John Gregory, CEO Northern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce on business issues. Senator Marc Cote, District 21, State Senator, on legislative issues.
Senator Roger Badeau, District 20, State Senator, on legislative issues. Raymond Caron, of Soucy Insurance Agency, on insurance matters.
Craig Sculos, VP and General Manager of Twin River Leo Fontaine, Woonsocket City Council President
Representative Roger Picard, District 51 of Woonsocket and Representative Victor Moffitt, District 28 of Coventry, on legislative issues. Attorney Dan Doyle of Blackstone on internet copyright infringement.
Chris Bouley of Merrill Lynch on financial issues Mike Annarumo, Director of Public Safety, Public Work & Administration talk about city issues.
Gary Gaube, CEO and President of Landmark Medical Center and John St. Sauveur, Chairman of the Board of Landmark Medical Center discussing the Landmark's relationship with Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Rhode Island. Dr. Jeffrey Schneider is conducting a survey of survivors of The Station nightclub fire.  The survey looks at how the fire has affected survivor's lives -- their work, social life and well-being.  The survey takes less than 1 hour and those who participate a will be paid $25.  For more information, click here.
Representative Rene Menard, District 45 of Lincoln/Cumberland on legislative issues. Chris Beauchamp,  Woonsocket City Councilman
Attorney General Patrick Lynch on State Issues. Brother Robert C. Crouteau - President - Mount Saint Charles Academy

Speaking on the history of the academy, founded in 1926 and it's plans for the future.

../../../../../../DOCUME~1/J2A65~1.SWE/LOCALS~1/Temp/FrontPageTempDir/Lorenco_garcia_small.jpgGail O'Rourke PBGR Coordinator and Lorenco Garcia Principal of Woonsocket High School Joseph Nadeau and Robert Ducharme speaking about the dedication of a monument to memorialize Korean War Veterans, to be dedicated in Woonsocket.
Henry Labonte, President of Labonte's Auto School, speaking on teacher union sponsored legislation to try to kill his business in Rhode Island. Richard A. (Dick) Bouchard, Certified Emergency Manager, and occasional guest host on WNRI, speaking on various issues of the day.
Deacon Paul Lambert, composer, vocalist, musician, and arranger at St John Vianney Church in Cumberland appears on WNRI Good Friday 2004. Donald C. Carleton Jr., Development Officer at the R.I. Historical Society
Robert Martin, President of Century 21 Crossroads Real Estate, informing current trends in real estate, including interest rates and escalating home values. Bruce Daigle, administrator with the Diocese of Providence, speaking on issues associated with Catholic education.
Rhode Island First Lady Sue Carcieri speaking on her perspective of the issues that her husband, Governor Donald Carcieri, faces running Rhode Island. Woonsocket City Council member William Schneck, speaking on the issues concerning municipal government.
Ray Church, State Rep for District 48 Colleen Scanlon, Executive Director, House of Compassion, Cumberland, talking about how the state Department of Health is trying to shut down her agency that deals with residents with the AIDS virus.
Former Woonsocket Mayor Francis Lanctot and retired school administrator Eugene Peloquin, speaking about the "Greatest Generation" (World War II Veterans and Home Front Citizens). John Broccoli, Owner of Me magazine and Spardellos!
Woonsocket City Council Member John Ward Woonsocket School Committee Chairman Marc Dubois .
Woonsocket High School Science Teacher Mike Ferry speaking about how science in high schools today, including Ferry's interest in fresh water rivers and streams and how they relate to science instruction Rhode Island youngest politician, Edwin Pacheco, State Representative from District 47.
Captain Steve Preston, Hazardous Material Specialist, Woonsocket Fire Department, discussing laws concerning storing of dangerous materials on property where the public visits. Linda Jillson, owner of Jillson Travel in North Smithfield, discussing the state of the travel industry.
Massachusetts State Representative Jennifer M. Callahan (D), representing Blackstone, Millville, and Uxbridge, discussing issues of the Massachusetts Legislature. Robert L. Carl Jr., Chief Executive Officer of The Homestead Group
Tony Geruso, CEO of Promac Construction Company, on a recent favorable arbitration judgment against the City of Woonsocket School Department. Representative John DeSimone, District 5 (Providence), speaking about Rhode Island politics.
Gabrielle M. Abbate, Executive Director of the Rhode Island Office of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. John Eldridge, former Blackstone Selectman and School Committee member.
Denis Fraine, Town Administrator for the town of Bellingham Jon Brien, State Rep in Disctrict 50
Margaux Morisseau, Director of Community Building and Organizination, Woonsocket Neighborhood Development Corporation. Father Roger Marot and Co-chairman Richard Lepine discuss the Northern R.I. CYO Center's Fire Code Fund-raiser.  Goal $200,000! 
Lisa S. Holley, Chairperson of the Rhode Island Parole Board Dr. Caroly Shumway, Chairperson of the Valley Alliance for Smart Growth.
Michelle Novello, Executive Director of RiverzEdge Arts Project Normand Crepeau, Jr., Chief of Police in Grafton, MA
Dr. Maureen B. Macera, Superintendent of Woonsocket Stella Brien,  Woonsocket City Councilwoman
Farrel McMillan, Deputy Chief of Engineering and Planning at the New England District Army Corps of Engineers Kim Shaipala, Assistant Director of the Woonsocket Public Library
Dr. William G. Plested MD,  Member of the Board of Trustees of the American Medical Association and Dr. Fredrick Christian, President of the RI Medical Society Rhode Island Governor Donald Carcieri
Deb Perry, Executive Director of the YWCA of Northern Rhode Island. Robert Billington, Ed.D - President, Blackstone Valley Tourism Council

