This previous week’s Moving Forwards were a good example of what Moving Forward is all about, because we covered a large range of topics including FFA, County Board of Supervisors, and events happening here in Muscatine. Moving Forward’s focus is to not only to highlight events that are coming up but also to talk about important matters that we all care about.
Monday, I spoke with Muscatine High School Senior Jocelyn Boynton about her involvement with the FFA and the many activities she participates in as part of the program.
Tuesday, I was joined by Amy Hessel on behalf of the Family Effectiveness Coalition and we discussed summer programs that benefit the youth in our community by keeping them active during the summer months.
Wednesday, Nathan Mather from the County Board of Supervisors came on to talk about the meeting that had just happened pertaining to the slag debate that is happening right now in our county. He explained in length how the county is approaching this topic and how they will respond once the studies are completed.
Thursday, I spoke with Firefighters from Fruitland about their Annual Soup Supper that is a big draw for our communities to pull together and raise funds for the volunteer Firefighters, so that they can continue doing an incredible job as our first responders.
And finally, on Friday I spoke with Connie Hoekstra about the Wilton Fine Arts Guild’s dinner theater. They will be serving a dinner, performing acts, and a comedy. Find out how you can attend by visiting their Facebook page.
Check out all these amazing guests by tuning in each weekday to Moving Forward on KWPC!