The Morning Show with Clint Corpe Interviews

Listed below are some of the most recent interviews conducted by Clint. You can listen to The Morning Show every morning Monday-Friday from 6:00am-9:00am on WBGU FM 88.1. Be sure to follow The Morning Show on Facebook to stay up to date.

Kelsey Nevius, Wood County District Public Library, and Mario Lassiter, Biomat USA

We "connected community voices" this morning when Wood County District Public Library's Kelsey Nevius and Biomat USA Bowling Green Center Manager Mario Lassiter got to visit with us and give us updates!

Mark Wasylyshyn, Wood County Sheriff

Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn stopped in the studio for a visit this morning. His conversation with Clint ranged from a busy Memorial Day weekend coming up to some high-profile inmates at the Wood County Jail and more.

Patrick Nelson, BGSU Director of the Student Union

You've probably heard that Buckeye Girls State is returning to Bowling Green State University this June, but did you know there will be dozens of other camps and conferences coming to campus this summer? Listen  as the Director of the Student Union at BGSU, Patrick Nelson, told Clint this morning that thanks to collaboration between city and University leaders this should be the busiest summer on campus in perhaps a decade!

Kristien Otley, Bowling Green Parks and Recreation

Looking to get outside during this gorgeous weather? Listen to Clint's chat with Kristien Otley, Director of Bowling Green Parks and Recreation, as she updated us on the city pool and waterpark which opens this weekend (they do heat the water by the way), enhancements to city park, programming and lots more.

Cecilia Castellano, Bowling Green State University

Cecilia Castellano, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Outcomes, stopped by the studio to tell Clint about Orientation, which begins with the 1st group of 800 or so new students and their families visiting the BGSU campus Thursday.

Lori Hines, Work Leads to Independence

Listen to this morning's visit with Lori Hines from Work Leads To Independence as she previewed today's Downtown Bowling Green Market. Today's weather forecast is looking excellent for the market! The 15 seasonal vendors will be here along with 7th Heaven Creations Bakery, Stateline Sauce, and Subtle Verse. Look them up on FB! The food trucks are Detroit Mini Donuts, Hot Dawg Hut, and Suzie Lynn's Lemonade. Music provided by Hump Day Revue-Todd Elson will be performing.

Mike Aspacher, Bowling Green Mayor

The impending vote in city council of the Zoning Code update, how to better address nuisance properties, citizen concerns over too many deer inside the city limits, these are just some of the topics City of Bowling Green Mayor Mike Aspacher and Clint talked about on his monthly update this week.

Kat Patterson, Visit BG Ohio

Once a month or so we get to visit with Kat Patterson from Visit BG Ohio. Listen as this week, Kat and Clint talked about what's shaping up to be a very busy spring and summer here in Bowling Green. 2 Firefly Nights Festivals, the BG BOOM Fireworks at the Wood County Fairgrounds on July 3rd, and Buckeye Girls State returning to Bowling Green State University are just some of the highlights.

Greg Esposito, InTech IT Solutions, and Mary Hinkleman, Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce

Greg Esposito, President of InTech IT Solutions, visited the studio this week along with Mary Hinkelman, Director of the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce. Listen as Greg had some great tips on Cyber Security for both home and businesses plus previewed the Business after Hours event he's hosting next month. Mary ran down a long list of exciting events the Chamber is participating in the next few weeks as well!

Amanda Barndt, Relay for Life

Listen to Clint's interview this morning with Amanda Barndt, the chair of the 2023 Relay for Life of Wood County this past weekend. After we recapped the relay we previewed the "Ring of Dreams" event that Amanda has been working on for this years Wood County Fair.

Zach Tracy, Juniper Brewing Company

Thanks to Zach Tracy at Juniper Brewing Company for calling the show this morning to remind Clint of today's Giving monday fundraiser. Why do Zack and Chris keep stepping up to help with so many various fundraising projects? Listen to Zach's answer now!

