Canton graduates Kyle Clinton and Jay Jasinski used their background in film making to create Great Lakes TV, an internet based travel show that will focus on Michigan. 88.1 the Park’s Public Affairs Director, Sydney Wallace recently interviewed Clinton about creating the TV show and their future plans.
Canton High School graduate, Kathryn Flucht, recently appeared on the television game show Jeopardy. 88.1 the Park’s Daniel Schoenherr recently talked with Kathryn about the experience. They also talked about her time on the 88.1 the Park staff and her studies as an accounting student at Grand Valley State University.
The Plymouth-Canton Community Schools is asking voters to consider a Bond Proposal to improve facilities, enhance safety and security, provide technology upgrades and purchase school buses. The district is asking residents to maintain the current school debt levy of 4.02 mills which will raise $275,000,000 for improvements. Superintendent Monica Merritt spoke with Beth Rayl, the district’s Chief Academic Officer, Kurt Tyszkiewicz, Executive Director of Student Services, and Nick Brandon, Executive Director of Communications and Marketing.
The interview will air live on 88.1 the Park on Tuesday February 11, 18, 25, and March 3 following Newsfile at 5:30.
88.1 the Park will host their annual Record/CD/Music Memorabilia Show on Saturday February 22, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Salem High School Cafeteria. 88.1 the Park’s, Lucy Nielson, spoke with 88.1’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, about the show, record collecting and his favorite music.
88.1 the Park Sports Director, Rohan Ghantasala, and members of the 88.1 Sports Staff, spotlight the Girl’s Basketball Teams at Canton and Plymouth High Schools. They talked with Salem Sophomore Marissa Henry, Plymouth Senior Sophie Zelek, Canton Senior Katie Curry, and Canton Coach Rob Heitmeyer.