Monday Night Talk

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Monday Night Talk on 95.9 WATD FM

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  • Monday Night Talk 7-21-2014 featuring Dan Shores, 9th MA Congressional candidate
    Dan Shores is guest on this episode of Monday Night Talk! Dan, who is a Republican candidate for the 9th Congressional District stops by to chat about his new radio show on WATD, provide his thoughts on the state of Massachusetts housing illegal immigrant children in the state, along with some of the issue that are involved with the race. To find out more about Dan’s campaign, visit his website; www.DanShores2014.com. 
  • Monday Night Talk 7-21-2014 featuring Mark Linde, Plymouth County Register of Probate candidate
    Mark Linde is a guest during this segment of Monday Night Talk!  Mark, who is a Southeastern Regional Vo-Tech school committee member is also a Democratic candidate for Register of Probate. He drops by the show to talk about why he entered the race, what the issues are, what he would do from an administrative stand point and some of the things that he would like to do if he elected to the office in November. To find out more about Mark’s campaign, log onto his website; electmarklinde.com. 
  • Monday Night Talk 7-14-2014 featuring Hanson Town Administrator Ron San Angelo
    Ron San Angelo is a special guest on this episode of Monday Night Talk! Ron is the town administrator in Hanson and he stops by to discuss the recent events since the town held elections and the formation of a new school repair committee, which will meet regularly to find ways to repair and save the Maquan and Indian Head schools. Do you have an topic for a future show or info on an upcoming community event?  Email us at mondaynighttalk@gmail.com or “like” and post a comment o [...]
  • Monday Night Talk 7-14-2014 featuring Joe Truschelli, Plymouth County Register of Probate candidate
    Joe Truschelli is a guest during this segment of Monday Night Talk! Joe, who is a candidate for Register of Probate, stops by to talk about why he entered the race, what the issues are and some of the things that he would like to do if he elected to the office in November. To find out more about Joe’s campaign, log onto his website; www.truschelli.com. Do you have an topic for a future show or info on an upcoming community event?  
  • Monday Night Talk 7-14-2014 featuring Mark Alliegro, 9th MA Congressional candidate
    Mark Alliegro is guest on this episode of Monday Night Talk! Mark, who is a Republican candidate for the 9th Congressional District stops by to provide an update on his campaign, shares details on a visit to the US/Mexico border and some of the endorsements he has received, along with some of the issue that are involved with the race.  To find out more about Mark’s campaign, visit his website; www.markalliegroforcongress.org. 
  • Monday Night Talk 7-14-2014 featuring Brockton Police Officer Nancy Leedberg
    Brockton Police Officer Nancy Leedberg is a guest for this episode of Monday Night Talk! Officer Leedberg shares details about two upcoming workshops for parents on using social media safely (July 21 & 22) and what every parent needs to know (August 4). The August 4th workshop will include a Hidden in Plain Sight exhibit, which will be presented by the Brockton Mayor;s Opioid Overdose Prevention Coalition. Adults are encouraged to explore and interact with the display designed to resemble a teenager’s bedroom. Throughout the exhibit are items that may indicate a teenager is involved in some high-risk behavior such as substance abuse, underage drinking, eating disorders, sexual activity and more. These free events will be held at Brockton’s Main Public Library, located at 304 Main Street. Registration required on Eventbrite:  http://brocktonpolice.eventbrite.com
  • Monday Night Talk 7-14-2014 featuring Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter
    Brockton Mayor Bill Carpenter is a guest on this portion of Monday Night Talk! Mayor Carpenter, who has a regular monthly segment on the program, provides updates on a number of items like the health of Police Chief Bob Hayden, naming of a Main Street manager, surveillance cameras in businesses & bars, the proposed power plant, the refurbished D.W. Golf Course and much more. Do you have an topic for a future show or info on an upcoming community event?  Email us at mondaynighttalk@gmail.com or “like” and post a comment on our Facebook page:  [...]
  • Monday Night Talk 7-7-2014 featuring Mary Waldron, co-chair of the 3rd Annual John A. Waldron Wiffleball Tournament
    Mary Waldron is a special guest on this episode on Monday Night Talk! Mary, who is the co-chair of the John A. Waldron Memorial Wiffleball Tournament, stops in to talk about the annual event named in memory of her late husband. The event, which is being held on July 26th at Campanelli Stadium in Brockton, games and bouncey’s for kids, concessions will be open. Raffles and Silent Auction items. All of the funds raised will go to the Just Checking In Fund. For more information visit the tournament website; justcheckinginjw.wordpress.com/ or the [...]
  • Monday Night Talk 7-7-2014 featuring Andrew Burbine, Plymouth County Register of Probate candidate
    Register of Probate candidate Andrew Burbine is a guest during this segment of Monday Night Talk! Andy, who is currently an Abington Selectman, discusses why he’s running for Register of Probate, what he would like to do to improve the office if elected and what he feels are the issues in the race. To learn more about Andy’s campaign, visit his website; www.AndyBurbine2014.com. Do you have an topic for a future show or info on an upcoming community event?  Email us at mondaynighttalk@gmail.com or “like” and post a comment on our Fa [...]
  • Monday Night Talk 7-7-2014 featuring Jim Wells and Scott Wahle, FoodFest 20 auction co-chairs
    Jim Wells and Scott Wahle are special guests during this segment of Monday Night Talk! Scott and Jim stop by to talk about Father Bill’s & MainSpring signature event: the 20th Anniversary of FoodFest & Auction, being held on July 29th at 6:00 p.m. The money raised from the ticket sales, corporate sponsors and sale of auction items helps Father Bill’s & MainSpring be able to provide services and support to those in need. For almost three decades, Father Bill’s & MainSpring has been dedicated to ending, not just managing, homelessness. As a leading provider of emergency shelter, housing and supportive services in the South Shore area, they help people struggling with homelessness or at-risk of homelessness to achieve self-sufficiency. For more info about Father Bill’s or FoodFest 20, visit their website: 


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