Lou Snelling, BGSU Track and Field and Cross Country Head Coach

Coming off the best finish in 25 years, BGSU Track & Field, Cross County Coach Lou Snelling visited the studio this morning.
The Bowling Green Falcons concluded competition at the 2023 MAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships on May 13th, totaling 91 team points to finish fourth. This was the best point total since 1999 and best team finish since 1998

Derek Van Der Merwe, BGSU Athletic Director

BGSU Athletics Director Derek Van Der Merwe shared some coffee and conversation with Clint on this morning’s show.

Jeff Nichols, BGEA President, and Dr. Ted Haselman, BGCS Superintendent

Listen here to Clint's interview with BGEA President and teacher Jeff Nichols plus Dr. Ted Haselman who signed a 3 year contract at last night’s Board meeting to be the next Superintendent of Bowling Green City Schools effective August 1.

Chief Bill Moorman, Bowling Green Fire Division

At Monday's City of Bowling Green council meeting Nathan Hossler was sworn in as the newest member of the Bowling Green Fire Division. Listen to Chief Bill Moorman's comments on the newest member of his Fire Division.

Downtown BG Art Walk Recap

The rain held off and lots of art lovers turned out for this year's Downtown BG Art Walk. Listen as Clint talked with BG Arts Council's Jackie Nathan, Downtown Bowling Green SID Director Tony Vetter and one of the artists from this Saturday's creative event.

Amanda Barndt, Relay for Life

Relay for Life is happening this weekend at the Wood County Fairgrounds and Amanda Barndt called the show recently to let Clint know how we can all help with this critical program.

Ryan Davis, ACT*BG The Amazing Race Organizer

This year's Act BG Amazing Race was a big success once again as nearly 2 dozen teams scrambled to solve puzzles, complete tasks and most importantly, have fun supporting the The Cocoon. Organizer Ryan Davis recapped this year's race on this morning's show and thanked everyone who came out.

Lt. Jordan Schwoko and Dispatcher Samantha Bowen, Ohio State Highway Patrol

Listen to Clint's visit this morning with Ohio State Highway Patrol Lt. Jordan Schwoko who brought a special guest along. Dispatcher Samantha Bowen shared her experiences being a dispatcher this past year for not only Wood County but the Toledo Post as well. Thank you both for your service!

Jenny Morlock and Steve Arnold, Ohio 4-H

Lots of exciting things happening with Ohio State-Wood County 4-H programming and who better to tell Clint all about it than Jenny Morlock! Listen as 4-H Volunteer Steve Arnold also joined the show, Steve was inducted in the Ohio 4-H Hall of Fame recently and Ohio nominated him for the North Central Regional Winner of the Year and he won! This encompasses 15 states and Ohio has not had a winner since 2008!

Angie Blake and Joanne Hayward, Wood Lane

Angie Blake and Joanne Hayward joined Clint this morning to preview the Wood Lane - Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilties 4th Annual Community Festival. Listen to learn more about this terrific family friendly event that also promotes inclusivity for all.

Maria Simon, Wood County District Public Library

Maria Simon from the Wood County District Public Library stopped by the studio this morning for our weekly "Library Update" and had lots to programming information to share with us. Listen as Maria talked about a Meet the Author: Jerry Pallotta event this Sunday.
In partnership with local schools, WCDPL and 1BookBG are proud to host an author visit with Jerry Pallotta on Sunday, May 14 at 2:00 pm in the Bowling Green Library Atrium. As a writer of over 30 years, Jerry is an award-winning author of children's alphabet books and imaginative fiction and has written over 90 books. Combining facts, research, humor, and realistic illustrations of the animals he writes about, his books are loved by families and children.

Tina Bradley, Drug Free Communities and Wood County Prevention Coalition

Listen to Clint's visit this morning with Tina Bradley, Drug Free Communities Program Coordinator/ Wood County Prevention Coalition Coordinator. Their topics included:
Project Secure Those Meds—An activity to prevent accidental poisoning, drug addiction and overdose (prescription lock boxes) funded by Bowling Green Community Foundation. Concluded this winter.
Prevention Action Alliance problem gambling grant—This educational/informational project to prevent problem gambling is underway and will conclude at the end of the month.
Fentanyl Awareness—stepping up our information via social media and via our newsletter.
Next Meeting—Friday, June 9 9:00-10:30 a.m. at the Wood County Educational Service Center.
We also mentioned a reat FREE movie event coming up in N. Baltimore.

