Actual Flooding Impacts, EPIC Curbing Drug Abuse, Centenary Church Community Outreach – Cape Chronicle [VIDEO]


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Cape Chronicle is a monthly public access program produced in conjunction with the Southeast Missouri State University Department of Mass Media, River Radio, and the City of Cape Girardeau.

City Manager Scott Meyer, City of Cape Girardeau
City Manager Scott Meyer discusses the local impact of severe weather and flooding experienced in Cape Girardeau in December 2015-January 2016.meyer-chronicle-2016

 

 

Shelly Wood, EPIC (Early Prevention Impacts Communities)
EPIC’s local efforts to curb teen drug abuse through promoting healthy attitudes and behaviors are ongoing in our area.
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Associate Pastor Dave Wiant, Centenary United Methodist Church
Centenary United Methodist Church’s Associate Pastor Dave Wiant discusses various programs the church offers to serve university students, teens and the homeless in Cape Girardeau.wiant-chronicle

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