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Segment 2 – 13:05
Segment 3 – 26:40
Segment 4 – 36:03
Friday’s edition of In Focus featured a full slate of guests from K-State Research and Extension, the Riley County Seniors Service Center, T. Russell Reitz Animal Shelter, and Wareham Hall Incorporated.
The show opened with a conversation with KSRE Family and Consumer Sciences Agent Megan Dougherty about Medicare Open Enrollment — which opened October 15 and continues through December 7 — and the services/counseling offered for Medicare beneficiaries through KSRE.
The program continued with Seniors Service Center Director Liz Nelson, highlighting their Medicare services as well as the approaching Thanksgiving meal and the center’s long-standing fitness program.
Animal Shelter Intake Coordinator Brandon Sokol joined the program for the third quarter, discussing an upcoming pet vaccination opportunity in November at the Douglass Center as well as previewing the Howl & Prowl event. The shelter also has free or reduced cat adoptions through October.
The program ended with a visit from Wareham Hall, Inc. Board President Blade Mages. He shared thoughts on the impetus for the purchasing of the Wareham Opera House as well as some of the visioning going on within the non-profit organization as they look to the future.