Lori Polcyn and Brandon Hemminger, Bowling Green Manor

Listen  as Lori Polcyn, Business Development Coordinator for Bowling Green Manor, and Administrator Brandon Hemminger joined Clint in studio this morning for a wide-ranging discussion on services they offer. Everything from clinical care specialties including recovery programs for complex medical conditions along with traditional therapy services.

Lori Hines, Farmer's Market

Every Wednesday morning at 7:15 during the Downtown Bowling Green Farmers Market, Clint has Lori Hines join him for a preview of that day's vendors, entertainment, etc. With the market starting tomorrow (10th) Lori called in on Monday to to preview the season which sounds like will be the best yet in Downtown BG.

Roger Mozzarella

Listen to Clint's visit with Roger Mozzarella as we head into Mozzapaloooza weekend. At today's BGSU Board of Trustees meeting it's expected that the College Park Rugby field will be renamed in honor of Roger and there's lots more fun happening this weekend.

Cal Bowers, Jon and Joe Jakubowski, "Ziggy Collaborative" NIL Collective

Cal Bowers, Jon and Joe Jakubowski visited the studio this week to talk about the new "Ziggy Collaborative" that's being developed to support BGSU athletes to take advantage of the Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) initiative in college sports.

George Strata, Beckett's Burger Bar and SamB's, Todd Simon, BGSU Men's Basketball Coach, and Dave Horger

Clint was having his weekly visit with George Strata from Beckett's Burger Bar and SamB's this morning when the new head Men's Basketball coach for BGSU Todd Simon stopped by and Dave Horger jumped into the conversation as well!

Bobby Drain on Officer Michael Geiman

Special recognition for one of Bowling Green OH Police Division officers who performed life saving measures recently. We’ll have comments from the citizen who said Officer Michael Geiman ”saved his life” on Tuesday’s local news.

Kathy Mull, The Cocoon, Ryan Davis, Organizer of The Amazing Race

This year's Amazing Race BG is set for Friday May 12th and will benefit the The Cocoon. Listen to Clint's visit with Director Kathy Mull and one of the organizers of this year's Amazing Race, Ryan Davis about this fun fundraising event!

Heather Sayler, City of Bowling Green

Heather Sayler, Planning Director for City of Bowling Green and Chris Mowen stopped by the Morning Show to talk about several talking points related to the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) goals and May as National Preservation Month:
Intro to the HPC and historic preservation, in general
May events, Historic Buildings of the Month proram, Building Doctor Program, BG History, Maple Street desination, an intro to Certified Local Government program and possible CLG Grants.

Mark Wasylyshyn, Wood County Sheriff

Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn has announced that the Wood County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting increased patrol over the prom season thanks to grant funding from the Ohio Traffic Safety Office. This blitz will run through May 31.
Clint talked with Sheriff Wasylyshyn this morning about this prom season initiative.
Deputies will pay particular attention for violations, such as driving under the influence, failure to yield, and speeding — all of which are leading factors in fatal crashes. There will be zero tolerance for driving under the influence and seat belt violations.

Kyle Culp, Wood County Fair

Listen to Clint's visit with Kyle Culp last night after he updated the Sr. Fair Board on a recent discussion with representatives of Not In Our Town Bowling Green. Kyle told Clint there had been some concerns raised over controversial items sold at past fairs like the Confederate Flag and what the board is doing to address those concerns.
Culp also talked about an initiative to honor the many years of service of Bill Davies who passed away recently.
Billy Davies was a lifelong farmer and truck driver, but those were not his only ‘jobs.’ He was also an auctioneer, working many years with Keith Bradley Real Estate and Auction. Being very involved in the community, he is a past Portage Township Trustee, a past President of the Wood County Beef Producers, past Director of the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association, served on the NW Water-Sewer District board, and was very active @ Cloverdale United Methodist Church.
Billy was a proud Elmwood FFA Alumni, and the Wood County Fair was always one of his favorite weeks of the year. He volunteered for the Wood Co. Jr. Fair Livestock auction and was involved in many other functions at the fair, including one of his favorites…the Pie Auction. He also was honored to have been named Grand Marshall for the 2019 Jr Fair Parade with his wife, Betty.

