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.

Wood County District Library Board of Trustees Meeting Recap

At Tuesday's Wood County District Public Library Board of Trustees meeting a "raise pool" of just over $53,000 was approved for the staff and leadership. The board also approved a balanced budget and said thank you and goodbye to trustee Becky Baer after nearly a decade of service. Listen for comments from Becky, Board President Ken Frisch and Director Michael Penrod.

Conner Rogowski, BGHS Head Hockey Coach

Lots of hockey talk on this morning's show. Clint talked with Bowling Green Bobcat Hockey Head Coach Connor Rogowski.

Ty Eigner, BGSU Head Hockey Coach

Lots of hockey talk on this morning's show. Listen to updates on BGSU Hockey from Head Coach Ty Eigner.

Cheif Bill Moorman, Bowling Green Fire Division

Congratulations to Bodie Bankey and Dan Pereira who were officially sworn in as Bowling Green’s newest firefighters during tonight’s Council meeting! Listen to Clint's visit with Bowling Green Fire Division Chief Bill Moorman who talked about our 2 newest firefighters who have gone through a year of training to get to last night's official swearing in.

Mike Williams on Sax

Listen to this morning's visit with Mike Williams on Sax and you'll also hear a couple cuts from his latest CD "15 minutes of Xmas" that just dropped last night!

Hal Brown, Volunteer of the Year, and Jim Whitter, Wood County Park District

Listen now to Clint's visit this morning with Hal Brown and Jim Whitter from the Wood County Park District
Hal was recently awarded the National Association of Interpretation’s Outstanding Interpretive Volunteer of the Year award after being nominated by Jim for his years of volunteer service here in Wood County.
Hal has been described as the kind of unsung hero that does a lot for the community at large but we don’t always hear about. Jim nominated him for the Volunteer award for the Great Lakes region and then it went to National. Jim is the lead Naturalist at our Wood County Park District.
NAI is the National Association of Interpreters. The are a nonprofit professional organization with 6500 members. Hal has his CIG designation which is a Certified Interpretive Guide. Members work at Zoos, Parks of all sizes etc…. For some it is a career and others for a Volunteer capacity offering support.

Michael Bechstien, Kenwood Elementary Principal

Michael Bechstein, the Kenwood Elementary Principal gave Clint details this morning about Sunday's Christmas Market hosted by the Kenwood Elementary School PTO. UPDATE: It's over 3 dozen local vendors plus a food truck, free entertainment and all for a great cause!

George Strata, Beckett's Burger Bar and SamB's

Making Holiday plans for family get togethers, office parties, or just a quiet dinner for 2? Listen as George Strata talked with Clint this morning about the new menu at SamB's and the Prime Rib that's ready to enjoy this weekend at Beckett's Burger Bar. Oh yeah, they also had some great gift giving ideas too!

Charlie Kanwisher and Abby Cloud, BGSU ArtsX

Charlie Kanwisher, the director of the School of Art at Bowling Green State University and ArtsX Committee member and faculty member Abby Cloud visited the studio this morning to invite the community to this year's showcase. Listen now for details on this Fabuluos FREE Event!

Carol Bailey, Pemberville Mayor

The Mayor of Pemberville, Ohio, Carol Bailey, talked with Clint during local news this morning about this unprecedented power shutdown the village is expecting next week. Listen to their talk now. Mayor Carol also passed on a letter to the residents of Pemberville that you can read in full on The Morning Show BG's Facebook page

Mark and Judy Bowlus, The BiG Fab Lab

You're Invited to the BiG Fab Lab's Holiday Open House! 🎉
When: TONIGHT! Thursday, November 30th, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
Where: BiG Fab Lab, Woodland Mall, Bowling Green State University
Listen to Clint's visit this morning with The Founder and Director, Mark Bowlus, and his wife Judy, as we got an update on the BiG Fab Lab and tonight's Open House!

Harold Mercer, Wood County World War II Veteran

Clint was fortunate to help connect Holly (Hartlerode) Kirkendall
Curator of the Wood County Museum, with Harold Mercer, a Wood County WWII veteran for an interview Tuesday. Holly told us Harold's story will be featured in the upcoming WWII exhibit, opening in the Spring of 2025.
You can hear Mr. Mercer's thoughts on his service and the recent Veterans Day celebration at the Bowling Green High School.

Mason Roth. BGHS Boys' Basketball Head Coach

BGHS Boys Basketball Head Coach Mason Roth previewed this years team on this morning's show. Listen as coach Roth talked about this year's team which includes 10 seniors.

