the director of the SBC, who can talk about what people can expect when they come to the Small Business Center for help. The first interview is with Chris Carroll, who lost his job in home construction when the economy took a downturn. He decided to check into the
The Facebook Data Center Site in Forest City, NC has announced it is accepting applications for the 2012 Community Action Grants. Pam Bunch spoke with Site Manager George Henry on Monday to discuss how organizations in Rutherford County can apply, the deadline for applications, and the types of organizations and ideas that Facebook is looking for in awarding $100,000 in grant money this year. This is the second year that Facebook/Forest City has awarded these grants, and they are very welcome in a county that has suffered severely from unemployment over the years of the recession.
The Environntal and Conservation Organization of Western North Carolina is 25 years old and will celebrate this achievement with a concert this week. Pam Bunch spoke with David Weintraub, executive Director of ECO-WNC, about the organizations first 25 years, the upcoming concert and the next 25 years of stewardship of Western North Carolina's vital resources.
The Indianapolis Prize is an award given to an individual conservationist who has made significant achievements across the globe in advancing the sustainability of an animal species or group of species. The award was created to honor them, their stories, and inspire others to join them on a lifelong quest to save what can never be replaced. The prize is awarded every two years, and the $100,000 award represents the largest individual monetary award for animal conservation in the world.
Today only, we're offering you one more opportunity to get a Music Shed Grab Bag. Due to limited supplies, we wanted to fulfill the all the requests for grab bags from our spring pledge drive. We've fulfilled all those requests and have some left. Request your grab bag when you call 1-800-245-8870.