Fort Myers

  • Emergency Preparation Plans

    For Florida residents, it’s never too early to begin preparing for hurricane season. Emergency weather situations approach rapidly and many times with little warning. That’s why being prepared all year is key to safety here in the sunshine state. WGCU has prepared a list of emergency preparation plans, including creating your own family plans, your

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  • Evacuation Plans

    Knowing your evacuation routes and zones in case of an emergency situation is an important component in staying safe and prepared during hurricane season. Finding means of transportation can become chaotic during mass evacuation times, thus making it extremely difficult to evacuate in a safe and timely manner. WGCU has composed a list of evacuation

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  • Weather & Emergency Alerts

    As hurricane season approaches, being actively prepared for emergency weather situations is key to safety here in South Florida. Down power lines and loss of power are some of the many dangers hurricanes and major weather situations pose, so staying updated throughout the duration of the storm may become tricky. WGCU has provided a list

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  • Episode 14 – Justin Anderson

    My guest today is Justin Anderson. He’s the son of the late and Honorable Judge Isaac Anderson Jr. and Audrea Anderson, who played a key role in the foundation and formation of Florida Gulf Coast University, where we record this show. Justin graduated Fort Myers High School in 1996, he then earned English Literature and

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  • Episode 11 – Katie Haas

    My guest this episode is Katie Haas. She’s Vice President and head of Florida Business Operations for the Boston Red Sox. That means she’s the big boss for all Red Sox business operations here in Southwest Florida. She’s also active in the local business and nonprofit communities. Katie lives in Fort Myers with her husband

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  • Episode 10 – Tom Eberhardt

    My guest this episode is Tom Eberhardt – Tommy to me. He’s a colonel with the Lee Country Sheriff’s Office, and has been serving there for 25 years. He lives here in Ft. Myers, FL with his wife, Lori. They have 2 Daughters, Rhyan and Taelor, and 2 grandkids – He LOVES his grandkids. I’ve

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  • Episode 9 – Cole Peacock

    My guest this episode is Cole Peacock. Cole’s lived in Ft. Myers since the early 80’s. His family is Fifth generation Floridians. His better half is Rachel, and they have three children: Sterling, Hannah, and Jackson, two of which are all grown up, and Jackson’s getting there fast. Over the years Cole’s worn lots of

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  • Episode 7 – Amy Ware

    My guest this episode is Amy Ware: it’s weird to say her name out loud with just two parts, because in my head she’s been Amy Wilkinson Ware since we reconnected via Facebook whenever it started becoming a thing. Amy grew up in Fort Myers with me so we’ve known each other since…back in the

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  • Episode 5 – Eric Raddatz

    My guest today is Eric Raddatz. He’s a man of many…things, known by many people around southwest Florida. He’s probably most publicly known as the man behind the Fort Myers Film Festival, which he founded in 2010. He also founded the Naples International Film Festival the year before. But, when it comes to his work,

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  • Episode 2 – Lydia Black

    My guest this episode is Lydia Black. I would say she’s a self-described “nonprofit junkie,” because that’s what her bio says, but in the interest of full disclosure I know her well enough to write her bio without notes…as a matter of fact, for quite a few years, part of my job was to help

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