Local songwriter and recording artist, Steve Firneno, was recently reflecting back to his teen years and was inspired to write a song called “I’m a Quaranteen.” 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, recently spoke with Steve about the song, his music and the importance of music education.
Morgan Stephens is a Canton High School graduate and current student at Central Michigan University. She organized the Black Lives Matter Protest at Kellogg Park in Plymouth last week. 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with her about organizing the protest.
Calvary Baptist Church in Canton has started the Blessing Box, a 5 foot by 6 foot shed with food and other supplies for families in need in our community. The shed is on the churches property on Joy Road. 88.1 the Park Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Bobbie Lee Barr, Community Life Director for the church, about the Blessing Box.
The Michigan Philharmonic has lost performance opportunities due to COVID-19. They are making adjustments to their schedule this summer, and anticipating performances this fall. This month they are raising money through the national Giving Tuesday Now program, and are able to extend the fundraiser through the end of the month because of a generous gift from a patron. 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Michigan Philharmonic Executive Director, Beth Stewart.
The Plymouth Buicks played their first baseball game 100 years ago this week. The amateur team played one season in Plymouth. 88.1 the Park’s Station Manager, Bill Keith, spoke with Salem Social Studies Teacher, Darrin Silvester, and Plymouth High School Senior, Josh Podzikowski, about the team, other local teams and the American Culture and Baseball class at Plymouth=Canton Educational Park.