Segment A: Girl Scouts: 100 Years of Creating Tough Cookies/Segment B: Waterside’s Future

Posted by: perry 3/12/2012 11:32 PM

Monday, March 12
Segment A: Girl Scouts: 100 Years of Creating Tough Cookies


Today is the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts.  From its roots in home economics and citizenship, to today’s badges in web design and online etiquette, the Girl Scouts have encouraged generations of young girls to become women of integrity. On today’s show, we’ll talk with the President Emeritus of the Scouts about the life skills learned from friendships, camp-outs and Girl Scout songs.

 

Scheduled Guests:
Kathy Cloninger, CEO Emeritus of Girl Scouts of the USAwww.girlscouts.org


Segment B: Waterside’s Future
The future of Norfolk’s Waterside will soon be decided. City officials have narrowed possible development projects down to just two: a $30 million project with 13 themed restaurants; and a $200 million project with two hotels and an expanded marina. We’ll talk with representatives of both projects about their separate plans and ask listeners to weigh in with their thoughts on the future of Norfolk’s premier waterfront spot.

 

Scheduled Guests:
David Keith, architect with Clark Nexsen/HL Development
www.clarknexsen.com
www.hldevelopment.com
Reed Cordish, vice president of Cordish Companies
www.cordish.com

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