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Author Bios

  • March 25, 2008 11:00 PM


    7:30 AM: Janette Bair has hosted house concert style performances in her Reeds Spring Homes for over 20 years. She is a hero to music lovers across the country. Mike Smith has her story.

    4:30 PM: Pat Auston is the support group coordinator at St. Johns. She facilitates 12 support groups, and has made a difference in many people's lives. Michele Skalicky has her story.

  • March 25, 2008 11:00 PM


    7:30 AM: Janette Bair has hosted house concert style performances in her Reeds Spring Homes for over 20 years. She is a hero to music lovers across the country. Mike Smith has her story.

    4:30 PM: Pat Auston is the support group coordinator at St. Johns. She facilitates 12 support groups, and has made a difference in many people's lives. Michele Skalicky has her story.

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  • March 24, 2008 11:00 PM


    7:30 AM: Susan Miles is the Director of Champion Athletes of the Ozarks, an organization that caters to handicapped children and adults by offering not only competitive sports opportunities but also vitally important training in life skills.

    4:30 PM: Betty Harter has been cooking for the people of Billings for most of her 80 years. The community loves her as much as she loves cooking for them. Mike Smith has her story.

  • March 24, 2008 11:00 PM


    7:30 AM: Susan Miles is the Director of Champion Athletes of the Ozarks, an organization that caters to handicapped children and adults by offering not only competitive sports opportunities but also vitally important training in life skills.

    4:30 PM: Betty Harter has been cooking for the people of Billings for most of her 80 years. The community loves her as much as she loves cooking for them. Mike Smith has her story.

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  • March 23, 2008 11:00 PM


    Debi Lee, Managing Director of Children's Choirs of Southwest Missouri, has spent more than 3 decades teaching singing to, and instilling a love of choral music in, Springfield-area children.

    Joan Collins is another local "unsung hero" who has devoted her life to serving children in the community, first as a longtime English teacher at Hillcrest High School, and later as one of the founders of Peace Network of the Ozarks, and as a member of Writers Hall of Fame.

  • March 23, 2008 11:00 PM


    Debi Lee, Managing Director of Children's Choirs of Southwest Missouri, has spent more than 3 decades teaching singing to, and instilling a love of choral music in, Springfield-area children.

    Joan Collins is another local "unsung hero" who has devoted her life to serving children in the community, first as a longtime English teacher at Hillcrest High School, and later as one of the founders of Peace Network of the Ozarks, and as a member of Writers Hall of Fame.

  • January 30, 2008 10:44 AM


    With support from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, this series introduces you to people in the Ozarks who through organizing and participating in charitable giving, are making their communities better. I'm Mike Smith, and on this edition of Making a Difference, we travel to Crane, in Stone County, where the Table Rock Lake Community Foundation board of directors is holding its January meeting.

  • January 30, 2008 10:44 AM


    Here's the second part of the January 31 edition of Making A Difference Where You Live. Today, a visit with the Table Rock Lake Community Foundation.

  • December 21, 2007 12:00 AM


    In this segment of KSMU's Sense of Community series, Michele Skalicky reports on a project underway at Table Rock Lake and its watershed that aims to enhance the fish population in the lake and Lake Taneycomo.

  • December 21, 2007 12:00 AM


    In this segment of KSMU's Sense of Community series, Michele Skalicky reports on a project underway at Table Rock Lake and its watershed that aims to enhance the fish population in the lake and Lake Taneycomo.