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WWIB/WOGO Podcasts

Monday, April 15, 2024

McDonell Macks Basketball 2023-24: WOGO Top 10 Plays!

Another year of exciting McDonell Macks basketball on WOGO Sports!

Take a listen to our Top 10 Plays from the regular season and playoffs!

WOGO "RadioActive" Award Winner:
Congratulations to senior center Miles Flanagan on your grit and determination, and best wishes for the future!

THANK YOU to all our incredible local sponsors throughout the season:
3D Fitness!
H&R Electric!
Culver's of Lake Hallie!
Smiles in Motion Pediatric Dentistry! 
Kristo Orthodontics!
Chippewa Valley Orthopedics and Sports Medicine!
Northwestern Bank!
Quality Propane and Fuels!
Stelter, Inc!
Toycen Ford of Chippewa Falls!
White City Glass!
The YMCA of the Chippewa Valley!
Nicolet Bank!
Holly Bowe of Coldwell Banker Brenizer, Realtors!
Czech Law Office!
Wiersgalla Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning!
Post Glass & Mirror!
Fries Financial Group! 
ServiceMaster of Chippewa Valley!
Winn Family Dentistry! 
McDonell Area Catholic Schools!
Johnson Roll-Off Service!
Nestle Health Science!
Hiess-Loken & Associates, LLC!
State Farm - Jeff Flaig Agency!
Toppers Pizza of Chippewa Falls!
Cook Chiropractic Center!
Chippewa Valley Financial Services!
Bjorkstrand Metal Roofing!
Grace Home Respiratory!
Morrie's Auto Group of Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, and Cadott!
Senn Blacktop!
Country RV!
Kurth Heating and Cooling!
CF Products!
Ashley Construction!

4/14/24 CVTW: The Importance of Connections and Mental Health

                                                                      Chippewa Valley This Week

With Jacobs Well Church(989 122nd St., Chippewa Falls) bringing in Will Hutcherson for discussions on mental health this Friday night(Students) and Saturday morning(Parents), April 19th and 20th, we hear from Hutcherson and his co-author on two books--"Seen" and "Beyond the Spiral"--Dr. Chinwe Williams, a mental health therapist, on five keys to helping teens dealing with anxiety.
Hutcherson's work as a Next Gen and Student Pastor led him to start Curate Hope, a non-profit focusing on suicide prevention and mental health awareness, and partnering with schools, churches, and parents to help heal despair in teens.