Sue Wagner

GAR: Gainesville Area Rowing

Today’s episode features Gainesville Area Rowing, a non-profit Florida corporation created to promote rowing as a sport in the Gainesville/Alachua County area. Gainesville Area Rowing teaches physical fitness, nutrition, and psychological skills that lead rowers to heightened mental and physical self-awareness. Through the active participation of its members, the organization …

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Project Youth Build

Today’s episode features Project YouthBuild, a free nine-month educational, occupational, pre-apprenticeship and leadership program for young people in Alachua County ages 16 to 24 who are not in school and have a low-income. While enrolled in Project YouthBuild, participants have the opportunity to earn their high school diploma along with …

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Donkey Hodie – Weekdays at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

The imaginative puppet series follows the adventures of Donkey Hodie, the granddaughter of the original Donkey Hodie character (now known as “Grampy Hodie”), a puppet from MISTER ROGERS’ NEIGHBORHOOD, who appeared in 59 episodes of the beloved classic children’s show from 1968-1993.

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UF PAWS – Pets Are Wonderful Support

Today’s episode features UF PAWS – Pets Are Wonderful Support, a student-run volunteer organization at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in Gainesville. PAWS provides free preventative and primary veterinary care to the pets of disabled and socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals in Alachua County. The mission of PAWS is …

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Cade Museum Inventivity Bash

Today’s episode features the Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention in Gainesville. The Museum will once again host their annual Inventivity Bash on Saturday, May 8. This is the Cade’s premier event where the museum celebrates ideas and innovations that transform our lives and our community.  At the Bash, you …

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Gainesville Thrives!

Today’s episode features Gainesville Thrives! a non-profit organization working to promote tutoring and mentoring for kindergarten through high school students, as well as other services for expectant parents, parents and their infants, toddlers, and preschool children. They seek to achieve long-term academic success for students and stronger and healthier families. …

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Keep Alachua County Beautiful Great American Cleanup

Today’s episode features the Keep Alachua County Beautiful Great American Cleanup on Saturday, April 10 from 9 a.m. to noon beginning at Massey Park Recreation Center in Gainesville.  The main event has been updated to follow all necessary COVID-19 guidelines and sanitized supply kits will be available for volunteers. Cleanup …

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HOPE HOrses Helping PEople

Today’s episode features HOPE HOrses Helping PEople, an equine-assisted program in a healing environment that enhances personal growth, empowerment and well-being. It is located in Archer, Florida. Volunteers of all ages contribute their time and skills to those that enroll in one of HOPE’s programs. Any person diagnosed with an …

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