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A healthy start to the day

Breakfast Wednesday: Haley, Ashley, Megan, and Dayneé

Through your support, KNOM Radio continues to be a place where nutrition and healthy lifestyles are regularly discussed and encouraged.

As past readers of the Static may know, one avenue for this advocacy is our Morning Show, airing weekdays from 6 to 10am.

For the past year, our Morning Show host has been second-year volunteer Dayneé Rosales, who’s continued a weekly segment, initiated in 2012, entitled Breakfast Wednesday. Each week on Breakfast Wednesday, Dayneé joins representatives from Nome’s CAMP Department — a local organization dedicated to healthy living — to talk about a different breakfast recipe. They then make the recipe and invite local members of our community to join them for breakfast! It’s always a hit with our listeners.

Breakfast Wednesday: June 11, 2014
A crowded Studio A during Breakfast Wednesday on June 11, 2014: Tara and Dayneé (front) chat with Haley, Ashley, and Megan (second microphone) from Nome’s CAMP Department.

In the photos above, taken last month, Dayneé and fellow volunteer Tara Cicatello (in plaid shirts) discuss making that week’s recipe, a black-bean-and-avocado breakfast burrito. Behind the guest microphone are, left to right, CAMP’s Haley Willison, Ashley Hackert, and Megan Timm.

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