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Carrie Danger

About Carrie Danger

Carrie Danger was born and raised in Clarksville, Tennessee and has lived in Ohio for years now. She recently moved from Lima to Castalia to pursue a career as Afternoon Drive host here on 95.3 WLKR!
Carrie loves music, from heavy metal to country, from classic rock to classical. Her favorites include Tegan and Sara, Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, Sublime, 311..and the list goes on.

She is an ’09  graduate of The Ohio Center for Broadcasting and was actually in the same class with Melissa Sharp! Her hobbies include rocking out, snowboarding, photography, eating and exploring all that Erie Co. has to offer.

While out at the WoollyBear Festival
I got to interview the man himself
Dick Goddard!

If you have Birthdays, Anniversaries, Song Requests, Topics you would like to discuss, Word of the Day suggestions, or Events for the Event Calander just shoot me an email at cdanger@wlkrradio.com, and Thank You for listening!

Carrie’s Kittens & K-9′s

Every Friday afternoon, Carrie’s Kittens and K’9′s. Each week, Bonnie Albright of the Huron County Humane Society will be in our studios on Friday’s at 3:30 with featured pets available for adoption. Please contact the Humane Society if you are interested in adopting one of our featured pets.
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Click the links below to listen to the interviews:
Stop by
246 Woodlawn Ave (aka Rte 18) in Norwalk.
  
Hours
Open Tuesdays 1-6
Wednesday – Saturday 1-5
Closed Sundays, Mondays & Holidays
 
 
 Lexie the Dog – Currently the humane society has a special dog Lexie, a tan Shih Tzu/ Pug mix who is about 5 ½ years old can receive the greatest gift of a happy home with pet parents who will care for her properly. Lexie has had a rough life due to a former owner who fell down on his luck. While he loved his dog, due to his financial circumstances, he was unable to provide the proper care for her. Lexie’s diet was entirely people food which actually adds weight but does not properly nourish a dog. The people food also ruined Lexie’s teeth. She had inflamed gums and some of her teeth fell out. She desperately needs dental care and she may lose more teeth. Lexie’s front teeth are beautiful, but her mouth may still hurt as she can drool excessively.
 
Mia the Cat – DSH Female 4 years old. Very Strong personality, independent, opinionated as to what people and animals she will socialize with. Mia is a little overweight. Ashley says she has the personality of the cartoon character Garfield. Other cats don’t mess with Mia. Recommend she either be the only cat in the home or maybe one other cat & should be a male. No Dogs. Mia is spade and up to date on her vaccinations as all the adoptable animals are at the Huron Co. Humane Society.
 
 
 
 
 
Daniel the Dog –
Australian Shepherd, M, handsome brown & white coloring, 1 year old that acts like a puppy. Needs obedience training. Extremely happy dog. Loves attention. Entertaining.
Neutered & up-to-date on vaccinations as all the adoptable animals are at HCHS located
  
 
 
 
 
Upcoming and Ongoing Events:
 

We will have pet baskets or bags for Easter gift giving for a minimum donation of $10. They will be on display April 8-April 19 during regular business hours at the shelter.
Open Tuesday 1-6 pm Wednesday – Saturday 1-5 pm Closed Sundays, Mondays & Holidays
 
Note: if you have any baskets you would like to clear out, please donate them to HCHS. We can use them for Easter & other projects.
 

  
Bonnie Albright offers humane ed programs in schools & for organizations so if want to schedule a program, please contact me. We receive cash & or wish list item donations for my services. 
Currently Pleasant Elementary is collecting Pennies for the Pets at HCHS.
 
Wish List : The Humane Society are a non-profit orginization who are in need of some items to keep things moving smoothly as they care for the abandoned animals of Huron County.
These items can be dropped off at the shelter during regular buisness hours (see above for address and hours)
- floor cleaners, disinfectant sprays, rawhides and kitty litter. Office supplies like Stamps, Gasoline gift cards and pocket folders & sharpie markers.