Jessica Nagle, Wood County Fair Board

Clint also talked with Fair Board member Jessica Nagle about this year's country concert at the 150th Wood County Fair. Tickets are on sale now!

Mary Hinkleman, Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce, and Cal Bowers, WLRS Foundation

Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce Director Mary Hinkelman and Cal Bowers, the new Exec. Director / COO - WLRS Foundation joined us this week for a visit.

Dr. Kacee Ferrell Snyder, Center for Women and Gender Equity and Center for Violence Prevention and Education

Dr. Kacee Ferrell Snyder, Director of the Center for Women and Gender Equity and Co-Director, Center for Violence Prevention and Education recapped a busy month of activities as we observed Sexual Assault Awareness Month this morning.

Kat Patterson, Visit BG Ohio

With Ohio Tourism Day fast approaching on Wednesday May 10th, we asked Kat Patterson from Visit BG Ohio to tell us about her preparation for the big celebration in Columbus. Listen as Kat also gave Clint some "breaking news" about this summer's Firefly Nights Festival.

Mark Black, Wood County Regional Airport and Craig LaHote, Wood County Commissioner

What's new at the Wood County Regional Airport? Would you believe a possible runway expansion project in the next couple of years, the return this summer of the Wood County Air Fair for the 1st time in years and lots more. Listen to Clint's interview of airport manager Mark Black after he stopped by the Wood County Commissioners meeting to get their annual $30,000 check to go toward airport expenses. You'll also hear a comment from Commissioner Craig LaHote on why the county continues to provide financial support for the airport after over 30 years.

Stan Korducki, Wood County Hospital

The President/CEO of the Wood County Hospital, Stan Korducki, announced on Monday's show that the 2 East Wing of the Hospital would be reopening next week after a lengthy closure due to challenges from the Covid Pandemic and staffing issues.

Kelsey Nevius, Wood County District Public Library, and Tony Zmarzly, Bowling Green Fire Department

Kelsey Nevius from the Wood County District Public Library and Bowling Green Fire Division Deputy Chief Tony Zmarzly are also members of the Leadership BG Class of 2023. On this morning's show they invited the public to a Touch-A-Truck fundraiser supporting The Bowling Green Firefighters Community Benefit Fund on May 20th from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM at the Bowling Green Community Center.
This free family event allows children of all ages a hands-on opportunity to explore various vehicles and meet the people who build, protect, and serve our community. Bowling Green’s own fire trucks, ambulance, police cruiser, trash truck, and utility vehicles will be on display as well as the Wood County Sheriff MRAP truck and a semi-truck provided by Whiteford Kenworth.
Bowling Green Fire Division firefighters recently established this nonprofit to help fill fire safety gaps in the community by providing Knox Home Boxes, 10-year smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, and scholarships to high school students pursuing a career in fire or EMS.

Sarah Nidiffer and Suzanne Eames, Wood County Educational Service Center

Sarah Nidiffer, Family and Community Partnership Liaison at the Wood County Educational Service Center and Suzanne Eames stopped by the studio this morning to tell Clint about the Free Legal Clinic Bus that coming to the WCESC this Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Listen as Clint learned about this unique opportunity to get legal aid from volunteer attorneys on civil legal issues, including family law issues related to adoption and kinship care.

