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Dr. Brendan Minnihan - SAU 43 - Covid 19 Newport Update - 3-16-2020

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Release Date: 03/16/2020

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Newport Police Chief Brent Wilmot & Sullivan County Manager Derek Ferland are on talking about life in military school, training they received, Derek going in the hole, Graduation this past week, the Sugar River Region meeting this week, different types of activities in the County and more.

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PJ Lovely is talking about the nice weather, the block Party coming up, Cornhole Tourney, Disk Golf, summer Camp, the great track season, and lots more.

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Jeana Newbern and Maria Bishop, RN, are on talking about Foot Care. We discuss the importance of foot care, the clinics that happen, who generally attends the clinics, what they do and more.

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Chief Chase is on with his broken phone, we talk about my phone & loss of data a few months ago, I think Elvis didn't die young, scam warnings, records are forever, graduation is Thursday in Claremont, waiting for a parade, the Stevens Alumni Parade, and more.

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Kevin Onnela is on this week as we talk about mowing his fields, getting a robot lawn mower, riding in a helicopter, Kevin's issue with someone parking in front of his dumpster box, people being brave on Social Media and lots more.

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Ed and Wayne are here as we talk about ticks being bad, fox in town, the guys talk about their hearing aid, Ed likes his wife's new car, cell phones, technology and lots more.

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General Bolduc is on as he talks about the busy month he has had, he explains his campaign, what sets him apart, care for the Vets, differences between he and God Sununu & Sen Hassan and more.

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Leigh Stocker from Summercrest made it in as we talk about the things getting looser (in regards to Covid) at Summercrest, live music is returning, masks are off for residents and more.

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Catherine Bardier, from New London Hospital, is on talking about Be Bike Safe, the Kearsarge Food Hub, Walk With Ease, Casting For Recovery and Covid restrictions easing some.

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Chief Brent Wilmot is in studio as we look back to high school days, what would have done different, the importance of keeping good people around you, having a positive outlook on things, graduation is next week, donkey drop bingo is happening at Block Party in July, and more.

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SAU #43 Superintendent Dr. Brendan Minnihan is in studio discussing the Covid 19 situation.  Coming directly from a staff meeting this morning, Dr. Minnihan spoke about the latest situation with the Newport School District.  Governor Sununu closed all public schools at a press conference Sunday until at least April 3rd.  We spoke about what this means for students & staff, how online & at home learning will take place, how the school breakfast & lunch program will service it's population, the Newport school board and select board working together for the betterment of the community, how the school shutdown will or will not alter graduation & April vacation, how special ed students and those with IEP's will be affected, Pre-K thru 3rd grade learning, distributing Chrome Books to at home learners, and lots more.  This pandemic is something we all as a society are dealing with and learning about, and the Newport School District's plans are fluid; willing to change when need arises.