I had the rare opportunity on April 6 to be interviewed by Rob Kendall of WYRZ 98.9 FM radio in Brownsburg to discuss They're Our Kids on the "Central Indiana Today" show.
We talked about They're Our Kids, parenting in general, Macaroni Kid - Hendricks, the Kiwanis Club of Danville, the pros and cons of social media, the education system, and Danville schools.
I even talked a little bit about myself if you're interested in learning more about me.
Our discussion aired on WYRZ 98.9 FM on Wednesday evening, but you can find and listen to the podcast online by clicking here.
WYRZ is a listener-funded FM radio station owned by a not-for-profit company. They operate out of Brownsburg, playing Solid Gold Top 40 music from the late 1960s through the mid-1980s and broadcasting local high school sports, local news, and locally-produced radio shows such as Central Indiana Today.
In Hendricks County, you can find them at 98.9 on your FM dial. Anywhere else on the planet, you can listen online at WYRZ.org (as I'm doing right now).
WYRZ is hosting its second annual Blue Jeans and Bow Ties Dinner Dance fundraiser later this month on Friday, April 29, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the West Chase Golf Club in Brownsburg.
The event will feature dinner from Dawson's Too, as well as music from the 60s, 70s and 80s by DJ Troy Hanna. There will be a wine pull, a photo booth, a silent auction and, of course, plenty of dancing.
The world-famous Paul Poteet will emcee the event.
For more information about the Blue Jeans and Bow Ties Dinner Dance, including how to purchase tickets to attend, click here.
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