Giving thanks comes in many forms, and in many ways. Common to all is the character quality of humility. To be humble is to embrace the beginning of all wisdom.
For our 11th-anniversary Thanksgiving show, we have assembled a lineup of guests from 2022 who shared their hearts and their hopes, their disappointments, and their successes. In all, we are inspired by their humility, their gratefulness, and their ability to encourage each of us to offer up our own prayer of thanks.
Sue Semrau leads off with her reflections on “climbing the next mountain”. Nashid Madyun will talk with Brien about his efforts to preserve Florida’s cultural heritage, and Kristin Dozier will share with us her vision for Tallahassee’s future as she looks back upon her 12 years of service to our community as Leon County Commissioner District 5.
Tom Flanigan leads off our second hour with his analysis of the many ways in which Tallahassee has changed and is changing. Valerie Scoon will talk about her most recent documentary entitled “Invisible History: Middle Florida’s Hidden Roots concerning the history of Leon County’s slave-based economy.
Wayne Hooks will share his devotion to remembering our fallen veterans with the annual Christmas campaign entitled “Wreaths Across America”. Closing out our show, Laquita and Rory Sharrock will provide us a candid discussion concerning Laquita’s courageous victory over breast cancer.
Listen Saturday morning at 7:00 on RealTalk WVFT 93.3FM Tallahassee.