Author: Scott Kirkman

The Morning Mix 6-19-17

Cindy Mulla stopped by the MIX today to discuss mosquito control and prevention.  Cindy is the Public Relations and Education Team Leader for Beach Mosquito control.  We discussed everything from the various species of mosquito’s, how to control mosquito growth at your home or business and the many services that Beach Mosquito Control provides to our area.  They work in conjunction with Bay County and other mosquito control and prevention services locally, statewide and nationally.  To find out more about Beach Mosquito Control visit their website http://www.pcbeachmosquito.org Panama City Beach Mosquito Control by The Morning Mix | June 19th, 2017...

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The Morning Mix 6-14-17

Lisa and Michelle from the Panama City Rescue Mission stopped by the show today to talk about the many great things that the Panama City Rescue Mission offers to the community.  Today they wanted to highlight an event that started on June 12, 2017 the Klothes For Kids program.  Klothes for Kids is a back-to-school ministry that provides gently used school uniforms including solid color polos, blue jeans, khaki and navy pants, shorts and skirts, shoes, belts, new socks and underwear, and school supplies.  This service is for low-income families, single parent households, or households where the head of...

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The Morning Mix 6-13-17 w/ Jennifer Jones

Jennifer Jones from Bay Arts Alliance stopped by the show with her guest Alfie Martin to discuss the Directors Series that is being offered at the Panama City Center For The Arts.  The event is happening on Friday, June 16 at 5:30 pm at the Panama City Center for the Arts.  The event will feature guest film director Gabriela Tagliavini, director of the film Border Run that featured Sharon Stone and Billy Zane.  After the screening of the film, there will be a question and answer session with the director.  Doors open at 5:00 pm, the film begins at...

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NPR’s Late Frank Deford reading Casey At The Bat

Frank Deford was a sports writer for NPR for 31 years.  Sadly he passed away on Sunday, May 29.  In his long tenure at NPR, Frank had recorded 1,656 commentaries.  He was a mainstay on NPR’s Morning Edition, and was a Hall of Fame sportswriter.  He died Sunday at his home in Key West, Florida.  In 2013 Frank was presented the National Humanities Medal by President Obama.  Frank Deford was the first sportswriter to win that honor.  We are happy to present this presentation of the classic baseball poem Casey At The Bat read to you by the one...

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Morning MIX 5-30-17 – ENACTUS

For this show we welcomed Gulf Coast State College Professor Emmanuel Hernandez.  Professor Hernandez is the faculty sponsor for the ENACTUS group on campus.  He discusses how ENACTUS helps students get jobs and use their business and entrepreneur skills.  He also discusses how the students use these skills at ENACTUS competitions.  We also paid tribute to the late Frank Deford who was a long time sports writer for NPR who died on Sunday at the age of 78.  You can hear some of the best of Frank’s broadcasts by visiting the NPR web site http://www.npr.org/2017/05/30/530727141/the-best-of-frank-deford-according-to-frank-deford.  We also paid tribute in...

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