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Morehead to be represented in a regional roundtable discussion

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Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC)’s Appalachian Leadership Institute is hosting a Facebook live roundtable discussion on the COVID-19 response across Appalachia.

The discussion, moderated by Bruce Decker of Collective Impact, will include the following Institute fellows: Luke Glaser, Beau Harbin, Josh Sawyers, Denny Wayne Robinson, Jesse Turner, and Laura White-Brown.

Tune in at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 28 to hear six Appalachian Leaders, including the mayor of the City of Morehead, discuss their communities’ responses to COVID19, the challenges they’ve faced and the successes they’ve realized.

Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and share insights from their communities.

The Appalachian Regional Commission is a regional economic development agency composed of governors of the 13 Appalachian states and a federal co-chair, appointed by the President of the United States.

ARC invests in local communities throughout the region to build economic growth and community capacity in Appalachia.

For more information, about the ARC, visit http://www.arc.gov

Watch the discussion live on the ARC Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ARC.gov

(provided by the City of Morehead)

Paul Hitchcock earned his Masters in Communications from Morehead State University and Bachelors in Radio-TV/Psychology from Georgetown College. A veteran broadcaster for more than 40 years and an avid fan of blues, jazz and American roots music. Hitchcock has been with WMKY since 1986 and was named General Manager in 2003. He currently hosts "Muddy Bottom Blues" (Fri., 8pm-9pm), "Nothin' But The Blues" (Sat., 8pm-12am), "Sunday Night Jazz Showcase" and "Live From The Jazz Lounge" (Sun., 8pm-9pm) and "The Golden Age of Radio" (Sun., 2pm-3pm). He also serves as producer for "A Time For Tales" and "The Reader's Notebook."
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