Story by Lindsey Gispert
WGTS 91.9 carried out their first Leadership Associate Development Program this summer with three college students from local and distant universities. WGTS has a long history of serving college students and encouraging young people entering the career force. The program enhanced the professional skills of interns by allowing them to complete executive projects, promote station events and engage in personal interactions with listeners.
Story by V. Michelle Bernard / Photos by Stephen Lee and Melvin Donadelle
Hours before the official start of the “Relentless” Columbia Union Camporee at Summit Bechtel Reserve in Glen Jean, W.Va., a thunderstorm rolled through the campus, threatening the opening of the evening meeting. Chesapeake Conference’s SALT club from Randallstown, Md., was preparing to perform a liturgical dance for the evening program when the storm came through.
SALT staff member Kim Barrett watched two of her club’s tents fly 40 feet away. And, like most clubs, found their tents soaked all the way through.