Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Fallon to Guest Host Mickleson in the Morning on Thursdaay and Friday

From my inbox...

Trying to follow Wall Street these days is like watching your kid learn to play tennis – balls and rackets are flying up and down, but you're never quite sure where they're going to land. Home sales are down and foreclosures are up. Gas prices were way up; now they’re down, but who knows how long that will last. Food prices are climbing along with fears about what's in our food.

Happy Holidays!?!?

We’re not trying to play the Grinch, but it’s important to confront head-on the serious problems facing our country and our planet. While we’re all eager to see what Obama will do to address these challenges, there are steps we can each take on our own.

This Thursday and Friday, we’ll host The Jan Mickelson Show (Jan’s on vacation). Tune-in to WHO Radio (1040 AM) from 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Day, we'll talk with guests and callers about the growth in local food production i n Iowa, the importance of knowing where our food comes from and the economic, environmental and health benefits of buying food from Iowa farmers.

Friday, as Iowans head to the malls and shopping centers, we'll discuss the necessity (and fun!) of supporting locally-owned businesses, along with the spiritual and economic value – to oneself, one’s family and one’s community – of living simply.

We hope you’ll tune-in from 9:00 until 11:30 both days. If you’d like to call-in to the show, dial (515) 284-1040 or (800) 469-4295. If you’re outside WHO’s listening range, you can stream us live at

Thanks, and we hope you enjoy a truly happy, peaceful holiday weekend.

Lynn Heuss and Ed Fallon

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