The Talk of The Town
The Talk of the Town can be heard weekdays from 12:30pm – 12:45pm on KTLO-FM, 97.9.
Join host Kim Szecsi as she talks with guests from throughout the Twin Lakes Area about upcoming events and interesting people.
To schedule an interview on The Talk of the Town, contact Kim Szecsi at (870) 425-3101
Or e-mail her at email@example.com
Montie McKinney with the Marion County Master Gardeners invites folks out to their huge plant and bake sale in Yellville April 26th, and to their Q and A at the harp’s greenhouse in yellville on the 27th!
Dr. Jake Long, Superintendent of Mountain Home Public Schools, Leah Dewey and Isaac Helms talk about the amazing EAST program at area schools and their ambitious goals!
Tim Herrold with Visually Impaired Persons, invites new members or anyone interested to their meetings, at the Church of Christ the last Wednesday of each month. Call Debby Rees for more info at 870-613-3957.
Brenda Spencer and Anna Grace Spencer, (“Mary Poppins”) talk about their show, “Mary Poppins Jr.” coming up at Dunbar April 27th and 28th—it’s a MUST SEE!
Elaine Essery, Marketing and Outreach Coordinator with Hospice of the Ozarks talks about their upcoming “Night to Remember” Fundraiser, and how you can purchase tickets.
Linda Reed, with the Joe P. Joslin American Legion Post #23 in Cotter talks about the “Junk in the Trunk” Sale coming up on May 11th at Cotter Springs Park. To register, call 870-499-7754.
Elaine Essery, Outreach and Development Coordinator at Hospice of the Ozarks, invites everyone to participate in the “Night to Remember” fundraiser on June 8th—tickets are available online, and at the Hospice offices.
Dana Scott, Director at the Marion County Library discusses the many activities coming up this month at the library, and how you can get involved!
Sally Gilbert, Community Bank President at Arvest Bank, and Jeff Quick, CEO of the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas, discuss the Shred-A-Thon coming up this Saturday, and the Feed The Pack Event scheduled for April 26th.
Kim speak with Becky Rose, Director of Volunteer Services for BRMC.