Derek van der Merwe, BGSU Athletic Director

The Falcon Club Winter Sports Luncheon, in partnership with the BG Chamber of Commerce, was held today at Stone Ridge Golf Club. BGSU Athletics Director Derek van der Merwe shared why events like this luncheon are so important in engaging the community with Bowling Green State University Athletics. Listen to my visit with Derek now.
The luncheon featured speakers:
Todd Simon, Head Men's Basketball Coach
Fred Chmiel, Head Women's Basketball Coach
Ty Eigner, Head Hockey Coach
Kerrie Turner, Head Gymnastics Coach
Rickey Perkins, Head Swimming and Diving Coach
A Student-Athlete Panel and
Derek van der Merwe, Director of Athletics

Conner Rogowski, Bowling Green Bobcat Hockey Head Coach

Great start to the 2023-24 season for the Bowling Green Bobcat Hockey program with a 2nd place finish in the Jamie Ruffner Memorial Hockey Tournament this past weekend. Listen as head coach Conner Rogowski takes a look at the new season, the league and the growing numbers for both Bobcat varsity and JV Hockey.

Stan Korducki, Wood Conuty Hospital

Big news from Stan Korducki, President of the Wood County Hospital, this morning. Listen as Stan told Clint that the American College of Surgeons had awarded accreditation to the Maurer Family Cancer Care Center! Congratulations (Please disregard the barking puppy in the background😄)

Jeff Orlowski, Author

Listen to Clint's visit Wednesday morning with Author Jeff Orlowski following up on the release of his latest book in the Avery Green trilogy.
Jeff told Clint "The first week of the release of Avery Green and The Triarch Powers is off to a fantastic start, and I wanted to express my heartfelt gratitude to everyone for your incredible support in purchasing the Avery Green books! Your enthusiasm means the world to me, and I'm thrilled to have you on this magical journey."

Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn

Clint talked with Wood County Sheriff Mark Wasylyshyn who gave great advice if you're hitting the road this holiday season or having family and friends come to you.

Sgt. Ryan Pupura, Ohio State Highway Patrol

Clint talked with OSHP Trooper Sgt. Ryan Pupura who gave great advice if you're hitting the road this holiday season or having family and friends come to you.

Adrien Lowien-Kirian, City of Bowling Green Arborist

This week the City of Bowling Gree Arborist, Adrien Lowien-Kirian, began the process of removing and replacing the Callery pear trees in the Downtown Bowling Green streetscape.
Listen as Clint asked Adrien why the change and also thanked her for securing a grant for $415,000 that she said would facilitate critical efforts in maintaining, enhancing and promoting the urban tree canopy within the city!

Michael Penrod, Wood County District Public Library

The future of Dolly Parton's Imagination Library here in Wood County was assured after a vote of support from the Wood County District Public Library Board Monday night. Listen as Library Director Michael Penrod explained that the 7 libraries across the county have joined together to ensure that the Free books will keep coming to children from birth to age 5 across the county.

Ty Eigner, BGSU Head Hockey Coach

Looking for a great family activity for this weekend? BGSU Hockey Head Coach Ty Eigner called the show this morning to preview Friday and Saturday night's home games against the Northern Michigan Wildcats men's ice hockey.

Wood County Health Department Open House Recap

The Wood County Health Department held an open house Monday to invite the public to see the recently completed Health Center renovations. A $517,000 Health Resources and Services Administration grant paid for most of the $607,000 renovation to the 3,000-square-foot center.
Listen to updates from several departments at the new Health Center plus Clint's interview with Ed Nagle as the health department’s first Public Health Hero Award was also given out Monday to Nagle Companies of Walbridge.

Danijela Tomic, BGSU Head Volleyball Coach

Just got word that the BGSU Football team is going to be on hand tonight in Kalamazoo to cheer on the Bowling Green State University Volleyball team in the MAC Championship game!
Listen to Clint's visit with coach Danijela Tomic just before the last week of the regular season as she talked about the adversity this team has overcome just to make to the tournament! Inspiring words from a very special coach and mentor to this team and words for all of us to live by.
The Bowling Green State University volleyball team will continue their 2023 season in the MAC Tournament with the Western Michigan Broncos in the MAC Championship Monday night (Nov. 20). The Falcons and Broncos are scheduled for a 6:30 p.m. start at University Arena in Read Fieldhouse. The game will broadcasted on ESPN+ with the winner advancing to the NCAA Tournament.
The Falcons are in the midst of a seven-match win streak, their longest of the season, and have won 12 of their last 13 contests. Of those 12 wins, nine have come via 3-0 sweep for the Orange and Brown. In the championship, the Falcons will face the top seed in the conference with Western Michigan. This is the first time BGSU and WMU have met in the MAC Tournament since facing in the 2020-21 MAC Championship.

