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The Wiregrass Local Podcast
43 minutes | Dec 1, 2021
176: Izell Reece
You can tell a lot about someone by how they spend their time. A lot of people get to a certain level of success in life and bump it into neutral and coast their way to retirement. Some others keep pushing and seeking something that they may not have had as a child. And some people, like Izell Reese, never stop pushing to give back to the community that made him who he is today. Check out what Izell has going on in Episode 176 of The Local Podcast!
36 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
175: Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity has been doing great things in The Wiregrass for a long time. Their annual Restoration Bid & Buy is around the corner so check out Episode 175 and find out how you can help support the Wiregrass Habitat for Humanity! Special thanks to their Board Chairman, Josh Chapman for coming by to see us this morning!
40 minutes | Sep 15, 2021
174: The 6th annual Bloody Mary Festival
After taking a year off from going to events people are starting to get moving again. Check out Episode 174 to find out about the 6th Annual Bloody Mary Festival at the Market Shops in Miramar Beach. Dubbed as the LARGEST tailgating party on the Emerald Coast, The Market Shops 6th Annual Bloody Mary Festival is taking place on October 23, 2021! Come enjoy a great weekend with some amazing talent! Be sure to hit https://themarketshops.com/ for tickets! They are going FAST!
44 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
173: Coffee County Arts Alliance
The arts... They shape our personal taste, they create culture and beauty. Check out Episode 173 with The Coffee County Arts Alliance and find out how you can get enrichment from your life by supporting the arts!
65 minutes | Jul 21, 2021
172: Minor Hymns
Brad Clayton and Taylor Keahey have been playing music together for decades in some form. Between individual recordings and collaborations these 2 have some serious history together. Over the last year theyve come together to form the record label Minor Hymns. Check out episode 172 and find out their backgrounds, where their passion comes from and whats next for the label. Peep it and check out all the Minor Hymns offerings on iTunes and Spotify! https://music.apple.com/us/album/splitting-the-atom-single/1575485539 https://open.spotify.com/album/17Uw4Iwma35dmsl7eVDPw0?si=bNaRq73pQmGWNQtjDWds-w&dl_branch=1
90 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
170: Embrace Alabama Kids
Check out Episode 170 with Southeast Alabama Kids! They are a non profit who specializes in Foster care as well as just giving kids hope and providing healthy relationships to ensure success. They've been around for over 100 years and their mission has always put children first. Check em out in Episode 170!
57 minutes | Jun 16, 2021
171: Rachel Hawkins
Check out Episode 171 with Rachel Hawkins. Rachel has been writing Young Adult novels for the last decade with some really great success. From book touring to pandemic times, find out more about Rachel and her process. She will also be in Dothan the 22nd of June to hang out and promote her newest work, "The Wife Upstairs" at Wiregrass Museum of Art. Thank you to Friends of the Library for connecting us.
90 minutes | May 28, 2021
170: Embrace Alabama Kids
EMbrace Alabama Kids began as a Methodist Ministry back in the 1800's. over 130 years later they are still a beacon of hope for kids in the foster care system. Kids in foster care aren't there because they did something, they are there because something happened to them. Check out episode 170 to find out about their programs, personal investments and relationships that Embrace Alabama Kids provides for our area!
46 minutes | Apr 15, 2021
169: The Untrained Edit
Everyone has a calling. For a lot of us, figuring out your purpose is a lifelong journey. For others, things naturally progress in a positive direction because of the passion and experiences someone has. For Caleigh Parsons it has been the culmination of her recruiting skills, her eye for beauty and a desire to promote skilled and passionate artists from our area. Hang out with us as we discuss The Untrained Edit, how she started working on it and what she hopes to bring for the future!
71 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
168: Exchange Center for Child Abuse Prevention
Pam Miles stopped in to discuss Child Abuse Prevention and what the Exchange Center can do to help! The Exchange Center is made up of a team that’s passionate about empowering families to thrive in a safe and happy home. Check out Episode 168 and #bewhatshappening!
60 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
167: Beth Ford from The Saliba Center
Beth came by this week to discuss all the amazing programs provided by The Saliba Center. We talk about the importance of community and helping each other attain our goals! Dothan's Saliba Center for Families is a public, non-profit agency offering a wide array of social services at no cost. They specialize in prevention and intervention services to help strengthen families to help them help themselves.
57 minutes | Mar 13, 2021
166: Wiregrass Noms
Wiregrass Nom's stopped by this week and talked about their exciting adventure in eating local! Wiregrass Noms is an Instagram account cataloging various locally owned restaurants. Check them out and #bewhatshappening.
67 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
165 Mollie Byrd LMT Mixdown
Join Justin as he sits down with Mollie Byrd. Mollie has been working as a Licensed Massage Therapist since 2011. Her unique view of the world, including her passion for mental health make her especially effective in her field. Check out episode 165 and see how she incorporates her knowledge of massage with her knowledge of positive self image and personal wellness.
42 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
164: Panda Organics and Bushel and a Peck Handcrafted
Hang out with us as we discuss being in business in these crazy times. Laura has been hand pouring her small, hand-poured batches for a while and found Panda Organics to be a great retailer to help get her products out. Amanda from Panda Organics emphasizes the importance of sustainable living and we discuss the importance of upcycling and staying motivated! Enjoy Episode 164!
84 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
163: Mural City Coffee
Check out Episode 163 as I sit down with Zach Swan from Mural City Coffee Co! We talk about the importance of relationships in busines as well as some of his favorite things. We go over finding the inspiration for what Mural City has become. Check out Episode 163 and #bewhatshappening!
90 minutes | Feb 5, 2021
159: The Harbor
Join us as we discuss our homeless issues and some solutions with the director of The Harbor, Cody Kirchoff.
97 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
162: SayIt Hotdogs & More
Join Justin as he hangs out tiwht Edger and Lisha from SayIt Hotdogs & More. They discuss opening during a pandemic, getting started and the necessity of community when it comes to business. Their food is delicious and their personalities are awesome! Check out Episode 162 now!
82 minutes | Jan 4, 2021
161: Brandon Harrell
Our favorite running realtor is back in the office as we discuss ameneties around the Wiregrass! Join Justin and Brandon as they talk retail, active lifestyles and all the ways to #bewhatshappening in our area!
73 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
160.3:The Cloth and The Sloth
In our Cloth and the Sloth wrap up episode Peter and Justin discuss explaining to Jesus that he has to die in order for his mission to be fulfilled, trying to explain to your husband that God got you pregnant and how having Jesus as a sibling could be problematic.
61 minutes | Dec 22, 2020
160.1: The Cloth and the Sloth 2
For years Peter Wong and I have been talking about sifting through questions about religion, wisdom and literal interpretations of The Bible. This is one of the more candid series that we've done but its a good one! Check it out and #bewhatshappening. This will be an ongoing series as well so if you have any questions that YOU would like to ask, feel free to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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