Coffee Break airs every weekday morning from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m..
Monday’s program at Scotland County Hospital will feature Scotland Co. R-1 Superintendent Dave Shalley talking about school-related issues. Tuesday at Van Buren County Hospital in Keosauqua will feature Davis County School Superintendent Dan Maeder. The Davis County school district is discussing adopting a new math program, as well as a new “Power School” school information program. Maeder will also discuss funding issues, as well as pushing forward with Iowa Governor Terry Branstad’s proposed education reform and allowable growth in Iowa schools. Wednesday at the Main Street Cafe in Memphis, Kathi Scott from Davis County Hospital will be bringing a guest to talk about what’s going on there. Thursday at Steve’s Family Dining in Kahoka, LeeAnn Shaffer-Smith of the local Great River Area Big Brothers/Big Sisters group in Keokuk will talk about their upcoming “Bowl For Kids Sake” fundraiser in March. Local board member Thelma Bryant of Kahoka will also be there, then on Friday our featured guest on Coffee Break will be Missouri State Senator Brian Munzlinger.
If you have an idea for a program, or if you would like to be a guest on Coffee Break, please contact KMEM News and Programming Director Rick Fischer at 1-800-748-7875.