Terry Burton, Wood County Board of Elections

The Wood County Board of Elections certified the results of the November 7th Election including all provisional ballots this morning. There will be a mandatory recount due the closeness of the Bowling Green City Schools Board race but BOE Co-director Terry Burton told Clint today he doesn't expect any changes to today results.
The candidates that finished in the top 3 are Tracy Hovest, Peggy Thompson and Howard "Ardy" Gonyer.

A.J. Fuller, St. Mark's Lutheran Church

A.J. Fuller stopped in to the studio this morning to talk about the return of Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers to St Mark's Lutheran Church just in time for the holidays.
Listen to their visit this morning as A.J. gave Clint details of the show (date/time/location/tickets/etc.), how the opportunity for the Christmas show came about, What the band has been up to since their last visit and other upcoming events and the Christmas service schedule at St. Mark's.

Mick Murray, City of Bowling Green Public Works

It's been a busy 2023 for the Director of Public Works for the City of Bowling Green, Ohio Mick Murray with over 1 million dollars of infrastructure improvements and it's not slowing down with tonight's Community Tree Lighting and the "Holiday Sparkle" parade on Saturday.
Listen as Mick and Clint recapped the year and talked about winter weather, tree removals in Downtown Bowling Green and more!

Theresa Pollick and Garret Chamberlain, Northwestern Water & Sewer District

The Northwestern Water & Sewer District (“District”) is finalizing the design of an 11-million-dollar sanitary sewer and waterline project for the Dunbridge area that will connect to over 100 homes, apartments and businesses. The project will also address the Ohio EPA Findings and Orders to construct sanitary sewers in Dunbridge.
The District held a public meeting for the residents and affected property owners Tuesday at the District office, listen as Clint asked Theresa Pollick and Garret Chamberlain to call the show this morning to recap the meeting including the scope of the project, the timetable and any potential costs to area homeowners.

Amy Siler and Lt. Jordan Sworko, Ohio State Highway Patrol

Clint got to meet the Senior Dispatcher at the Ohio State Highway Patrol Bowling Green Post Amy Siler on this morning's show.
Listen as Post Commander Lt. Jordan Schwoko introduced listeners to Amy and told Clint about the important job dispatchers perform every day. Amy also reflected on her 20+ years of service.

Marcia Latta and Jim Czerniak, BG Community Foundation

The Bowling Green Community Foundation is a non-profit entity, exists to improve the quality of life in the Bowling Green area by providing funding and support for diverse and innovative programs that enhance the health, welfare and vitality of the Bowling Green community.
Listen here to Clint's conversation this morning with Marcia Latta and Jim Czerniak about the history of this active group as they approach their 30th anniversary! It is cause for celebration that many thousands of lives are touched as a consequence of the remarkable partnership between our donors and the outstanding organizations that exist to serve the residents of Bowling Green.

Brandon Hemminger and Nicole Ramsay, Bowling Green Manor

Bowling Green Manor Administrator Brandon Hemminger and HR Director Nicole visited Clint this morning to talk about last night's Golden Care Awards ceremony that took place at the Wood County Committee On Aging. Listen as Nichole told us they have several employees at BG Manor with decades of service plus several new team members that have joined recently. Brandon also talked about the many area initiatives they are involved in ranging from fundraising for the Dear Santa program to supporting BGSU Athletics!

Paul Dobson, Wood County Prosecuting Attorney

Wood County Prosecuting Attorney Paul Dobson called into the 7 o'clock local news this morning to share details on yesterday's announcement that Jimmy David Cole (age 30) of Bowling Green, OH had pled guilty to three counts of Murder and two counts of Felonious Assault in the stabbing death of Alicia Rosa and her unborn child. A trial was scheduled to begin today in that case and the plea was taken even as potential jurors were arriving, so we started our discussion about the last-minute decision by the defense in the case.
The charges stem from the March 30, 2023 incident in Bowling Green, where Miss Rosa died as a result of receiving four stab wounds. According to a statement of facts presented by Assistant Prosecutor Brian Boos, her body was found in her apartment by her parents. She had been in a relationship with Cole and it is believed that the child she was carrying was Cole's. According to the statement, Cole told the police that he went to Miss Rosa's apartment in the early morning hours of the 30th, where he and Miss Rosa argued before he stabbed her one time in the kitchen. According to the statement, Cole said he then followed Miss Rosa into the living room before stabbing her again. Miss Rosa died minutes later, and her child died as a result of the wounds Miss Rosa sustained.

