Wagon Wheel Broadcasting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
NEWS DIRECTOR - posted September 12, 2019
Eagle Country 99.3 has a rare opening for a full/part time news director. Duties include gathering and writing news, delivering newscasts on-air, updating and writing news for www.eaglecountryonline.com. Experience in news is preferred. Please send aircheck and resume to email@example.com. Wagon Wheel Broadcasting, LLC is an equal opportunity employer.
GENERAL INTERNSHIP – ongoing
Eagle Country 99.3 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana is in need of interns to help with various tasks around the station. This internship offers more than getting cups of coffee and filing paperwork. Interns will get hands-on experience assisting in audio production, web content, producing broadcasts, and more. This unpaid internship must count towards high school or college credit. Applicants should submit their cover letter, resume, and letter of recommendation from a school faculty member to Mike Perleberg, operations manager. E-mail mike -at- eaglecountryonline.com, fax 812-537-5735, or mail Eagle Country 99.3, ATTN: Mike Perleberg, 20 E. High St., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025.
Online Drawing and Painting Class
Join Instructor Russell Vossler for a comprehensive series of classes on Mondays, covering methods and techniques, and focusing on a particular project each week. Each student will need to purchase materials for the class appropriate for either drawing or painting. See the website for materials lists. Registration required and participants in this pilot program will need to join the Facebook group “JCPL Online Drawing and Painting Class”. Adult and Young Adult. Instructor Russell Vossler.at Jefferson County Public Library
Summer Reading Program Kids and Teens
Read for fun this summer and you could win big! The library is hosting our annual summer reading program for all ages! Children earn prizes for every eight books or two hours of reading up to 32 books/8hrs. Read more for more chances to win local gift certificates. Young Adults ages 11-18 earn free book prizes for every five hours read and the chance to win a weekly drawing. Participants do not need to register! Simply complete reading logs and then use the Reading Log Entry Google Forms to submit entries. Contact the library if you would prefer a paper reading log or would like help submitting your reading progress. Prize pick-ups arranged through google forms or by contacting the library. Visit www.mjcpl.org or the Summer Reading Facebook Page: JCPL Summer Reading for more details.at Madison Public Library
Grab & Go Crafts
Each week the library will have a different craft kit suitable for kids of all ages through our summer reading program. Simply sign up online using our event calendar a week in advance or call the library to reserve a kit. Themes include foam crowns, spinning tops, pinwheels, and more. Decide which library you would like to pick up your kit from when you register. Kits may be picked up from Tuesday through Friday/Saturday. Days and hours are dependent on the current library hours at each location. Check www.mjcpl.org or call 812/265-2744 for current library hours. Free.at Madison Public Library
The college will be providing masks to all registered students and employees, visitors are asked to bring their own masks but disposable makes will be available for anyone who doesn’t have one.
We have had 15 positive cases reported since Tuesday, July 7th, making this past week our biggest increase in cases for a 7-day period.