RNJ News Programs, May 1 – 4, 2017

RNJ News Programs, May 1 – 4, 2017

You can listen to or download audio from any or all of these programs on the WRNJ “Audio Archives” link.

“Let’s Talk About It” – Monday, May 1st @ 10:05 a.m.

Host Rev. Frank Fowler was away so Trinity Church member Susan Manhire was the guest host. Susan spoke with Denise Maguire, the owner of Scala’s Funeral Home, Lois Spender, a facilitator  for GriefShare, and Rev. Debbie Kauffman, Retired Pastor and Hospice Nurse, to discuss “Helping Loved Ones When Death Comes.”

“Inside Centenary” – Tuesday, May 2nd @ 10:05 a.m.

This edition covered Centenary’s 142nd Commencement, and the Eastern Psychological Association Conference and student publication successes. During the first portion of the program, host Tom O’Halloren spoke with: Rita J. King, the keynote speaker at Centenary’s Commencement; Nancy Paffendorf, Dean for Community and University Engagement; Taylor Ruszcyk, Valedictorian; Alan Sciarrillo, Welsh Prize Recipient; and Emily Sugrue, a graduating senior. In the second half of the program, Tom spoke with: Dr. Keith Morgen, Associate Professor of Psychology, Jaclyn Smith, Centenary Psychology student; and Abby Voelkner, Centenary Psychology student and Presidential Scholar.

Local Impact” – Wednesday, May 3rd @ 10:05 a.m.

RNJ News Director Joyce Estey is joined by her cohosts, Former Assembly Speaker Chuck Haytaian and Independence Township Mayor Bob Giordano. The week’s guest was Michael Russell, Assistant Professor of Accounting at Centenary University. The group discussed the economic implications of the president’s proposed changes to the federal income tax.

“Newsline” – Thursday, May 4th @ 10:05 a.m.

In the first portion of the program, WRNJ News Director Joyce Estey welcomed Jill Zinckgraf, Executive Director of the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault Crisis Center of Warren County, Patricia Teffenhardt, the Executive Director of the New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault. They explained the many services their agencies offer, and the need for community involvement and support. In the second portion of the program, Joyce spoke with Chip Clymer, Superintendent of the Warren Hills Regional School District, and four teachers who explained the “Streaks Give Back” initiative.