40 Days for Life AND election season add up to lots of material for conversations online and on-air. My thanks go to Liz Gabert and Jack Kenny who welcomed me to their respective programs this month.
Life With Liz, WSMN Nashua
No written agenda is needed when Liz invites me to join her. She always makes me feel like I’m sitting down for coffee with a friend (which is pretty much what we’re doing!). This time, we talked about the importance of down-ballot offices in this year’s election, with New Hampshire’s Executive Council races as an example. Later in the show, Sister Mary Rose Reddy joined us to talk about the current 40 Days for Life campaign.
I’ll be guest-hosting The Karen Testerman Show on WSMN 1590 Nashua at noon on October 31. My guests will be a couple of my favorite advocates for children, focusing on education choice: Kate Baker of the Children’s Scholarship Fund – New Hampshire, and Michelle Levell of SchoolChoice NH. Tune on online at wsmn1590.com.
Karen Testerman was kind enough to invite me to guest-host her show in the WSMN 1590 (Nashua NH) studio the other day. I got to spend the first twenty minutes or so sharing good news about two of my favorite Nashua-area projects: St. Gianna’s Place, soon to open in Hudson; and CareNet (soon to be Real Options) in Nashua and Manchester, going strong after 30 years. Also, since I had the mic right there, I cheered for the unexpected success of “Unplanned” at the box office.
Too-long-delayed thanks as well to Liz Gabert, another WSMN personality, who welcomed me to “Life with Liz” back in March. I love doing her show, which always includes high spirits and wide-ranging conversation!