Veronica Cadoppi - Program Coordinator, Blackstone Valley Tourism Council

RI State Representative Rick Singleton of House District 52 John Chan, owner of Chan's restaurant
Richard A. Dipardo, President of the Woonsocket Teachers Guild Rev. Deacon N. David Bouley, All Saints Parish
Roger Jalette,  Woonsocket City Councilman Jill Anderson, Executive Director of Woonsocket Senior Services and John Smith, Program Coordinator for Alternative Adult Day Care
Ray Bacon, Co-Manager of Woonsocket's Museum of Work & Culture. Thomas More Dickinson,  Legal Council for Beacon Charter School.
Eleanor Nadeau, Woonsocket School Committee Member. Richard Ferruccio, RIBCO President.
Dr. Scott Haltzman, Medical Director, NRI Community Services. Dan Mckee, Mayor of Cumberland
Richard Charest, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Rhode Island Michelle Williams, Woonsocket School Committee
Dr. Michael Coady, Chairman of Surgery at Landmark Medical Center Paul F. Eno, Author, Prize Winning Journalist and 35 years of Paranormal Investigation
Sue Vadenais, Woonsocket City Council member. Kenneth Pilkington, Principal of Beacon Charter School
George E. Brainerd, Executive Director of the Woonsocket YMCA Ralph Mollis, Rhode Island Secretary of State
Linda Thibeault, North Smithfield Town Council Fatimatou Diallo, 3rd place in WNRI's June Safety Message Program!
Alicia Mello, 2nd place in WNRI's June Safety Message Program! Carrol O'Connell, Coordinator of R.I. Children's Crusade at Citizens Memorial School in Woonsocket and Lauren Rochefort, 1st place in WNRI's June Safety Message Program!
Jerry Cayer, Co-owner of Cayer Caccia ../../../../../../DOCUME~1/J2A65~1.SWE/LOCALS~1/Temp/FrontPageTempDir/frank_Caprio_small.jpgFrank Caprio, RI General Treasurer
.Kate Duggan, Principal Broker, and Brian Kelleher, The Aspen Group Principal George Nasuti, Athletic Director of the Woonsocket Schools
Barry Mechanic, 

Publisher of the Woonsocket Call

Lt. Governor

Elizabeth Roberts

Chief Wilfred Greene

Chief of Seakonke Wamponoags

Deputy General Manager of RIPTA,

 Henry Kinch

Ken Bianchi

Town Administrator of Blackstone

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