Radio Interviews

Karen Macier, Director of United Way of Seneca County, participates in regular interviews at the Finger Lakes Radio Group.
2015 Radio Interviews

January
Outgoing director, Karen Beals, introduces new Executive Director, Karen Macier and announces the 2015 United Way Campaign is currently at 89% of its goal.

 

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October

2014

December
This month’s radio interview includes the announcement of Karen Macier as the new Executive Director along with an update on the current campaign.

November
Learn about November’s Value of the Month, latest campaign update, ROC the Day and Community Meeting on Substance Abuse from Karen Beals’ interview on the radio.

October
This month’s interview includes 2015 United Way Campaign Co-chairs, Menzo and Sue Case, latest update on the campaign, October’s value and Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition’s Community survey.

September
Find out about the Search process for the new Executive Director of United Way of Seneca County, September value, and how to become a VITA volunteer from Karen Beals, Executive Director.

July
Hear about July’s Value of the Month and the impact Catholic Charities and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Children’s Center have on our community.

June
Karen Beals was on Finger Lakes Morning News with campaign update, Value of the Month for June, a success story and more.

May
Hear the results of Taste of Spring and the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program from Karen Beals.

April
Listen to our monthly chat on the radio with Karen Beals and Ted Baker.

March
Listen to Executive Director, Karen Beals’ latest update on United Way of Seneca County.

February
Learn about Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition National Award and United Way’s Annual Meeting from Karen Beals, United Way’s Executive Director.

January
Learn the latest news on United Way’s 2014 Campaign, Value of the Month, VITA, and United Way’s upcoming special events.

2013


November
Hear about the progress on United Way’s latest campaign, Values for November, and community outreach from Karen Beals, Executive Director.

October
Executive Director, Karen Beals, announces Drug Free Community Grant award and an update on the United Way campaign.

June
Learn more about June Values and June 21st Day of Action from Executive Director, Karen Beals.

May
Find out who won the car and the results of the 25th Annual Taste of Spring!

April
Karen Beals was on the Finger Lakes Morning News on Finger Lakes News Radio 96.1/1240 WGVA to preview the Taste of Spring and 2013 Dodge Dart raffle.

March
Phyllis Motill and Connie Richardson were on the Finger Lakes Morning News on Finger Lakes News Radio 96.1/1240 WGVA to talk about the campaign, the upcoming Pot of Gold, Shamrock program and the Taste of Spring.

February
Honesty – Value of Month, highlighting volunteers at 55th Annual Meeting, and 25th Taste of Spring are just a few topics discussed with Executive Director, Karen Beals.

January
Great Food for a Great Cause, Campaign Successes, and January Values are shared by Executive Director, Karen Beals.

2012


December
Ted Baker interviews Karen Beals, Executive Director, about United Way’s latest Campaign Update and December’s Value of the Month.

November
Hear about the latest in United Way’s campaign, ROCtheDay and the latest Value of the Month.

October
Executive Director, Karen Beals, announces the kick off of the United Way of Seneca County 2013 Campaign.

September
Find out more about “Making Ends Meet” and “Values of the Month” from Executive Director, Karen Beals.

July
Learn about many fun events happening this summer that also help our communities.

June
Our latest radio interview with Executive Director, Karen Beals, inviting the community to the Town Hall Meeting for Northern Seneca County. In addition she shares information on the Community Profile and UW’s Accountability Task Force.

May
Karen Beals, Executive Director, shares news from United Way’s 24th Taste of Spring, north county Town Hall Meeting, and unveiling of Teachers Rock on their website.

April
Diane Laws and Karen Beals share upcoming events: United Way’s Taste of Spring and the Seneca County Substance Abuse Coalition Town Hall Meeting.

March
Karen Beals talks about the upcoming, free Community Profile webinar as well as their Pot of Gold fundraiser on March 16 & 17th.

February
Latest radio interview with Executive Director, Karen Beals, thanking the community for their generosity and inviting all to the United Way Annual Meeting and Thank You Celebration on February 21st at 7 PM, Holiday Inn.

January
Deerhead Inn owners, Jim Gustafson and Adrienne Burgess share information and excitement on Great Food for a Great Cause fundraiser, January 31st.

 

2011


December
United Way of Seneca County’s Karen Beals highlights the 2012 United Way Campaign with community updates and a thanks to all the area’s ROC stars:

November
United Way of Seneca County’s Karen Beals gives a Campaign Update for November:

October
As the United Way of Seneca County campaign kicks off, Karen Beals shares the new efforts they are incorporating this year:

September
Karen Beals and Diane Laws explain the Community Survey being conducted in Seneca County for Prevention 1st NY grant to reduce underage drinking:

July
Karen Beals discusses the needs of Seneca County food pantries and current volunteer opportunities with the area:

June A & B
Karen Beals and Wending Penting discuss the expansion the VITA program to include financial literacy and asset specialists:

 

Marissa Garcia and Diane Draheim, Executive Director at Seneca County House of Concern discuss the Seneca County Community Garden a collaborative project to raise awareness of food shortages:

May
Marissa Garcia and Karen Beals talk about their experience with AmeriCorps VISTA service and the impact that AmeriCorps has on the community:

April
Karen Beals discusses the 23rd Annual Taste of Spring Gala:

March
Karen shares the progress of our February Challenge fundraising initiative and results from our St. Patrick’s Day Pot of Gold fundraiser:

January
Marissa Garcia and Karen discuss the impact of volunteerism in Seneca County:


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