Each morning, Wayne Norman has interesting guests from around the area stop in and visit. The interviews are great; funny, yet concise and informational.

Tune in each morning Monday through Friday and have breakfast with Wayne and his guests! You may also view a list of future guests

Past Morning Show Guests

Tue., May. 31, 2011
7:20 -
Ingrid Wood and Hans DePold
Ingrid Wood and Hans DePold talk about the Washington Rochambeau Revolutionary Route through Columbia, Bolton, Lebanon, Scotland and all our local communities.
 
Website Link: http://www.ctwoodlands.org/CT-TrailsDay2011
Fri., May. 27, 2011
7:20 -
Dennis Cronin and Dave Walencewicz
Dennis Cronin and Dave Walencewicz talk about plans for a Skateboard Park at Lauter Park in Willimantic.  To hear an interview about the grand opening of the park, click here and scroll to May 31, 2012.
Dennis Cronin and Dave Walencewicz, holding plans for the skateboard park
 
The plan
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Thu., May. 26, 2011
7:20 -
Bob Horrocks, Pam Horrocks, David Fenn and Lynn Duval
Bob Horrocks, President of the Willimantic Victorian Neighborhood Association, Pam Horrocks, Chair of Victorian Days, David Fenn, and Lynn Duval preview events during Victorian Days in Willimantic
Bob Horrocks, David Fenn, Pam Horrocks, and Lynn Duvall
Wed., May. 25, 2011
7:20 -
Windham Mayor Ernie Eldridge
Windham Mayor Ernie Eldridge discusses new safety guidelines for the 2011 July 4th WILI Boom Box Parade, local politics and Titanic.
Ernie Eldridge
Website Link: http://www.wili-am.com/bbprules.htm
9:30 -
Legal Ease with attorneys from the Prue Law Group
Legal Ease with attorneys from the Prue Law Group:  Selling your house
Website Link: http://www.pruelawgroup.com/
Tue., May. 24, 2011
7:20 -
Kate Starkey,and Shannon Stahecki
Kate Starkey, committee member, and Shannon Stahecki from the American Cancer Society preview the 2011 Windham Area Relay For Life.
 
