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The Senior Class
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The Senior Class

Join Sam Ricketts for an hour of great radio on a variety of topics that impact Seniors. Sam and guests discuss Lifestyle, Health Issues, Entertainment and a host of other topics specifically impacting seniors, but here's a little secret...its entertaining and informative for all ages!   Mondays at 1 on "The Town."

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 ID YOU MISS A SHOW?  LISTEN BELOW:
 

>Senior Class April 24 with cantor Gary Schiff discussing Passover and the liberation of Dachau.

>Senior Class April 17 with Maddie Steffans discussing advanced directives.

>Senior Class April 10 with Andrea Edwards discussing colorectal health.

>Senior Class March 27 with Chrissy Nelson, Diabetes Educator.

>Senior Class March 20 with The Chuck Berry Tribute Show.

>Senior Class March 13 with guest host Keith Thompson with Bill Blake and Tim Sullivan from WCTR's Rock N Roll Review.

>Senior Class Feb 27 with nurse Sherry Hill talking cardiac health.

>Senior Class Feb 13 with Sabine Harvey of the University Of Maryland Extension, Kent County.

>Senior Class Feb 6 with The Beatles Feb 1964 Show.

>Senior Class January 30 with Nina Sharp, Pat Patterson and Christopher Wallace of Church Hill Theatre.

>Senior Class January 23 with WC-All lecturer Doc Smith talking life aboard a submarine.

>Senior Class January 16 with historians Mike Roberts and Pat Patterson talking Middle Eastern politics.

>Senior Class January 9 with Bishop Ronald Fisher.

>Senior Class January 2 with plastic surgeon Dr. Christopher Spitler.

>Senior Class December 26 with Bill Blake and Tim Sullivan, the hosts of the Rock N Roll Revue.

>Senior Class December 19 with Ginger Gregg with the Kent County Office Of Emergency Services.

>Senior Senior Class December 12 with the Frank Sinatra Birthday Show.

>Senior Class December 5 with historian Mike Roberts talking about Pearl Harbor and World War II.