We have new programs on the broadcast starting at midnight tonight! Celebrate 30 Years of Meals on Wheels, take a 5 Minute Meditation with Carla Augustyn, and watch Monday’s BOS and Parks & Recreation meetings.
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New programming is coming to the weekend broadcast starting tonight at midnight.
Shoreline Eldercare Alliance has a new program out on better hearing and Bethel and First Baptist Church both have new sermons. There is plenty of poetry and music on this weekend’s schedule along with some comedy and more chances to catch up on Town meetings.
Programming with producer permission will be uploaded to our YouTube channel on Sunday for viewing and sharing with anyone who is interested in Guilford news and events.
GCTV’s broadcast schedule for Wednesday and Thursday feature new BOF and BOS meetings and new Sunday sermons from First Baptist Church and Words for Life.
There will also be more chances to learn about Guilford’s Trains and Depots, Shoreline Greenway Trails, and the Trolley Museum.
Town meetings broadcast this week, along with other programs for which we have producer permission, will be uploaded to our YouTube channel on Sunday. www.youtube.com/gctvguilford
New content available for viewing and sharing. The 3rd PZC hearing and vote on Coastal Resiliency, Bethel, Words for Life, Pansy Jam and more.
We now have over 450 videos, with producer permission, available on our YouTube page and continue to add more every Sunday. Subscribe for free. Watch and share anytime.
We just finished writing the weekend program schedule. Watch the 3rd PZC hearing and vote on the Coastal Resiliency Plan, new Sunday sermons, and more chances to catch Pansy Jam, an interview with author Michael Draper, local nature and more.
We will not be airing any budget related programming on our broadcast schedule as of 12am Sunday, but we will keep the Budget 2015 playlist available through the referendum.
New content will be made available online by 6pm Sunday.
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