Adain Bass

Student Producer

Originally from Columbia, Mississippi, Adain is a Communications major with a focus of Public Relations at the University of Louisiana Monroe. She intends to graduate in the Spring of 2022, followed by training to begin a career as a stewardess.

Adain is involved in the color guard for the ULM Sound of Today marching band. She also enjoys various genres of music, rock climbing, and glass blowing.

Asja Jordan / Potential 2 Kinetic

Saturday, July 27, Potential 2 Kinetic (P2K) is partnering with Ouachita Green and Keep West Monroe Beautiful to provide an opportunity for people to participate in a yoga class and a community clean-up. 

Shannon Rider / Ouachita Parish Mosquito Abatement District

Shannon Rider from the Ouachita Parish Mosquito Abatement District of the Ouachita Parish Police Jury gives KEDM listeners some inside information on mosquito prevention and protection.

Twin Cities Mayors' Committee on Disabilities / https://www.facebook.com/TwinCityMCD/photos/a.446622012359534/446621915692877/?type=1&theater

 

Tuesday, July 16, the Twin Cities Mayors' Committee on Disabilities is hosting their 2019 TCMCD Awards Banquet. 

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The Union Museum of History and Art is hosting  a traveling display from the National WWII Museum in New Orleans called “Victory Gardens, Then and Now,”

Marianna Langston, a nutritionist with the Southern University AgCenter system, is discussing the history and importance of Victory Gardens, regarding the war effort in a presentation on Saturday, July 13, at 11 a.m.

Emerald Accent / https://www.facebook.com/emeraldaccent/photos/a.158948780782448/1757500340927276/?type=1&theater

The Downtown West Monroe Revitalization Group features Irish and Scottish music with Emerald Accent, Friday, June 28 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

This month’s Ouachita Live be held next to Miss Kay’s Sweets and Eats in downtown West Monroe. Miss Kay’s will be open for business, and there will also be beer and wine for sale at the event. 

Eclectic Soul / https://www.facebook.com/pg/eclecticsoul2015/photos/?ref=page_internal

The Northeast Delta African American Heritage Museum is holding its sixth annual Jazzin’ in June fundraiser on Saturday, June 22. 

LSBDC

The Louisiana Small Business Development Center at the University of Louisiana Monroe is partnering with Louisiana Economic Development to bring "Business and Breakfast" to life.

This event takes place on June 21 from 8:30 a.m. until 10 a.m. and will be held in Room 117 of Stubbs Hall on the University of Louisiana at Monroe campus. Hosted by Taylor Nelson, marketing and training coordinator, and Christina Davis, senior business consultant, this event will be an informational and application meeting for the upcoming SEBD Roundtable program.

Schepis Museum / https://www.facebook.com/213203838714466/photos/a.213204348714415/1013670555334453/?type=1&theater

The Schepis Museum has a summer full of exciting events. 

Nick Cave / https://nelaarts.org/event/arts-council-film-series-as-is-by-nick-cave/

The Northeast Louisiana Arts Council is teaming up with Flying Tiger Brewery to present their second annual Summer Film Series.

This year they have films scheduled for June 19, July 17, and August 2 with all productions beginning at 7 p.m. The films being shown this year are “61 Bullets”, “On Va Continuer”, and Wednesday’s title of “As Is” by Nick Cave. For more information on the films being presented this year go to www.nelaarts.org

Connor Tarter / https://www.flickr.com/photos/connortarter

With summer time fast approaching, Sergeant Wayne Parker of the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries stopped by the station to give a few tips on boating safety. The LDWF Enforcement Division reminds all boaters to be safe, responsible, and knowledgeable while on the water. Sergeant Parker urges boaters to inspect their vessels and make certain that all required safety equipment is on board, such as life jackets. He brings to attention that it is mandatory for anyone 16 years old and younger to wear a properly fitted life jacket when on a boat less than 26 feet in length.

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