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Speak Out! CFUZ
The Speak Out collective produces an hour program each week, featuring stories and interviews about organizations doing good in our community.
This show is currently being produced on a regular basis, and can be heard on the Peach City Radio stream at the following dates & times:
Sundays @ 1400h
Thursdays @ 1300h
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- Peach City Radio Posted: August 21, 2019 - 60 minutes - 55.7 Mb -
Chris Maier sits down with Dave Del Rizzo, Jackie Del Rizzo and Claire Thompson of Peach City Radio to discuss the history, importance and opportunity of Penticton's only community radio station.
Episode 24 - Penticton Elks, Eagles, and Legion interview. Posted: August 14, 2019 - 60 minutes - 56 Mb -
Norm Mathers Speaks with the organizations Presidents of The Elks, Eagles, and The Legion. Each Interview discusses, These organizations involvement in Pentictons Community, the charities they work with, and the struggles of keeping the organizations going.
Episode 23 - SOS Pride Posted: August 7, 2019 - 60 minutes - 56.7 Mb -
Tracy McGrath speaks with 5 active board members of SOS Pride about the organizations history, current events and vision for the future in support of the LGBTQ+ community in the South Okanagan.
Episode 22 - Soupateria and SOICS Posted: July 31, 2019 - 60 minutes - 55.7 Mb -
Sarah Fahey interviews individuals from two different community organizations and discusses the services they provide to our community. Volunteers Tracy Comber and Lori Lalonde volunteer with the Penticton Soupateria and Cherry Fernandez the Program Manager with SOICS.
Episode 21 - Heather Davis of the Ryga Arts Festival Posted: July 24, 2019 - 60 minutes - 55.5 Mb -
Teresa Cowan speaks with Heather Davis, Artistic Director of the Ryga Arts Festival. in Summerland. This unique festival looks at how we can amplify our Canadian voice through the arts.
Episode 20 - Penticton Seniors Drop In Centre Posted: July 17, 2019 - 60 minutes - 55.7 Mb -
Norm Mathers talks with Mignonne Wood, Executive Vice President For The Penticton Seniors Drop In Centre. Where they discuss, why the seniors centre is an integral part of pentictons community. The ins and outs of the centre, and why everyone should head over and check them out, at any age.
Episode 19 - Habitat for Humanity Okanagan Posted: July 3, 2019 - 60 minutes - 55.8 Mb -
Michael Schutz talks with Lorraine Richmond, Director of Culture for Habitat for Humanity Okanagan, which is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity Canada, a national, non-profit organization working towards a world where everyone has a safe and decent place to live. More info at habitatforhumanityokanagan.ca.
Episode 18 - Support Programming for Children with Complex Care Needs Posted: June 26, 2019 - 60 minutes - 83.5 Mb -
Tracy McGrath talks with members of Dragonfly Pond Family Society, Upper Dek VEES and OSNS child and youth centre.
Episode 17 - Matthew Baran of Ooknakane Friendship Centre Posted: June 19, 2019 - 60 minutes - 56 Mb -
Norman Mathers speaks with Matthew Baran of the Ooknakane Friendship Centre in detail about the Centre's various community initiatives.
Episode 16 - Casey Hamilton of the Okanagan Fruit Tree Project Posted: June 12, 2019 - 60 minutes - 55.8 Mb -
Michael Schutz talks with Casey Hamilton, Executive Director of the Okanagan Fruit Tree Project. This volunteer-based project harvests fruit (and some veggies) in the Central and South Okanagan areas, and gives it away to local groups such as food banks and school meal programs. More info at fruittreeproject.com.