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We are repeating a broadcast from August 8th, 2019: Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle in October 2018 and left the town of Mexico Beach, Florida completely devastated. A team of storytellers from Tallahassee, Florida partnered with individuals and entities from around the country to do something to help. Alex Workman joins us to talk about him and his wife’s project “Never Forgotten Coast”.
Founded in 1991, the Alzheimer’s Project serves as a primary resource for communities across the Big Bend as they deal with the financial and emotional devastation wrought by Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.
Executive Director Debbie Moroney will talk with Brien about the many ways in which this dynamic organization provides activities and support services for those afflicted with the disease and those family members who are the caregivers struggling to keep up with the magnitude of the demands.
An upcoming music festival and fundraiser entitled “Heart of Bluegrass” is scheduled for Saturday, September 14 at Jubilee Orchards from 11:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m. Festival coordinator Wayne Tate will talk with Brien about the powerhouse line up of talent scheduled for the event, including Tallahassee favorite “Crossroad“. The band will perform several songs live on set during the show.