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Ginny Kennedy

Ginny Kennedy

Host of Morning Edition & Morning Blend

Ginny Kennedy is a native of Huntsville. She began her radio career as a graduate student in Communications at Georgia State University in Atlanta. An internship at WABE in Atlanta led to a varied career as a classical music host, news anchor, flying traffic reporter, and wacky sidekick on a country station. She has been at WLRH in Huntsville for the past 20 years and feels privileged to be part of a station that serves the community. When not working, Ginny enjoys spending time with her many critters including her horse Art.

Ginny hosts Morning Edition Monday through Thursday, and also hosts the Friday request edition of Morning Blend.

  • The Greater Huntsville Humane Society’s annual Dog Ball is coming up on February 4th. This year’s theme is “Love is ReBARKable.” The gala benefits the Humane Society’s animal shelter by helping to defray expenses incurred while providing care to animals in need. Amy Mayfield, the publicity chairperson for the Dog Ball talked with Ginny Kennedy what we can look forward to at the event. More information is at www.TheDogBall.org.
  • Opera Huntsville presents Bela Bartok’s Duke Bluebeard’s Castle at the VBC Playhouse. Co-directors Rebekah Alexander and David Ian Lee talked with Ginny Kennedy about this fascinating and haunting production.
  • Dr. Sara Cooper is a faculty investigator at the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology. Her lab is dedicated to the identification of novel therapeutic targets and strategies for treating pancreatic, breast and ovarian cancer. She spoke with Ginny Kennedy about her research, the Innovation is Power initiative to provide genetic testing for a variety of cancers, and the Tie the Ribbons event coming up in November.
  • The Huntsville Chamber Music Guild's 2013-2014 season begins with a performance from The Fine Arts Quartet on Friday, September 20th at 7:30pm at Trinity United Methodist Church. The quartet is also hosting a public workshop on Friday from 4-5pm at Trinity. Cellist Robert Cohen dropped by WLRHÂ for a live interview with Ginny Kennedy during Morning Blend. Here's part of their conversation ...
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