Shannon Stahecki and Kate Starkey
 
Website Link: http://www.windhamrelayforlife.org/
Mon., May. 23, 2011
7:20 -
Dr. Bernice Szafarek from Szafarek Dental in Columbia
Dr. Bernice Szafarek from Szafarek Dental in Columbia discusses halitosis--is it my breath or yours?  To hear this show and others in this series, log onto http://www.szafarekdental.com and click on "radio shows."
Dr. Bernice Szafarek
Website Link: http://www.szafarekdental.com
Fri., May. 20, 2011
7:20 -
Tim Wentzel
Tim Wentzel, Environmental Manager Mid-Neroc
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Tue., May. 17, 2011
7:20 -
Victoria Nimorowski and Shirley Shepard
Executive Director Victoria Nimorowski and board member Shirley Shepard talk about the Windham Area Interfaith Ministry
Website Link: http://www.waimct.org
9:15 -
Presentation of WILI's Ray of Sunshine award to Sandy Reed of Lebanon
Presentation of WILI's Ray of Sunshine award to Sandy Reed of Lebanon.  To hear the presentation, click here.
Sandy Reed with Charlene Pepin, who nominated her
Website Link: http://www.wili-am.com/ray1.htm
Mon., May. 16, 2011
7:20 -
Jill Bourbeau and Carrie Pichie
Jill Bourbeau, MA, Natchaug Hospital Director of School Programs and Carrie Pichie, Ph.D., Natchaug Hospital Director of Ambulatory Programs discuss Mental Health Month, mental illness, and depression.
Website Link: http://www.natchaug.org/
9:15 -
Charlie Bender
Charlie Bender from Lebanon calls from the south rim of the Grand Canyon, before backpacking the canyon for the 13th time.  To hear Wayne's experience backpacking in the Grand Canyon with the Benders in 2002, click here and scroll to May 6, 2015.  To read a summary of that 2002 hike, with photos, click here.
Jim and Charlie Bender, Dawn and John Drum, and Wayne Norman getting set to embark on their May 6-10, 2002 Grand Canyon expedition from Grandview Point
Fri., May. 13, 2011
7:20 -
Avery Tillinghast
Avery Tillinghast updates the TALVHI (The American Legion Veterans Housing Inc.) project in Jewett City.
Avery Tillinghast, with TALVHI's William Czmyr and Michael Belmont
Website Link: http://talvhi.community.officelive.com/default.aspx
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Charlie Wynn
Thu., May. 12, 2011
7:20 -
Jean deSmet and Carol Silva
Jean deSmet and Carol Silva of the 3rd Thursday Street Fests preview the new season of street fests in Willimantic.
Carol Silva and Jean deSmet
Website Link: http://www.willimanticstreetfest.com/
9:30 -
Author Derrick Lin
Author Derrick Lin talks about "Tiger Mother: SOB," which conveys how a strict, over-demanding mother psychologically harmed her underachieving son.
Derrick Lin
Website Link: http://tigermothersob.com/
Wed., May. 11, 2011
7:20 -
Bruce Foss, Joe Pernaselli, and Donny Marshall
Co-chairs Bruce Foss and Joe Pernaselli, with University Club co-owner Donny Marshall previewing the 16th annual Windham Hospital Golf Classic.
Joe Pernaselli and Bruce Foss
Website Link: http://www.windhamhospital.org/golf
8:50 -
Donny Marshall
Former UConn basketball player Donny Marshall--now the co-owner of the University Club of Connecticut--talks about the Celtics run in the NBA playoffs and reflects on the UConn men's basketball 2004 and 2011 NCAA championships. 
Donny Marshall
9:30 -
Legal Ease with attorneys from the Prue Law Group
Legal Ease with attorneys from the Prue Law Group: Buying your house. To listen to a CD of this show and others in this series, call the Prue Law Group at 423-9231.
Website Link: http://www.pruelawgroup.com/
Tue., May. 10, 2011
7:20 -
Rev. Rick Haverly, Shirley Shepard and Nancy Dickerman
The new pastor of the First Congregational Church in Willimantic, Rick Haverly, with Shirley Shepard and Nancy Dickerman.  To hear the interview, click here.
 
Nancy Dickerman, Shirley Shepard, and Rev. Rick Haverly
Website Link: http://www.churchw.org
9:30 -
Rich Schwab and Nancy Silander
The retired Dean of the UConn NEAG School of Education Rich Schwab and the Chair of the E. O. Smith High School Language Department Nancy Silander talk about the E. O. Smith Foundation and "Pantherpalooza" on May 14th.
 
Mon., May. 9, 2011
7:20 -
Kit Eves
Kit Eves, Executive Director of the McSweeney Regional Senior Center, talks about The Haiti Project in Willimantic, and other local service organizations which need donations.  To see what items are needed, see below.
Kit Eves
 
These items are needed for the Haiti Project in Willimantic and other local organizatons.  If you can help, please drop your donation off at the McSweeney Regional Senior Center, 47 Crescent Street in Willimantic, the First Congregational Church in Willimantic, or at 149 High Street in Willimantic.  For more information, call 860-423-4524.
 

Haiti
Any plastic with a cover, medicine bottles,
Over the counter medication even if passed dated
4 and 5 gallon buckets with covers
Kitty litter and dog food containers with cover and handle
Cloth of any kind,
old curtains,
towels any size even old ratty ones they can be cut up for wash cloths
t-shirts are cut to make cloth diapers
wash cloths,
sewing notions: thread, buttons, rickrack, bias tape, needles, pins,
jewelry, (This gets the women to bring their children for shots.)
flannel back tablecloths ( used for diaper changing tables)
diapers cloth
maternity dresses,
art supplies, crayons, paints, paint brushes, paper, crafts
yarn,
medical supplies: band aids, gauze, ace bandages, any thing that is household first aid
pens pencils, rulers, hand calculators, scissors
shampoo, soaps, laundry detergents, (donít forget to save these from hotels)
razors
shower caps
jump ropes, Frisbees, dominoes
umbrellas
scarves
sewing kits
sunglasses
suitcases
cards (especially Christmas that has nativity scenes they are used for birth records. These can be used cards.)
metal teaspoons
matchbox cars
toothbrushes and paste
Sheets flannel or cotton even if they have holes (can be turned into diapers)
Teething rings
Backpacks
Baseball caps
New born to 9 month clothes new or used
Pocketbooks
Barrettes and combs
marbles

