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Jackson County North Carolina JAM Program Director Dusk Weaver

Junior Appalachian Musicians, also known as JAM is an after-school program for middle and high students which introduces music through small group instruction on instruments common to the Appalachian region, like fiddle, banjo and guitar. Jackson County North Carolina JAM Program Director Dusk Weaver discusses the history and legacy the Junior Appalachian Musicians are creating in their communities by infusing traditional dance, songs and storytelling from the rich cultural heritage of the Appalachian people.

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CLNEG Podcast DNR Wildlife Biologist Todd Schneider

The protection and conservation of Georgia Wildlife affects every aspect of maintaining balance within the state's ecosystem. To discuss the habitat and nesting patterns the American bald eagle is DNR wildlife biologist Todd Schneider.

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CLNEG Podcast Northeast Georgia CASA 5K and FunRun 11/15/15

Currently approximately 60 percent, of children in the foster care system have no access to a CASA volunteer. That's an estimated 400,000 children living without hope of having their voices heard or long-term needs met. To discuss CASA's mission and upcoming Superhero Fun Run are NEGA CASA Executive Director Melissa Mitchell, and Board Members, Piedmont College Mass Communications Professor Dr. Janice Moss and Susan Smithpatrick.

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CLNEG Podcast Will King

A metallurgist and historical blacksmith by trade, White county resident Will King discusses why he began pirate re-enactments to help a local non-profit Back Pack Buddies, provide food and clothing for children in local northeast Georgia communities.

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CLNEG Podcast Author C J Matthew

In an effort to increase awareness of marine life and oceanic conservation through her novels, Stephens county author CJ Matthew discusses her new paranormal romance suspense series, Dolphin Shore Shifters book one Blood Tide, which features a pod of shape shifting dolphins that pose as humans to protect the oceans at any cost.

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CLNEG Medical Podcast Back in the Game Physical Therapy

Back in the Game Physical Therapy is a family owned and operated orthopedic physical therapy clinic located in Flowery Branch, Georgia. Owners Brendon Blake MSPT./ Cert. DN, and Gina Blake MSPT, discuss their unique approach in providing a bridge between injury and recovery to assist patients in gettting back to pre-injury status as quickly as possible.

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CLNEG Podcast Lillian Smith's Strange Fruit Debut

History is in the making at Piedmont College, where the play "Lillian Smith's Strange Fruit" is returning to the stage 70 years after its Broadway premiere. The play is based on Smith's bold debut novel as it follows an interracial relationship in a small 1920s Georgia town and speaks to the effects of hate and separation on the lives of people and their communities. Thom Fogarty, Artistic director of the New York repertory theatre company 360repco, revised and restored the play to as close a representation of the original as possible. He joins me in the studio to discuss the play's rebirth and upcoming performances on October 1-3 at 7:30 p.m. and October 4th at 2 p.m. in the Swanson Center Mainstage Theater on Piedmont College Demorest Campus.

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CLNEG Podcast Leap Trapeze Athens Georgia

Located in Athens, Georgia Leap Trapeze offers high flying trapeze classes for beginners, intermediate and advanced students of all ages from their expert instructors. All you need to bring is your sense of adventure! On a recent visit I spoke with co-owners Shain Dyckman and Kaz Stouffer about how they derived their passion for the high aerial dance sport and their reasons for opening the Trapeze School in Athens, Georgia.

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CLNEG Podcast Piedmont College Grand Opening Student Commons

With a capacity crowd on hand to take a first look at the 58,000-square-foot, glass and steel student center located at 375 Georgia Street on the Demorest campus, Piedmont College Chairman of the Board of Trustees Thomas A. "Gus" Arrendale III described the college's new Student Commons, as in a word, Magnificent as he welcomed guests to the building's grand opening on August 21, 2015. Every area of the PC Student Commons gives the feel of openness and light. The $14 million Student Commons includes a dining hall and Starbucks coffee shop, Barnes & Noble bookstore, racquetball court, and even a rock climbing wall. The building also includes banquet/conference rooms, a gymnasium with walking track, a new fitness center, and offices for a variety of student services.

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CLNEG Podcast Medical Segment NGPG Sportsmedicince Dr. Gregory Woods

Northeast Georgia Physicians Group Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine physician Dr. Gregory Woods discusses the cause and treatment of ACL and meniscus tear injuries and who are candidates for knee and hip replacement surgery.

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