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bloomingOUT - June 21, 2012

From: WFHB
Series: bloomingOUT
Length: 01:01:25

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Hosts Helen Harrell and JJ Gufreda speak with President of Indy Rainbow Chamber of Commerce; illuMENate organizer Patrick Battani is in studio with information about upcoming events; President of Pride Lafayette, Ashley Smith along with Jeff have the latest about their 5th annual OutFest to be held in August; and Elliptical Indiana Rider for Equality Phil Cooper reports in from the northern part of the state. Featured artist of the week is Wade Jacoby. Musical selection is his tribute song to Veterans and Wounded Warriors Brave and Free. Also featured is musical selection My Mabelline by Nashville bassed singer/songwriter Jeff Finlin. Read the full description.

Bloomingout-prx_logo-march_20_small President of Indy Rainbow Chamber of Commerce and guest host JJ Gufreda discusses childhood and marriage issues as related to being trans and transitioning. IlluMENate organizer Patrick Battani is in studio with information about upcoming events. President of Pride Lafayette, Ashley Smith along with Jeff have the latest about their 5th annual OutFest to be held in August and Elliptical Indiana Rider for Equality Phil Cooper reports in from the northern part of the state.  Featured artist of the week is Wade Jacoby. Musical selection is his tribute song to Veterans and Wounded Warriors Brave and Free. Also featured is musical selection My Mabelline by Nashville bassed singer/songwriter Jeff Finlin.

LINKS
www.gayindy.org
www.lefthanderinlondon.com
www.pridelafayette.org
www.facebook.com/illuMENate.bloomington
www.fair-talk.org
www.airplaydirect.com/wadejabobybraveandfree
www.jefffinlin.com

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Piece Description

President of Indy Rainbow Chamber of Commerce and guest host JJ Gufreda discusses childhood and marriage issues as related to being trans and transitioning. IlluMENate organizer Patrick Battani is in studio with information about upcoming events. President of Pride Lafayette, Ashley Smith along with Jeff have the latest about their 5th annual OutFest to be held in August and Elliptical Indiana Rider for Equality Phil Cooper reports in from the northern part of the state.  Featured artist of the week is Wade Jacoby. Musical selection is his tribute song to Veterans and Wounded Warriors Brave and Free. Also featured is musical selection My Mabelline by Nashville bassed singer/songwriter Jeff Finlin.

LINKS
www.gayindy.org
www.lefthanderinlondon.com
www.pridelafayette.org
www.facebook.com/illuMENate.bloomington
www.fair-talk.org
www.airplaydirect.com/wadejabobybraveandfree
www.jefffinlin.com

Additional Credits

Anchor: Helen Harrell
Host: JJ Gufreda
Producer: Carol Fischer
Executive Producer: Alycin Bektesh
Original theme music is provided by Mikial Robertson
Announcer: Elaine Bell
Graphic Design by Joshua Sutton
Photography by L. Garrett Studio
Board Engineer: Michael Sikora
News Director: Josh Vidrich

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https://www.wfhb.org/news/bloomingout