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Thank You Nanty Glo!

Posted by Whitney on 05/25 at 02:41 PM

The support last night for the broadcast premiere of “Our Town: Nanty Glo” was amazing! Everyone in the studio said they were so proud to be a part of the project and that they were so proud to be a part of the community. The excitement from the community was felt from the moment the program began and we’ve received 323 contributions in support of the program.

The credits list for this program is so long and great to see the involvement! So many people came out to be a part of the project, which proves what a strong sense of community you have in the Blacklick Valley. We cannot thank everyone enough—-from those you saw in the show, to those behind-the-scenes, and everyone who contributed—-the Blacklick Valley pride is strong and was heard very loud and clear last night on WPSU! Thank you so much for making the program possible.

{name} Author: Whitney
Bio: WPSU producer

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05/25 at 04:53 PM
Concord, NH

I wanted to watch the Nanty-Glo show last night. I grew up on Christoff St, where my parents still live, and I wanted to see the show. Is it possible to watch the show from my computer? I could not find the feed last night. Will it air again? Everyone on my Facebook page was very excited about the broadcast! Thank you

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