ED Report – February 2016
PRODUCTION AND OUTREACH
On February 1st, John Maihos taped another “Kiwanis Conversations” show. His guest was Ann Krantz of “Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense.
Over the last 10 years or so, BevCam has been a member of the Beverly Community Council. We regularly attend the monthly meetings, which are a great place to outreach with many of the non-profit organizations in the area.
Sandra Lawson taped another “Get Your Garden Growing” show on February 17. Her guest was Laura Eisener, who has her own landscape design company. With spring fast approaching they discussed garden design planning.
Past show producer Dr. Jonathan Inz is interested in reviving his medical series show, “Triple Point.” Also, Sarah MacBurnie, a local realtor, came by to discuss a new show production.
On February 2nd, the Beverly Council on Aging made history by taping the 100th show in its “Livin’ the Good Life” series. The show featured reminiscences by Al Torsey, Delores Gray and Bob Hobbs. A special cake found its way into the studio.
BevCam was on hand along with a packed crowd at the Danversport Yacht Club on February 10, as the Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce presented its annual Business Awards.
On February 19, Executive Director Walt Kosmowski donated blood at a Red Cross blood drive held at the Waring School in Beverly. Video footage was taken to be used during an upcoming program on the Red Cross.