Jessica Hawks lives on a farmstead in rural Eddy County. She is currently working on establishing her farm as an animal sanctuary for exotic animals of all kinds. With over 100 animals right now including a llama, goats, and chinchilla’s, she’s working on becoming a non-profit and raising money to make the farmstead a safe place for the animals. The Hawks Homestead Animal Rescue Startup can be found in the link below:

Art Center Executive Director Mindi Schmitz was on to highlight the upcoming Arts Markets, camps, events, and more through the Jamestown Arts Center....
Two Rivers Activity Center Facilities Manager Amy Walters was back on the show to talk about the preparation for Fall and Winter, recent awards, leagues, and more....
Kelsey Deragisch, Associate Development Director with the Anne Carlsen Center, was on the show to promote their 37th Annual Golf Tournament on July 12th. The tournament is the longest running golf tourney in North Dakota and raises...