Tony Vetter, Downtown Bowling Green SID

Listen here to Tony Vetter, Director of Downtown Bowling Green SID, who joined this morning's show to say thank you to Bowling Green State University Gymnastics and our other local volunteers for helping to decorate the downtown planters for the holidays!
Tony and Clint also talked about the new holiday decorations this year and, of course, previewed the Community Tree Lighting on Friday and Saturday's Holiday Parade.

Ty Eigner, BGSU Hockey

BGSU Hockey dropped a pair of games to the St. Thomas Tommies last weekend at the Slater Family Ice Arena to drop to 2-8 on the season. Listen to Clint's regular Tuesday morning visit with coach Ty Eigner as they recapped last weekend, looked forward to this weekend's series on the road at Lake Superior State University and talked about the coach's daughter Kate signing to play for the Bowling Green State University Volleyball team next season.

Kurstyn Loeffler, BGSU Paul J. Hooker Center for Entreprenurial Leadership

This week Bowling Green State University is hosting the 1st ever Global E-Week and Kurstyn Loeffler, Director pf the Paul J. Hooker Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership at the Schmidthorst College of Business, visited with Clint this morning to tell him about this wonderful opportunity for not only BGSU Students but members of the community to connect with some business leaders from around the country

Mary Hinkleman, Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce

With the Holiday Parade a week from Saturday, the deadline is also fast approaching for you to enter to win a seat for you and 15 or so of your best friends at one of our Downtown Bowling Green SID Parklets, plus you'll also receive a prize package worth hundreds of dollars!! Listen to Mary Hinkelman who gave Clint all the details. Good Luck and Happy Holidays!!

Roger Mozzarella and Arika Kuhron, BGSU Rugby

BGSU Women's Club Rugby and BGSU Men's Rugby were the topics of discussion this morning when the Director of Rugby Operations Roger Mozzarella was in the studio along with Women's Rugby Assistant Coach Arika Kuhron. Both Falcon Rugby teams are headed to post season tournaments this weekend so we took the opportunity to recap their seasons and talk about the long history of both of these very successful programs.

Derek van der Merwe, BGSU Athletic Director and Nathan Anderson, BGSU Athletics

Nathan Anderson was hired last month as Bowling Green State University Senior Associate AD for Development. Nathan plus Director of Athletics Derek van der Merwe stopped in the studio Friday morning to talk about his role moving forward at BGSU plus they got a little of his background here in the Midwest as well.
Listen as Van De Merwe also talked about the role philanthropy plays in college athletics and about next Tuesday's Battle of I-75 game at the Doyt Perry Stadium between BGSU Football and Toledo Football and BGSU Men's and Women's Basketball being off to a fast start this season.

Julie Price and Jennifer Gensen, Women's Business Empowerment Connection

Julie Price and Jennifer Gensen from the WBEC Women’s Business Empowerment Connection stopped by the show this morning to invite everyone to join them at the Woodland Mall 1234 North Main St Bowling Green, Ohio for this year's Holiday Give-Together. Listen as Julie told us not only local women owned businesses but also great live entertainment and giveaways throughout the day!

Fritz Kuntz, Maumee Valley Gun Collectors Association

Clint talked with Fritz Kuntz from the Maumee Valley Gun Collectors Association about this weekend's show at the Pratt Pavilion at the Wood County Fairgrounds.

Bridget Drew and Heath Diehl, Black Swamp Players

Tickets are now available for the Black Swamp Players second show of its 55th season, “Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic.”
Listen to this morning's conversation with Director Bridget Drew and Heath Diehl (Narrator). "Puffs” began as a small show made by friends at a small comedy venue but has since broken records off-Broadway in New York, was screened in movie theaters across the country and its production in Melbourne, Australia is Melbourne’s longest running play of the century. In 2016 it was an Off-Broadway Alliance Best Theatrical Experience Nominee.
Tickets for all performances are $20 at the door and in advance.

Danijela Tomic, BGSU Women's Volleyball

Make plans to be at the Stroh Center Friday and Saturday night at 6 for the last homestand of the regular season for the Bowling Green State University Volleyball team as they battle the 1st place Buffalo Bulls Volleyball team with a berth in the postseason MAC tournament at stake! Listen to coach Danijela Tomic's preview of this critical series plus she mentioned that today was the day we find out about next year's freshmen class.

