1:00 - Kristin and Otto, on fiddle, guitar & concertina
2:00 - Bob Rosen, South County Report, with David Neuenshwander (Brinnon/Quilcene CoC)
2:30 - Tigran Arakelyan, conductor PT Community Orchestra
3:15 - KCPT’s Playfest
3:45 - Judith-Kate Friedman, “Songs From the Sound”
4:30 - Dudley-Nolette Family Actors reading
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1:00 - Gossamer Strings, original songs from the Oregon Territory
2:00 - Port Commissioner Bill Putney, Port Executive Director Sam Gibbony & Dir. of Ops. Greg Englin
2:45 - Simon deVoil, maker of song
3:00 - Paz al Mundo: Brian Douglas and Elaine Gardner-Morales
4:00 - Debbie Steele, for the Women’s March, the Fund for Women and Girls, and the Wearable Arts Show
4:30 - Catherine McNabb, reading from the work of Merrill Markow
(First airdate: February 13, 2018) SHERIFF STANKO: ALIGNING COMMUNITY & COPS. Our Town Host Maryanne McNellis interviews Sheriff Dave Stanko, who explains his mission to improve and humanize the police force in Jefferson County. During his first term, Stanko - who ran and won without the support of either major political party - has ambitiously revamped the sheriff’s office. He set up a Citizen’s Advisory Panel; sent officers into the schools; arranged for “coffee with a cop” meetings, and even put his entire force through extensive training sessions.
This week on the Compass we pay a return visit to the Ecumenical Christian Helping Hands Organization (ECHHO) to learn about both the services they offer and their current volunteer needs. And then we are treated to the ponderings of some of the town’s youngest philosophers at the Swan School.