Ginny Stewart, Bowling Green City Schools Board Member

Bowling Green City Schools Board member Ginny Stewart called the show this morning to encourage members of the community to meet each of the three finalists for the position of Superintendent on Wednesday, April 26th from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at the Veterans Memorial Building in City Park.
Community members are urged, if possible, to stay for all three finalists in order to provide feedback to the board on all three candidates.
Ms. Stewart said that the search has progressed through several stages, including the board’s building an ideal candidate profile, recruitment and marketing, community and staff focus groups, board screening, interviews and reference checking.
The Bowling Green Board of Education member added that they appreciate your continued support of our students, teachers, and staff. The board hopes to make a decision and appointment in early May.

Jerry Greiner and Craig LaHote, Northwestern Water and Sewer District

The Northwestern Water and Sewer District (The District) has been awarded the Wood County Economic Development Commission’s (WCEDC) Corporate Citizen of the Year Award for 2022. This award is given every year to a business or organization that has made valuable contributions to the community.
President of the NWWSD Jerry Greiner and Wood County Commissioner Craig LaHote join me live this morning to talk about this prestigious award and the mission of the District moving forward.
According to Wade Gottschalk, Executive Director of the Wood County Economic Development Commission, “The award recognizes the achievements of The District and its vital role in economic development in Wood County. Their cooperation in building solid, reliable infrastructure in Wood County and our region has led to the growth of so many businesses and industries.”
“Not many realize the impact of our underground network,” said Jerry Greiner, District President. “Our whole team is proud to have laid the foundation for the area’s economic success and tomorrow’s prosperity.”

Annette Wells and Marissa Muniz Kolhoff, Wood County Museum

Clint got an update on the ongoing repairs at the Wood County Museum recently from Director Annette Wells. Listen as Marissa Muniz Kolhoff also joined the conversation to tell about programming that is still taking place both inside the Museum and on the beautiful grounds.

Kylie Schmehl and Nicholas Yates, Black Swamp Players

Kylie Schmehl and Nicholas Yates share the lead role of Christopher in the latest production from the Black Swamp Players, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, based on the novel by Mark Haddon. The play won the 2015 Tony for Best Play.
Listen to Clint's visit in studio with Kylie and Christopher before the show opened last weekend. Dr. Heath Diehl, who plays Christopher's father, also called in to the show.
Set in Swindon and London, the story concerns 15-year-old Christopher John Francis Boone, a mathematical genius with an unspecified autism spectrum disorder, although his condition is never explicitly stated in the play. The titular curious incident is the mystery surrounding the death of Wellington, his neighbor Mrs. Shears’ poodle, after Christopher finds the dog speared with a garden fork.
Tickets for this weekend's shows are still available online or at the door.

Bowling Green Middle School Play

We had a wonderful time visiting with Director Alice Walters (8th grader, stage manager Marin Howard (8th grade) and cast members Aidan Thomas (8th gr.), Adelyn Davis (6th gr.), Sophia Milks (6th gr.) and Claire Nelson (6th gr.) this morning. All are part of a very entertaining production, "Bedtime stories as Told by Our Dad Who Messed Them All Up" Listen for details on how you can watch these young people in action at the PAC center Friday and Saturday night and you'll also get to hear a portion of the show acted out by our guests!

John Dippery, Raffle Winner

We've got at winner! Listen as Rotary Club of Bowling Green President Trevor Jesse gave John Dippery the great news this morning that he was the winner of 2 tickets to Friday night's Piano Wars Fundraiser at the Veteran Building. If you didn't win tickets, you can still get them by going online to See you and John there!!

Zach Migura, Wood County Veterans Service Office

Clint talked on the air this morning with Zach Migura, Wood County Veterans Service Office Director about this important program being put on this Friday morning for our area veterans.
Zach told us it's not to late to register for Friday's Veterans' Pact Act Event in Bowling Green! Best case scenario would be to register, but if you can't register, come out and see us!

AJ Fuller, Habitat for Humanity

Ever wonder about the process of becoming a Habitat for Humanity of Wood County homeowner and what Habitat does (and does not) do?
Listen to Clint's visit this morning with AJ Fuller who shared details on the next 4 homes already scheduled to be built in Wood County in the next 18 months plus ways people can help Habitat, not only in building homes but also in finding homeowners.

