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Carrie Danger

About Carrie Danger

 

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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, Get the Led Out 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 we speak with the Huron County Humane Society at 3:20 with featured pets available for adoption. Please contact the Humane Society if you are interested in adopting one of our featured pets.  Go to the Huronhumanesociety.org to learn more about the Conway Dog Park and how you can help the Humane Society!

Huron County Humane Society is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization dependent on the generosity of many area individuals and businesses for operational expenses. HCHS mission is to help prevent the suffering experienced by surrendered, abandoned, neglected and abused animals.

 

Recent interviews:

Stop by 246 Woodlawn Ave (aka Rte 18) in Norwalk.

The shelter has been over run with kittens and wee need fosters. we havetiger strips, black kitties, white kitties, orange ones too. Once ourkittens have had all the vaccinations and are spay or neutered, theywill be ready for their new homes. Stop out and fill out an application.

WilburdogThis is Wilbur he is a 4 year old fawn colored Terrier mix. Wilbur is in
need of a loving family to call home. He is a bit shy but a very sweet
and loving boy. Loud storms scare him and on occasion men give him a
tiny fright as well. If you have lots of love and a little patience
Wilbur would love to meet you and make your home hi “FUR”ever home.

 

wilburThis handsome little man is named Wilber he is a 90lbs pot belly pig.
Wilber loves cuties (oranges)bananas and has a shoe that he loves for
you to hide raisins so he can root them up. If you are thinking of
adopting Wilber please do a little research on any zoning ordinance for
your city/town.  Zoning Rules for Potbellied Pigs differ from each
state, each city, each town, and each municipality. Many of the zoning
rules that cities apply to potbellied pigs are very old, sometimes
twenty and thirty years old. The place to contact if you need to know if
pet potbellied pigs are legal in the city or town where you are, or
where you want to move, is the zoning department in that municipality
for the information. Ask what the laws are regarding the keeping of pet
potbellied pigs. If they say there isn’t any law the potbellies are
usually lumped in with the livestock laws and these laws are always for
feeder and breeder pigs and some were made before 1985 when the pots
came into this country. If someone tells you that The Potbellied Pig is
legal make sure you defiantly get it in writing.

The Humane Society also has rabbits for adoption! If you are interested in some floppy friends, stop by the HCHS and check em out!

Huron County Humane Society Upcoming Events and Save the Dates:

We know its a little ways off but it is never to early to start planning for our Woofstock happening May 21, 2016.

Don’t forget to take advantage of the wonderful winter weather we are having and stop up to purchase your Conway Dog Park Pass. Just $52.00for the year membership and a one time $15.00 fee for the FOB Key that will get you into the park.

How to help the Humane Society:

The Huron County Humane Society is looking for Foster Families for the overwhelming amount of dogs and cats at the shelter. Food and other items will be provided, all you need to do is go to huroncountyhumanesociety.org to get all the information about how you can become a Foster Family.