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“Town Talk” Hosts Habitat for Humanity, Faith Leaders, CRRL and More

Fredericksburg Today Publisher Susan Larson is serving as interim host of News Talk 1230 WFVA’s local morning show “Town Talk.”

“Town Talk” airs live from 8 to 9 a.m. Monday through Friday. Listen on your radio at 1230 AM or online at “Town Talk” Live Streaming

Larson’s guests for the week of March 30 through April 3 are:

Monday, March 30
Greater Fredericksburg Habitat for Humanity Director of Operations Jason Tickle and Veteran’s Build Co-Chair Gayle Bracy will talk about opportunities including Veteran’s Build and the home repair program called A Brush With Kindness.

Tuesday, March 31
Adriana Puckett and Christie Hoerneman from Central Rappahannock Regional Library will highlight the many eReading opportunities the library provides, and preview CRRL-Con, the April 25 comic book convention coming to England Run Library.

Wednesday, April 1
David Berreth, director of Gari Melchers Home and Studio at Belmont, will discuss the April 12 Spring Open House. “It’s a free admission day to welcome the community during the most colorful time of year in the gardens,” he said.

He’ll also talk about a new spotlight exhibition featuring Melchers’ “The Crimson Rambler,” on loan from a private collection, and building preservation projects at Belmont.

Thursday, April 2
A coalition of Fredericksburg faith leaders including Sheikh Rashid Lamptey, Imam and director of the Islamic Center of Fredericksburg; Rabbi Jeremy Weisblatt of Beth Sholom Temple; The Rev. Joseph Hensley, rector at St. George’s Episcopal Church; The Reverend Gay M. Rahn, associate rector at St. George’s Episcopal Church; and The Rev. Dr. Aaron Dobynes, pastor at Shiloh Baptist Church (Old Site); will discuss Interfaith collaboration and how to bridge differences.

Friday, April 3
Hear about Team Red White & Blue Fredericksburg from Community Director Andy Sampson and Community Outreach Director Margaret Clevenger.

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