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CMF Public Media Carroll McKenney Foundation for Public Media, Inc. A Tax Exempt 501(c)(3) Publicly Supported Charity. Central Florida Matters Works in Progress Program Events Program Archives Program Producers Producing for CMF Mission Trustees Former Trustees Namesakes Advisors Transparency Documents FAQ All Comments Blog iTunes Podcast E-Letter Featured Podcasts On Being an Immigrant in Central Florida What is it like being an immigrant in Central Florida today? Ruth Strakosha is now a citizen of the U.S. but like generations before her she remembers the challenges of becoming an American. Feature length - 14:53 Adicks: The Life of John Lee Historian Dr. Richard Adicks describes the Myths and Legends of the Life of John Lee in a presentation to the Oviedo Historical Society. John Lee came to Florida in the early 1800’s and his descendants pioneered OviedoFlorida. Adicks describes the process of gathering historical and genealogical data, oral history and separating fact from legend (length 24:29) Vietnam Veterans Remember Vietnam Veterans John Blackwelder and John Malone share their experience and advice with the new veterans returning from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Forty-five years separate these wars but the experiences are achingly similar and the advice is heartfelt. Feature length 20:34 Most Popular Podcasts + Commentary: Rescue of Nadia Bloom A feature of every Central Florida Matters is a 3-minute commentary presented by a voice that matters on an issue that voice believes matters. The voice you’ll hear is that of Winter Springs, Florida resident Cade Resnick, a local mental health counselor commenting on community issues surrounding the rescue of Nadia Bloom. Feature length – 03:41 Hear The Story ? + History of Our Communities – Slavia, Florida “Slavia” is the name of a community in unincorporated southeast Seminole County, Florida. Behind the name is a story of faith…”great faith,” with which the founding settlers of Slavia were armed. (length – 21:44) Hear The Story ? + Memorial to an Oviedo Pioneer Memorializing the life of Oviedo, Florida pioneer, Clara Lee Wheeler Evans, is Dr. Richard Adicks, professor emeritus of the University of Central Florida and co-author of Oviedo: Biography of a Town. Length -- 4:00 Hear The Story ? + Code Enforcement Keeping Seminole County clean, neat and livable is the job of code enforcement officers. Trash, stagnant pools and a whole lot more come under their vigilant eyes. Hear code enforcement officers Debby Leigh of Seminole County and Nathan Johnson of Sanford make their rounds responding to violations of the county and city codes. Feature length – 24:51 (Produced, reported and edited by Desta Horner) Hear The Story ? + Steamboats in Florida From the 1870’s to the 1900’s steamboats and paddle wheelers traveled the rivers of Florida. It was a time of hardscrabble farming and frontier tourism. Hear Ed L’Heureux give a presentation to the Oviedo Historical Society about this critical transportation link during the post civil war period in Florida. (length 17:29) Hear The Story ? + Historic Downtown Oviedo – Walking Tour In 2010, the Oviedo Preservation Project (TOPP) hosted an Historic Oviedo Walking Tour and Pancake Breakfast. Hear tour organizer Megan Sladek describe 10 historic buildings in downtown Oviedo and how the people who lived in each helped make Oviedo what it is today. Feature length – 17:40 Hear The Story ? + Geneva: History Alive! The Museum of Geneva History is a treasure trove of special items from Florida’s past, especially the pioneer days. Mal and Mary Jo Martin of the historical society take us on an audio tour that makes Geneva history come alive! Length: 18:10 (Produced, reported and edited by Desta Horner) Hear The Story ? Categories Arts | Economy | Education | Environment | Family & Kids | Government | Health | History | Living | Media | Opinion & Commentary | People | Religion | Sports & Recreation | Voices on the Street Arts Economy Education Environment Family & Kids Government Health History Living Media Opinion & Commentary People Religion Sports & Recreation Voices on the Street Home Programs About CMF Blog E-Letter RSS Donors News Contact Help ? Copyright 2009-2016 Carroll McKenney Foundation for Public Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Site Map | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy

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