Education Never Ends on KMXT


Jay Barrett/KMXT

It’s spring fundraising week on KMXT, and our focus is "continuing education." During our news and entertainment shows, hosts are talking with people from around the community who help each of us learn something new every day.

Yesterday morning, Jim "Cowboy" Cobis had on a pair of guests – the first was Patty Holmes who is with the Kodiak Garden Club.

(Edu Week 1 43 sec "There’s a lot of learning … how to grow things.")

Cowboy also talked with Toby Sullivan, the director of the Kodiak Maritime Museum, which produces the oral history show "When Crab Was King," airs weekly on KMXT:

(Edu Week 2 34 sec "We’ve got the first new … of it is quite brilliant.")

Maggie Wall appeared live on the noon news yesterday to talk about the Leg Head (ledge-head) report, which she has produced for over three years.

(Edu Week 3 20 sec "I’ve have a vehicle … always learning something new.")

Kristin Donaldson, environmental education specialist, and Matt Entwistle, the Salmon Camp director at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center were also on the noon news and talked about the educational programs the center offers:

(Edu Week 4 51 sec "For the little tykes … everything we’ve done in the field.")

Tune in all week to KMXT as we spread the word about continuing education, during our spring fund drive.


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