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Steven Telesmanick CEO of the Schools on Wheels of MA joins the podcast to discuss how the organization provides Educational support to students in need, how people can get involved with the organization and what life is like working in the non profit sector저자 Marshfield Community Television
 
Cardinal Cushing Centers Director of Development Laurie Maranian joins the podcast to discuss how she got to Cardinal Cushing, how development has changed in the time of COVID and what life is like working in the non profit sector저자 Marshfield Community Television
 
Sara interviewed Abby Archer from Cape Cod Cooperative Extension and Woods Hole Sea Grant about the River Herring Network, when and where they each saw their first herring as kids, and the competitive and cooperative world of volunteer herring counts in Massachusetts.저자 Marshfield Community Television
 
"The Boys & Girls Club of Marshfield joins us in the MCTV studio to talk about their new fundraising initiative, Rally for the Future, and how they're supporting kids and families in Marshfield during COVID-19. To learn how you can help out, visit bgcmarshfield.org!"저자 Marshfield Community Television
 
In a special 'at home' edition of "Is This Thing On,” Production Assistant Hayley Herman calls up friend, Emma Shickell to discuss how they're working on staying mentally & physically healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more resources on how to manage emotional and mental well-being during this time, visit https://www.mass.gov/info-details/ma…
 
Jonathan sits down with current MCTV Board President and former Marshfield Town Council Robert Marzelli to discuss the Town of Marshfield's decision to ban coin operated arcade games in 1982 and the legal proceedings that followed. A great listen to those interested in the history of Marshfield, video games or the legal system…
 
In this episode Jonathan sits down with the newest member of the MCTV staff Hayley Herman. Hayley talks about going from being an MCTV Intern to becoming a staff member, the two interviews she's had with Jonathan and Jenn and what it's like rooting for awful sports teams저자 Marshfield Community Television
 
The Know Flood Newscast, the official Podcast of the Massachusetts Coastal Coalition, discusses hot topics on flood issues that affect all stakeholders. From Risk Rating 2.0, to local community issues, the Podcast will bring a local and national perspective to our communities. The Podcast will feature special guests, updates on MCC activity, interv…
 
In this episode of you’ll hear Marshfield TV's Desmond O'Neill speaking with Dr. Joseph Shrand about the psychology of addiction as well as the program that he runs to help young people who are addicted to drugs. Click the link below to see the documentary Opioid Abuse On The South Shore. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGIynjk2dNM…
 
In this episode of you’ll hear Marshfield TV's Desmond O'Neill speaking with Warren Nicole and Dan Foley from the New Way Recovery Center in Quincy. we discuss what happens at A New Way, the causes and effects of addiction and the increasing lethality of opioid products. Click the link below to see the documentary Opioid Abuse On The South Shore. h…
 
In this episode of you’ll hear Marshfield TV's Desmond O'Neill speaking with Jen Cantwell and Cathy Epervary from Marshfield FACTS, a community coalition that works with the community to educate students and parents about the dangers of drug use. Click the link below to see the documentary Opioid Abuse On The South Shore. https://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
In this episode of Opioid Abuse On The South Shore you’ll hear Marshfield TV's Desmond O'Neill speaking with Marshfield Town selectman Mike Bradley, Police Chief Phil Tavares, and Fire Chief William Hawking where we discussed the way that organizations in Marshfield work together along with county wide programs to address the growing opioid crisis.…
 
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