What a packed show we had today! We learned a lot from our guests about a wide variety of things in our community and beyond. Wendee Grinde, director of community relations, University South Foundation, Kendra Bergman, executive vice president, and Maria Juvera, board member, came by to tell us about the upcoming Dining Under The Stars event. We discussed the Congressional District 2 debate with the Herald’s Eric Petermann, and Adam Curtis, who is the city’s Public Information Officer, had info on how the public can brag about Sierra Vista.
Our guests during hour two were Colt Alford, who is the manager of Patagonia Lake State Park, Sonoita Creek park, and the San Rafael State Natural Area, and Linda Rushton, organizer of the Santa Cruz County International Film Festival. Both Colt and Linda told us about the fascinating history behind the San Rafael House and why it will play host to part of the festival. Learn more about Patagonia Lake also during this interesting interview.
Mark Schmitt, of the Cochise College Small Business Development Center, brought us up to date on programs for local entrepreneurs, including the latest Shark Tank, which kicks off in January. And Don Wirthlin, the college’s Unmanned Aerial Systems instructor, educated us on the current ‘drone’ program and its future possibilities.