Sept. 28: Newsorite™ (1pm); Bobby Hankerson (2pm); The Right Resume (2:30)

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It’s time to buckle up and get some more fast-paced news! Bobby Hankerson will lead the week off for candidates running for local office in  Augusta. His aspiration? The District 3 Seat. Carl will share some tips from experts on how to Get Your Resume Right.

Sept. 29: Social Change and Violence (1pm); Cleveland Osteen (2pm); Mayor Deke Copenhaver (2:30)

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Change can be good but it’s often perceived based on the attitude of the beholder. Carl will discuss the connection between social change and violence. Cleveland Osteen will share his aspirations for the District 3 Commission Seat in Augusta, Ga. It’s time for another city update on The Garden City Update with Mayor Deke Copenhaver.

Sept. 30: Joy Mitchell-Booker (1pm); Amanda Logan (2pm)

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Joy Mitchell-Booker will respond to questions as she discusses her run for the District 3 Augusta-Richmond County Commission Seat. Amanda Logan is a Research Associate with the Center for American Progress. She focuses largely on issues surrounding lower- and middle-income American families and will talk about  the need to have people of color participate equitably […]

Oct. 1: Aishia Leverett (1pm); Leon Butler (1:30); Spiritual Perspectives (2pm)

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Aishia Leverett has her sights set on the Board of Education Seat, Dstrict 5. She’ll explain why as she speaks with Carl Leon Butler’s Augusta Mini Theater has an outstanding track record in working with our young people. He’ll talk about that record and more. Time to discuss another relevant issue from a biblical perspective.

Oct. 2: Rev. James Williams, Jr. (1pm); Alvin And Barbara Franklin (2pm)

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James Williams, Jr. is running for the District 1 Augusta-Richmond County Seat. He’ll discuss why he wants to help run this large and coveted district. Alvin and Barbara Franklin work wonders in helping married couples get in touch with what makes them tick and how to flow together more smoothly. They’ll work their work with word […]

Ongoing Updates for Schedule of Interviews with Candidates for Local Offices

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Augusta-Richmond County Patsy Scott, Board of Education., District 5: 9/21/09, 2pm Butch Palmer, Commission, District 5: 9/23/09, 2pm Matt Aiken, Commision, District 1: 9/25/09, 2pm Bobby Hankerson, Commission, District 5: 9/28/09, 2pm Cleveland Osteen, Commission, District 3: 9/29/09, 2pm Joy Mitchell-Booker, Commission, District 3: 9/30/09, 1pm Aishia Leverett, Commission, District 5: 10/01/09, 1pm James Williams, Jr., Board of […]

Sept. 21: Ms. Amy (1pm); Patsy Scott (2pm); Christine Miller-Betts (2:30)

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The Augusta Symphony has a new name – the Symphony Orchestra Augusta. Ms. Amy will talk about the name change and the sounds we can hear during the Westobou Festival. Patsy Scott is running for the Board of Education seat (District 5, Augusta-Richmond County) left vacant following the passing of her husband, Joe Scott. Learn […]

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