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Poodle Radio on Searching, Rescuing, and Educating

August 18, 2011


First on this week’s Poodle Radio, Louis D’Angelo and Levi Michaels conduct an in-depth segment on this week’s cover stories on Santa Barbara County Search and Rescue, including but not limited to conversations with Valerie Walston and Martha Sadler, the writers of the stories, both of whom made their first contact with SBCSAR after getting lost in the wilderness. Then, Partners in Education Executive Director Ben Romo stops by the studio to talk about how his group uses a private resources, public resources, and volunteers to counterbalance the current fiscal hardships of Santa Barbara schools.

You can tune in to Poodle Radio live every Thursday morning from 8-9 a.m. on KCSB, 91.9 FM in Santa Barbara or on KCSB’s webcast at KCSB.org.

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Poodle Radio #83

First on this week’s Poodle Radio, Louis D’Angelo and Levi Michaels conduct an in-depth segment on this week’s cover stories on Santa Barbara County Search and Rescue.

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