Windham Textile and History Museum
books that have a book plate from Dunham library of American Thread,
any American Thread factory artifacts,
Victorian clothing and hats
Christmas wrapping paper, ribbons, bows, to and from cards or stickers
Tea pots
Tea cups and saucers

McSweeney Regional Senior Center 
Office chair without arms
Desk calculator
Cotton cloth
Checker sets
Legal size envelopes
Toilet paper
Gauze
Rock salt
Printer ink cartridges 21 22 57 and 56
Copier paper
File folders (not legal) and Hanging file folders (not legal)
AA batteries
A working vacuum cleaner
A working rug steam cleaner
Sewing notions such as bias tape or rick rack
Medical masks
Toothbrushes
Alcohol
Hydrogen peroxide
Listermint mouthwash
Distilled water
Tri-fold paper towels
Bleach or other cleaning supplies
Band-aids
Medical gloves

Willimantic Lions Club
Hearing aids
Glasses and or frames

VA
Single bed sheets
VCR and DVD movies

Covenant Soup Kitchen
Canned vegetables
Baggies,
Rice
Cereal
Pasta
Mashed potato flakes
Tuna fish or canned meats
Dry milk
deodorant

Holy Family Home and Shelter
Diapers
Baby formula
Baby clothes
Gently used baby toys
Gently used kid books

Local Schools
Campbell soup label

Preschools
Stickers
Crayons
Kid friendly scissors
Kid friendly paints
Fri., May. 6, 2011
7:20 -
Thomas Martin, Bill McCooey, Chiana Montesi, Pahola Almonte, Steve Merlino, Alexandria Lazzari
Windham High School students Thomas Martin, Chiana Montesi and Pahola Almonte, Windham AP Physics teacher Bill McCooey, Windham Principal Steve Merlino, and Windham Assistant Principal Alexandria Lazzari talk about the commercials that showed Windham and Windham High School during the national telecast of the Masters Golf Tournament.
 
Steve Merlino, Pahola Almonte, Thomas Martin, Chiana Montesi Bill McCooey, and Alex Lazzari
Website Link: http://www.wili-am.com/whsexxon.htm
9:30 -
Author Carla Malden
Author Carla Malden talks about "Afterimage," about life after the death of her husband.
Carla Malden
9:50 -
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn
ECSU Professor Charlie Wynn with this week's installment of "Books on Parade"--featuring books from the New York Times best seller list
Thu., May. 5, 2011
7:20 -
Duke York, Jack Collins, and Rick Spencer
Duke York, Jack Collins, and Rick Spencer: New England's transportation music specialists--The Electric TrainsTo hear the interview and the music, click here.
Duke York, Rick Spencer and Jack Collins
Website Link: http://www.theelectrictrains.com/
Wed., May. 4, 2011
7:20 -
Linda Schwartz
Commissioner of Connecticut's Department of Veterans Affairs Linda Schwartz talks about the many programs her department offers veterans.
Dr. Linda Schwartz
Website Link: http://www.ct.gov/ctva
Tue., May. 3, 2011
7:20 -
J. J. Cobb, Barbara Tucker, Paul Lietz, Amanda Ardel, Sarah Dillon, Hilary Osborn, and Amanda Hale
Eastern Connecticut State University assistant professor of acting J. J. Cobb, the director of the Connecticut Studies Center Barbara Tucker, with ECSU students Paul Lietz (Somers), Amanda Ardel (Coventry), Sarah Dillon (Quinebaug), Hilary Osborn (Columbia), and Amanda Hale (Louisiana) preview the site-specific play"Echoes--Voices From The Church Farm."
J. J. Cobb, Hilary Osborn, Paul Lietz, Sarah Dillon, Amanda Hale, Amanda Ardel, and Barbara Tucker
Mon., May. 2, 2011
7:20 -
Connecticut State Comptroller Kevin Lembo
Connecticut State Comptroller Kevin Lembo talks about his role as the state's chief financial officer.  To hear the interview, click here and scroll to July 2, 2012.
Kevin Lembo
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