Community Players is a weekly half-hour public affairs program hosted by KUNV News and Public Affairs Director Zachary Green. This show explores the Las Vegas community and all of its players that make the valley a great place to live. This show explores the world of the nonprofit, government, and private sectors here in Las Vegas. Listeners can expect to learn something new every time they tune into Community Players. The show airs on KUNV 91.5 FM Jazz and More on Sundays at 6:30 AM.
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Community Players is going green! Join host Zachary Green as he sits down with Lisa Jackson from the nonprofit organization, Rethink Worldwide. In today’s interview, Lisa talks to us about the importance of recycling and eliminating single-use plastics. Also, don’t miss your chance to celebrate the environment. Join Rethink Worldwide at their Rethink Earth Week event taking place 4/22-4/26.
For more information on Rethink Worldwide, visit RethinkWorldwide.org
For more than 50 years St.Jude’s Ranch For Children has been serving homeless and endangered youth here in Las Vegas. In today’s interview host, Zachary Green sits down with the organization’s executive director Christina Vela to discuss the Ranch and the 3rd annual Wine, Women & Shoes event. The event takes place Sunday, April 28 at Enclave to benefit the Ranch. There will be local vendors, delectable libations, and top-notch performances.
For more information, visit StJudesranch.org
Host Zachary Green, sits down with Marcie Smedley from the nonprofit organization, Henderson Libraries. In today’s interview, Marcie gets us up to date on all things Henderson Libraries. Also, she shares creative events and services for the community in honor of Henderson Libraries 75th anniversary.
For more information on Henderson Libraries, visit HendersonLibraries.com
Host Zachary Green, sits down with John Waldron from the nonprofit organization, The Center. In today’s interview, John shares the importance of the The Center and its mission to unify the Valley’s LGBTQ community. Also, John shares creative events and services that are helping to make Las Vegas a more diverse and welcoming place to live.
For more information on The Center, visit TheCenterLV.org