A while back during the chaos of election season I had a chance to sit down with a local legend. The pioneer of radio broadcasting in Salmo, Baptist Minister, and all around great guy, Gerald Hutchman.
Sadly Salmo will soon be saying goodby to Gerald and his wife Donna as they relocate to Oregon to be closer to Donnas family. Luckily Gerald has agreed to keep us all up to date with all his new adventures in upcoming episodes of ‘Keeping Up With Hutch’
Hope you enjoy.
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Welcome to Season 2 of the podcast.
I have a go at talking to myself this episode in an attempt to outline the future of the podcast.
The podcast feed seems to me to be a broadcast platform with about 20 hours a month of uploadable audio content. I hope to have different themed shows on the platform and hope that it becomes like a radio station for the village. I briefly discuss the potential shows and possible community involvement. My lonely rambling is followed by a speech given by Corky Evans at the Salmo Watershed Streamkeepers societies 20 year anniversary gala. I hope you enjoy.
Episode 10 stirred up quite a bit of engagement since its release. Jen came on the podcast to share her perspective on local politics and her experience on council. She made some important points about the village office and the need for civic engagement.
Thanks for listening and keep the feedback coming. Also there has been a problem with the mailing list so if you want to be notified about new shows please email the podcast directly at PodcastSalmo@gmail.com so I can ad you to the list manually. Thanks again.
I sat down with village council candidate Jacqueline Huser. We talked about her career history and extensive volunteer experience. We spoke about village council and how she hopes to improve communications and transparency from the Village to the public. I enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do to. Enjoy