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Pace Center for Girls

Today’s episode features the Pace Center for Girls in Gainesville. The Center is recognized as a national model for reducing recidivism and improving school success, employment and self-sufficiency for girls. Executive Director Natalya Bannister and Pace Center student Ireland Dryer talk about the history and accomplishments of the Pace Center …

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Aces in Motion

Today’s program features Aces in Motion. The organization uses tennis to promote character development, academic achievement and a healthy lifestyle to people of all abilities, with a focus on under resourced communities. Executive Director Addison Staples and Board Member and Alachua County School Board Members Tina Certain share their experiences …

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FANFARES & FIREWORKS Performance Preview

Today’s program features representatives from two of the four performance groups at WUFT’s FANFARES & FIREWORKS. The free family-friendly Independence Day Eve event will be on July 3 at the UF Bandshell in Gainesville. Gary Langford, UF Music Professor Emeritus and Conductor of the Gainesville Community Band joins Bear and …

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Gainesville Emergency Management and Fire Rescue

Today’s program features David McIntire City of Gainesville Emergency Management Director and Krista Ott, City of Gainesville Fire Rescue Fire and Life Safety Educator. Together, they and their agencies provide and communicate valuable services for education, safety and emergency preparedness in a time of need – whether it’s for a …

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Awesome Gainesville and GRACE Grows

Today’s program features Awesome Gainesville, a local chapter of the Awesome Foundation. The Foundation exists to forward the interests of awesomeness in the universe and distributes grants to worthy organizations that foster the creation of surprise and delight. The first grant recipient is GRACE Grows. GRACE Grows provides a space …

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Jack Davis

Today’s program features Jack Davis, University of Florida College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Rothman Family Chair in the Humanities and recipient of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for History for his book “The Gulf: Making of An American Sea.” The book is the first comprehensive history of the Gulf of …

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Jaret Daniels and Akito Kawahara – Lepidotera Research at FLMNH

Today’s program features two acclaimed butterfly researchers from the Florida Museum of Natural History. Jaret Daniels, Director of the McGguire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity, and Maguire Center Curator Akito Kawahara discuss their research on butterflies and moths and the effects that population, environmental issues and climate change have on …

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K9s for Warriors – Randy Dexter and Captain

Today’s program features K9s for Warriors in Alachua. K9s For Warriors is dedicated to providing service canines to disabled American veterans suffering from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, and/or Military Sexual Trauma as a result of military service post-9/11. The dogs empower vets to return to civilian life with …

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UF/IFAS Master Gardener Program and Ag Fest

Today’s episode features the UF/IFAS Extension Master Gardener Program and the annual Ag Fest. UF/IFAS Extension services are one of the best kept secrets in the state of Florida. Master Gardener Volunteer Program Coordinator Dr. Taylor Clem and Dr. Kevin Korus, Natural Resource Agent, speak about the variety of programs …

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Lubee Bat Conservancy

This episode features the Lubee Bat Conservancy located at 1309 NW 192nd Avenue in Gainesville. Lubee Bat Conservancy is the global leader in fruit bat care, husbandry, and medical management. Director Brian Pope and Development Coordinator Dee McBride share their stories on the only bat conservation organization in the world …

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