We caught up with photographer, Darlene Snyder in late December as she talked about her techniques and recent Hollywood movie deal. While with us Darlene also announced her intent for candidacy for Madison County Circuit Court Clerk. Darlene is a writer and photographer whose work has been featured in BereaOnline.com. For more information visit www.darlenesnyder.com.
Berea College Country Dancer director Deborah Thompson stopped by the broadcast booth to chat with Jennifer Rose Escobar during the Parade broadcast.
Chad Hembree and Jennifer Escobar catch up with Body Recall director Jeff Rubin at the broadcast booth of BereaOnline.coms coverage of the 2011 Berea Twilight Christmas Parade. One of the subjects discussed is the terrible loss to the community by the passing of Dorothy Chrisman, founder of Body Recall and retired Berea College professor.
Rhonda McIntyre catches up with Parade chair Danny Miller once again in to see how things are lining up. Danny Miller represents the Berea Chamber of Commerce parade committee and is an active agent for New York Life.
Local Businessman Frankie Blevins chimes in with Rhonda McIntyre to explain why the parade is not only important to his family, but serves his business as well. Frankie is a practicing attorney with the Berea firm of Blevins Law.
Berea Festival Dancers director Theresa Lowder stopped by the Parade broadcast booth for a informative interview with Chad Hembree and Jennifer Escobar.
Rhonda McIntyre catches up with Linda Van Winkle of Peoples Bank during the lineup of the 26th annual Berea Chamber of Commerce twilight Christmas Parade.
Rhonda McIntyre interviews city of Berea Parks and Recreation director Maggy Kriebel for the 2011 broadcast of the Berea Chamber of Commerce twilight Christmas Parade.
Various people from the community offer Christmas greetings as the Madison Southern High School Honors Choir performs the traditional hymn Silent Night Holy Night.
Rhonda McIntyre interviews Nolan Newman of the Berea Chamber of Commerce and Nola Newman Realty for the BereaOnline.com broadcast of the 26th annual Twilight Christmas Parade.
The Berea United Methodist Handbell Choir under the direction of Letha Hembree performing Go Tell It on the Mountain and. Recorded at the Hospice Care Plus Memorial Tree Lighting Service for use in the Berea Chamber of Commerce twilight Christmas Parade broadcast on BereaOnline.com.
Join hosts, Jennifer Rose Escobar, Rhonda McIntyre and Chad Hembree as they cover the twilight parade as it ushers in the holiday. This years broadcast features guest appearances by Theresa Lowder – Berea Festival Dancers, Jeff Rubin – Body Recall, Brenna Wallhausser – Hospice Care Plus, Deborah Thompson – Berea College Country Dancers, Danny Miller – Parade Chair, Frankie Blevins – Chamber of Commerce / Blevins Law, Maggy Kriebel – City of Berea, Linda VanWinkle – Chamber of Commerce / Peoples Bank, Nola Newman – Chamber of Commerce / Nola Newman Realty.
This years broadcast also features performances by the Madison Southern High School Honors Choir, Jennifer Rose, Chad & Gary and The Berea United Methodist Church Handbell Choir. The parade boasts over 40 entries of glowing, spectacular delight, crowned by the big guy himself, Santa Clause.
Entire Boradcast 1hr 44min
Robert “Peanut” Johnson supports mandatory drug testing for Medicaid. In this BereaOnline interview Mr. Johnson discusses his proposed solution to part of Kentucky”s budget problems with host Chad Hembree.
The following video is presented posthumous in honor of Howard G. Bakers desire to improve our community through service. May his memory be a reminder to us all that though our time on earth may be brief our legacy lives on.
We only part to meet again,