The Shelley Irwin Show Podcast 2-12-24
Rare Disease Day, Restorative Pathways, AAA, Gathered Botanicals, and Google search trends during the Super Bowl.
Rare Disease Day is February 29, Calvin University presenting a Rare Disease Network Event on the 24th, We talk about the event made for connection, education and advocacy, free to all, with the Network’s Dr. Amy Wilstermann and Dr. Rachael Baker.
Muskegon Community College brings in Author Carl Wilkins to present the topics Restorative Pathways at the Sturrus Center, downtown campus. Part of the events for Black History Month, this February 15th event will present lessons from Rwanda.
Our highway heroes are at risk, according to a AAA study that examines the characteristics of fatal roadside worker crashes. AAA Spokesperson Adrienne Woodland talks about those who put themselves at risk, such as the tow truck drivers, mobile mechanics, roadside techs and more. Prevention strategies for other drivers discussed.
An exciting new storefront and workshop space opens in the downtown Belknap neighborhood of GR, Proprietor Aubrey Winfield talks about the weekly workshops and public class offerings, including weekend local talent.
And what did we google while watching the Super Bowl? We talk to google trends expert Smriti Sinha, the top trending Super Bowl questions, searched players, halftime show and also the most searched lyrics.
Transcripts are provided upon request.