16 - Eben Sypitkowski, Director, Baxter State Park

May 13th, 2019

Listen in while I interview Eben Sypitkowski as we talk about coffee roasting, forest bathing (yes, it's a thing!), and his new role as Director of Governor Percival Baxter's wilderness vision!

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Local Charity:  Friends of Baxter State Park

15 - Angela Ferrari, children’s book author / illustrator

April 29th, 2019

Tune in for today's chat with Angela Ferrari as we talk about her childhood in New Vineyard, how she sells sea shells (yes, really!), and some great advice for future authors!  Sadly, I have no picture of the two of us, but that will come in the future!

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Local Charity: CSAs

14 - Chuck Hayes, CEO MaineGeneral Health

April 15th, 2019

Drop in for a conversation with Chuck Hayes as we talk about being a nuclear test engineer, fishing, and how he made the jump to health care.

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Local Charity:  United Way of Kennebec Valley

13 - Scott Magoon, children’s book author, illustrator, marathon runner

April 1st, 2019

This week you are in for a treat! Drop in on two old friends as they talk about meeting at Northeastern, how Scott Magoon got his break, and how he witnessed the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing.

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Local Charity: NEADS.org

12 - Scott Cowger, business owner, former state legislator, green pioneer

March 18th, 2019

Listen in this week as we talk with Scott Cowger about his business (Maple Hill Farms), riding in the trek across Maine, and how he lived in a cabin with no electricity or running water for two years!

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Local Charity:  American Lung Association

11 - Matt Gagnon, talk show host, political strategist, CEO Maine Heritage Policy Center

March 4th, 2019

Tune in this week as we listen to how Matt Gagnon got into politics, loves to read, and hated school then, but wishes he paid more attention now!

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Local Charity:  JDRF

10 - Matthew Dunlap, Maine Secretary of State, former Maine state representative

February 18th, 2019

Hear Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap as he talks about growing up in Bar Harbor, a brief stint as a fur trapper, and how he love to meet people.

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Local Charity: Maine Youth Fish and Game Association

09 - Dan Wathan, former Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Court

February 4th, 2019

Listen to lawyer, arbitrator, and former Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Court talk about growing up in Easton, ME, law school, and his brief run for Governor.

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Local Charity: Augusta Food Bank

08 - Senator Susan Collins (R-ME)

January 21st, 2019

This week we interview Senator Susan Collins, talk about how she grew up in Caribou, picked potatoes as a young child, and met Senator Margaret Chase Smith while she was in high school.

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Local Charity: Alzheimer's Association

07 - Chandler Woodcock, Educator, Outdoorsman. Commissioner of Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

January 7th, 2019

This week we interview Chandler Woodcock, talk about his military family, and how he grew up near the family of Governor Mills.

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