Going Public

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Today on Going Public, we talk with Nicolette Brennan, public information officer for the city of Cape Girardeau and her intern, Amanda Rogers, about their new educational program called the “Citizens Academy.” We spoke mainly with Amanda, who says the program will give participants a behind-the-scenes look at local government.

To find out more about the Citizens Academy, visit: www.cityofcape.org/academy.

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On this episode of Going Public, we talk with Whitney Quick, regional director of the Better Business Bureau, about a report they recently released on one of the top three frauds experienced across the nation and Canada, lottery and sweepstakes frauds. According to the report, these scams took nearly $117 million from victims just last year.

Lindsey: Tell us about this new report.

 

Dan Woods

On this edition of Going Public, we talk with Jackson Chamber Director Brian Gerau and Meredith Pobst, Director of Communications and the Foundation for the Jackson R-2 School District. We talk about how the partnership between the chamber and the school district benefits the community.

 

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On this edition of Going Public, we talk with Jackson Chamber Director Brian Gerau. He tells us about job placement services the chamber offers including resume review and mock interviews.

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On this edition of Going Public, we talk with writer/director Nick Murphy and Jen Berti with the Jackson Area Chamber of Commerce. Jen tells us about a 90s Trivia Night the chamber is hosting on Friday, May 18, to help support the movie "All Nite Skate." Murphy is the writer and director of the film and he tells us more about the movie and the story behind it.

90s Trivia Night Event

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