New York Chiropractic College’s Health & Fitness Director and Lyons, NY native Rhett Ticconi is in-studio to talk about the facilities and programs available at the Seneca Falls campus and about his former positions with the Miami Dolphins and the Cornell football program.
Seneca Falls Town Councilman and local attorney Emil Bove will be in-studio with an update on the progress the Town of Seneca Falls is making towards a new Town Hall, the latest on the effect the Cayuga Indian Nation is having on Town finances, and a preview of It’s A Wonderful Life Weekend in Seneca Falls.
Long time Finger Lakes Times journalist Dave Shaw is in-studio.to talk about the history of the Cayuga Indian Land Claim, his career that has spanned nearly 40 years, and the future of the Finger Lakes Times.
Jeff Rook, founder and organizer of the It’s A Wonderful Run 5K in Seneca Falls talks about the upcoming event scheduled for Saturday, December 13th. 4,000 runners are expected to descend upon downtown Seneca Falls for the annual run which is part of the It’s A Wonderful Life Festival in the town that is thought to be the inspiration for Bedford Falls in the Frank Capra holiday classic movie.
Environmental conservationist Dennis Money and Seneca County SUpervisor Steve Churchill to talk about the White Deer and possible re-use of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus, NY.
Lorraine Withers & Kathy Jans-Duffy join Harold Weber live in-studio to talk about all the events surrounding Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s 199th Birthday in Seneca Falls, NY and why residents of the historic town have been so daring through the decades.