Ben Galavitz, Culver's

Less than 2 weeks now before the long anticipated opening of the new Culver's in Bowling Green. Listen as franchisees Ben and Dan stopped by to give us some goodies to give away on the show and introduce us to Robert Domagala, who will be the GM of the local store plus some of his key management team.

Sarah Heldmann, Owens Community College

Sarah Heldmann is an occupational therapy assistant and is the lead of an assistive technology Fair coming up April 21st at Owens Community College. The State of Ohio is looking at how persons with disabilities can be more independent and this initiative called "Technology First" is a partnership with the Department of Developmental Disabilities and will be at the Center for Fine and Performing Arts from 8:30-4:30. All are welcome!

Melissa Coe, Family and Children First

Melissa Coe, Family and Children First Council Coordinator, gave Clint details on this morning's show on the "Spring Fling" Family Friendly event happening Wednesday.

Kyle Clark, Wood County Educational Service Center

Kyle Clark from the Wood County Educational Service Center stopped by to explain a recent collaboration with the Wood County Sheriff's Office titled "In Plain Sight". The program helps parents and guardians identify signs that your youngsters may be vaping or involved in other high risk behavior. Kyle also gave Clint an update on over $20,000 in Drug-free Communities Grant Funding plus a junior teen institute retreat recap!

Jimmy Walker, BGSU Women's Head Soccer Coach

Listen to an update from BGSU Women's Soccer coach Jimmy Walker as his team wraps up their spring schedule with an alumni game this weekend on the heels of a big win over Louisville last Saturday at Cochrane Field!

Eric Nichols, BGSU Men's Soccer Head Coach

BGSU Men's Soccer took down the University of Michigan by a score of 6-2 over the weekend. Eli Shope had 4 goals and Taylor Dyson, & Ryan Sanborn scored as well. Listen to Clint's visit this morning with Coach Eric Nichols as the Falcons now finish the 2023 College Spring League schedule with a match against Marshall Thundering Herd Men's Soccer Saturday at 5 in Columbus at the Historic Crew Stadium.

Dr. Jennifer Percival, Dean of the Schmidthorst College of Business

Listen as Dr. Jennifer Percival, the Dean of the Schmidthorst College of Business, visited the studio this morning to preview E-Week which starts today!
Entrepreneurship Week (E-Week) at BGSU is the most significant annual event for the Allen W. and Carol M. Schmidthorst College of Business. Each April, the college hosts entrepreneurial leaders from around the world to share their experience and expertise through presentations and other events including The Hatch, the Paul J. Hooker Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Hall of Fame and the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. Several E-Week events are open to the general public.

Stan Korducki, Wood County Hospital

We learned at last week's Bowling Green Economic Development luncheon of a new breed pharmaceutical and medical supply distributor that is locating in Bowling Green. Listen to Clint's weekly talk with Stan Korducki, President of the Wood County Hospital, who shared the role that Premier Mid-America will have in lowering costs and increasing reimbursement by working directly with hospitals, pharmacies and medical groups and why the WCH was a joint sponsor in this project.
Mr. Korducki and Clint also talked about the recently completed expansion of the Rehab Center's "Ready Program" for children between the ages of 3-5 that facilitate's learning and readiness skills for successful transition into a kindergarten classroom.

Laura Schutze, League of Women Voters

Laura Schutze form the League of Women Voters Bowling Green called the show this morning to talk about a new "Crisis Stabalization Unit" that has opened on W. Poe Rd. in Bowling Green.
Listen as Laura talks about how this initiative started with a need of law-enforcement that was articulated to the LWV study committee, and eventually found to be a need in common with other agencies in our community. One of our committee members in the early days of planning, Erin Hachtel, because of her job, was aware of the potential plans which led us to talking with Jen Emahiser, director of intensive services at UNISON Behavioral Health.

