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Doug Herendeen -The 11th Hour

  The two-time Associated Press award-winning The 11th Hour with Doug Herendeen mixes community,  commentary and your calls.  The program has a rotating roster of guest co-hosts and frequent guests such as Dr. Gabe Mirkin, Penn State Altoona Musicologist - Record Collector Jerry Zolten, Blair County Master Gardener Tom Ford, collectibles expert Harry Rinker of Whatcha' Got?  and more

Call in at (814) 946-0435
 email doug@theradiocampus.com



The 11th Hour - Guests & Topics - March 3rd-7th 2014

Wednesday March 5th

Central Blair Recreation and Park Commission
Fundraising Talent Bank

Deadline for applications March 10th
949-2231 www.cbrcparks.org


Alto Model Train Museum Association Scalefest
Sunday March 9th 9am to 2pm
Blair County Convention Center
$5 for Adults; under 5 Free

www.altoonatrain.com

Thursday March 6th
Adam Conrad - Real Estate Thursday

Friday March 7th


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People : Adam Conrad




 
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