Ardy Gonyer, Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education, Tim Emmerich, Call of the Canyon and Easy Street Cafe, and Drew Devore and Reggie Hanneman, Hanneman Family Funeral Homes

Also finishing in the top 3 for a seat as a member of the Bowling Green City Schools, Ohio Board was "Ardy" Gonyer. Listen as the candidate stopped by the studio to talk about his goals on the Board and he was joined by his business partner at Call of the Canyon Cafe and Easy Street Cafe Tim Emmerich and Drew Devore and Reggie Hanneman from Hanneman Family Funeral Homes & Crematory to invite area veterans to a free meal this Veterans Day!

Steve Bateson, Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education

With provisional ballots, absentee ballots and a possible recount looming, it looks today like Steve Bateson will be the second highest vote getter in the race for a seat on the Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education. Clint talked with Steve on this morning's show

Tracy Hovest, Bowling Green City Schools Board of Education Vice President

In a crowded field for a seat on the Bowling Green City Schools, Ohio Board of Education, current Vice President Tracy Hovest was the top vote getter by just over 100 votes. Tracy called the show this morning to thank voters for their "vote of confidence" and for support the school levy.

Brent Baer, Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities Superintendent

By nearly 2-1 margin voters turned out to support the mission of Wood Lane - Wood County Board of Developmental Disabilities in Tuesday's election. Listen Superintendent Brent Baer called the show to thank voters for agreeing to continue their operating levy at current levels for the next 5 years.

Jeff Dennis, At-Large City Council Member

At Large City Council member Jeff Dennis also won reelection to another 4-year term and called the show this morning to thank voters for their support.

Mayor Mike Aspacher, City of Bowling Green

City of Bowling Green, Ohio Mayor Mike Aspacher was reelected to a 2nd term by a wide margin yesterday and called into the show to thank voters for their support.

Dr. Ted Hasleman, Bowling Green City Schools Superintendent

Bowling Green City Schools Superintendent Dr. Ted Hasleman called the show this morning to thank voters for their support in passing Tuesday's bond initiative to build a new high school.

Kyle Clark and Sarah Nidiffer, Wood County Educational Service Center

There's a diversion program that's been implemented this past year in 9 are public schools plus the career center and even Parochial and Home Schools that has prevented hundreds of school kids from falling into the Juvenile justice system this past year. Listen to Clint's conversation with Kyle Clark and Sarah Nidiffer from the Wood County Educational Service Center as they described the program that is showing remarkable results addressing those struggling students and families.
Kyle and Clint also talked about the passage of Issue 2, the marijuana legalization initiative, yesterday and what that means to the prevention effort in Wood County and across the state.

Lile Kiefer and Jerry Swartz, FFA Student of the Month

The FFA Student of the Month for October is Lila Kiefer, a senior at Eastwood High School. Listen as Clint got to know the honoree better this morning during a visit to her class. He had the opportunity to talk with Lila and Eastwood High School Agricultural Education Instructor and FFA Advisor Jerry Swartz and present her with a $50 gift card from The Morning Show's partners at Mid-Wood Inc. - Bowling Green Store!

Ryan Wichman, Wood County Plays

Wood County Plays has announced a partnership with the city of Fostoria to build the city’s first inclusive playground at City Park. The over 14,000 square foot playground will feature state of the art equipment and innovative designs. A wheelchair accessible merry-go-round, sensory tunnel, adaptive zip line, and poured rubber surfacing highlighting the 100% accessible play space. Zone specific equipment for younger toddlers and older kids will keep different age groups engaged for family visits.
Listen as Ryan Wichman, president of Wood County Plays, talked with Clint this weekend about the why, where and when of this project.
The campaign to fund the playground will combine grant funding and community donations to fulfill the projected one-million-dollar budget. The city of Fostoria has already committed $50,000 dollars toward the project. The playground will be located at the site of the former community pool and adjacent to a still-to-be built splash pad. Construction for the playground is expected to begin early in 2025 with completion during the summer. A fundraiser, Night of Play, will be held in January for members of the public to come together to support this unique community project.

Tony Vetter, Downtown Bowling Green SID

The new Holiday decorations for Downtown Bowling Green SID have arrived! Now it's just a matter of getting them all in place and that process is under way according to Tony Vetter. Listen here for all the details on these festive new decorations that will be up just in time for the season!