Trevor Jessee and Betty Kahlenberg, Bowling Green Rotary Club

Trevor Jessee, Betty Kahlenberg, and "Lucy" shared their excitement Friday morning about the upcoming Rotary Club of Bowling Green, OH "Piano Wars" fundraiser. Listen to the audio from their visit with Clint.
It's back! Piano Wars, Rotary Club of Bowling Green's annual fundraising event, returns April 21 with all of the proceeds donated to local and global causes. The fun-filled evening at the city park's Veteran's Memorial Building begins at 6 p.m. with great food, drinks, and dueling pianos as entertainment throughout the evening.
"We've hosted this fun event for 11 years, and the audience continues to grow as the word spreads that this is a good time and supports worthy causes," says Trevor Jessee, president of the BG Rotary Club. " Last year, for example, the event raised money to help build the new inclusive playground in Carter Park. This year, in
addition to the monthly contributions Rotary makes to the Brown Bag Food Project, and other food pantry’s, we understand the need for food assistance is greater than ever, and we want to do more. Piano Wars will make that possible."
The evening is casual, both in dress and the program. There will be many unique silent auction items for guests to bid on throughout the evening, as well as some special items auctioned off by WTOL's Ryan Wichman. The dual pianos, performed by the nationally known tour company out of Detroit, will provide music from a variety of styles and eras, many of which the audience will know the words to and can sing along. (
The dinner is being catered by Beckett's restaurant, a local favorite. The menu's theme is Italian and the buffet includes Italian sausage, marinated chicken, vegetarian lasagna, rotini pasta, marsala sauce, meat sauce, mixed vegetables medley, Caesar salad, bread sticks and dessert. Drinks will be served throughout the evening.
Tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased from any Rotarian or online at

Bowling Green High School Lacrosse

Bobcat lax’ers leave Columbus unbeaten with wins over West Geauga 21-7 and Buckeye Valley 19-4. Next week back at home with JV and varsity Tuesday and Thursday. Go Cats!!
Listen to Clint's interview last Friday with Goaltender Hunter Sockman and Attacker Evan Brandt plus coach Connor Rogowski before they headed to Columbus this past weekend and got 2 more wins!

Kathy Mull, The Cocoon

The Director of The Cocoon, Kathy Mull, stopped by the studio early this morning to share the many outreach programs that are happening during April which is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Listen as Kathy talked about Programs like "What Were You Wearing", the "Clothesline Project" and other at Bowling Green State University plus the Cocoon's Community Conversations happening online via Zoom.

Brent Baer, Wood Lane

Great having Brent Baer, Superintendent of Wood Lane - Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities in studio this morning to recap the many events held across the county in March as part of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month and the many events like the Spring Family Faair and the Community Awards Banquet.

Brandi Laux, Wood County Job and Family Services

With April being Child Abuse Awareness Month, the staff of Wood County Children Services will hold their annual Pinwheel for Prevention events on Wednesday, April 12.
Listen to this morning's visit with Brandi Laux from the Wood County Department of Job and Family Services who told us the day will begin at 9 a.m. with the planting of 969 pinwheels, an increase of over 100 cases from 2022, in the front lawn at First United Methodist Church, 1528 E. Wooster St., Bowling Green. The 969 pinwheels represent the number of child abuse, neglect and dependency investigations completed and families assisted in 2022.
Following the pinwheel planting, a luncheon and silent auction will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., at the Wood County Courthouse, Alvin L. Perkins Atrium, One Courthouse Square, Bowling Green. Food and beverages will be available for purchase, along with silent auction basket raffles.

Bill Moorman, Bowling Green Fire Division Chief

Three Bowling Green Firefighters were sworn in as Lieutenants at tonight's City Council meeting. Congratulations to Brian Elling, Phil Foos and Brandon Westerman and thank you for your service to our community!

Derek van der Merwe, BGSU Athletics

Clint had the opportunity to talk with BGSU Athletics Director Derek van der Merwe this weekend about Women's Basketball coach Robyn Fralick leaving to lead the Michigan State Spartans program and the search that he said was already underway.