The Shelley Irwin Show Podcast for 2-8-24
Jennifer Crumbley verdict, free tax preparation, the Kids Free Trip to Africa Program, National School Counselors Week, and Community on Canvas.
We discuss the verdict in the Jennifer Crumbley case, Cooley Law Professor Tonya Krause-Phelan with the conversation about the involuntary manslaughter guilt, a jury concluding she is responsible for the deaths of four students murdered by her son in 2021.
It's tax time and preparers on behalf of AARP Foundation offer sites around West Michigan to help those who qualify. Sam Helmrick, District Coordinator, shares the info, sites at the GR library, and more. Volunteers are needed.
The Kids Free Trip to Africa Program offers a Black History Month Essay Contest. We talk to Paul Billings with The Beat, an urban radio station in Muskegon, about this opportunity for Juniors and seniors of The Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System.
This is National School Counselors Week, highlighting the vital contributions that school counselors across Michigan have made to students’ academic journey, post grad success and individual growth. We talk to former social worker and student mental health expert Teresa Woods, now ED for Lighthouse Connections Academy.
Art is alive and well in Ada Township. We discuss upcoming activities including a Dinner Taste party at Mudpenny, Art night, and Progressive Tastings. Cynthia Hagedorn, President Community on Canvas and Haley Stichman, Director, Ada Township talk about this Art/Township partnership for the young and young at heart.
Transcripts are provided upon request.