Dave Ridenour, Biennial Veteran's Art Show of Northwest Ohio

The 6th Biennial Veterans Art Show of Northwest Ohio organized by Way Library is a two-month exhibition to showcase the talents of all honorably discharged veterans who have served our country.
Listen to this morning's visit with David Ridenour as he told Clint about this special showing that opens this Sunday at the Way Public Library (Perrysburg, Oh).
View the “Love of Country” exhibit in the Way Gallery from November 5 to January 3, 2024. Meet the artists and listen to guest speaker Peg Trout during the opening reception on Sunday, November 5 at 2 pm!

Karson Kirby, Delaine Adams, and Chris Ostrowski, Montessori School of Bowling Green

Clint got an update on the "Buddy Bench" at The Montessori School of BG and the "Peace Pals" program that's also been started at the school from 7th Grader Karson Kriby, educator Delaine Adams, and Chris Ostrowski who had the vision for the Buddy Benches in 2016.

Todd Sayler and Faith Olsen, Bowling Green Christian Food Pantry

Todd Sayler, Pantry Manager for the Bowling Green Christian Food Pantry, and volunteer Treasurer Faith Olsen, stopped in the studio this morning to update Clint on the growing need in our community as evidenced by the recent expansion and the diminishing donations that are coming in.
Listen to hear about the over 150 food baskets that are being prepared for area families too. The mission of the BG Christian Food Pantry is to provide food for people in Wood County who have short-term emergency food needs.

Julie Setzer, Hailey Gottschalk, and Elena Hemming, Julie's Dance Studio

Julie's Dance Studio, presenting the Nutcraker Ballet All Jazzed Up for the 16th season this month. Show dates are November 17, 18, 19 at Owens College, Center for Fine and Performing Arts.
Listen to Clint's visit this morning with Julie Setzer and Hailey Gottschalk, a Senior at BGHS, dancing numerous roles in this year's production but her featured role of the Sugar Plum Fairy and Elena Hemming, also a Senior at BGHS, is also dancing numerous roles but her featured role is the Snow Queen. Both girls have been involved in the production for 13-15 years!

Dr. Jo Beth Gonzales and Dhia Sanogo, BGHS Drama Club

The Bowling Green High School Drama Club's upcoming fall play, "From One World to Another," is opening Thursday night and runs thru Sunday at the Bowling Green Performing Arts Center.
Listen to Clint's conversation this morning with Dr. Jo Beth Gonzales and Dhia Sanogo, our guest teacher of English from Burkina Faso, a small land-locked country in West Africa bordered by The Ivory Coast, Ghana, Togo, Mali, Niger and Benin who traveled here to help with this special project. Also joining us was Rory Mott a student scriptwriter and actor in the play and Allie Parish, a student scriptwriter and technical crew member of the company.
This project is titled "Cultural Exchange Through High School Theatre" and is funded by grants from the BG Community Foundation and the U.S. Global Ties program, a division of the U.S. Department of State's Citizen Diplomacy Action Fund. Students have been interacting with Burkinabé English teacher Dhia SANOGO throughout the play-writing process. Dhia will travel to Bowling Green in late October to participate in post-performance talk-backs, visit with BGHS students, speak for classes at BGSU, and at a special program sponsored by the Wood County District Public Library.

Gabby Holben, The Willows at Bowling Green

Listen as Clint introduced listeners to Gabrielle Holben,Community Service Representative for The Willows at Bowling Green on this morning's show.
Since moving here a year ago to help with the opening of The Willows on Dunbridge Road, Gabby has joined ACT BG whose mission is to focus on connecting active professionals to each other and to the community through social, civic, charitable, and professional development events. The next event in support of the "Christmas Elves" program is coming up at Arlyn's Good Beer!

Gary Dible, Biggby Coffee

Tuesday was a busy day for Biggby Coffee BG Ohio owner Gary Dible. It all started with a live remote of The Morning Show BG both inside and outside of the Wood County Hospital, and culminated with a ribbon cutting of his new store at the hospital thanks to the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce.
Listen as Gary called the show this morning to wrap up his busy day and talk about his secrets to success!

Brandy Laux, Wood County Job and Family Services

The holiday season always puts families under additional stress. Thanks so much to Brandy Laux, Family Assessment Unit Supervisor for the Wood County Department of Job and Family Services for calling in this morning to let Clint all know that support is available. Listen as Brandy also mentioned the Santa Shop, which is holding it's first support event of the season this weekend.