Summary: In the fall of 2015, my husband and I made our home in Tri-Cities, WA. We have since fallen in love with the area and the people here. This place is growing and still has so much potential. And working together, I know it can happen. But who’s here? What has been done? And what is left to do? With Tri-Citizens, I’m going to find out. Each month, I’ll interview another neighbor, so we can get a bigger, clearer picture of who we are as Tri-Citizens and what we can do to make Tri-Cities even better.
Welcome to Tri-Citizens! In this episode, I introduce myself and tell you why I’m excited to go on this journey. I also introduce and gush a bit about our Tri-Cities, WA. I included a few facts from the sources below. Those from Wikipedia are further backed by other sources, which you will find on their respective pages. * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pacific_Northwest_National_Laboratory * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hanford_Site * http://www.agclassroom.org/WA/pub/ag_school/12_1.pdf * https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quincy-Columbia_Basin_Irrigation_District#Statistics Did you catch yourself tapping your toes to the intro and outro music? Chase Craig is a local musician who plays at venues around the area. You can follow him on Facebook and find his music on ReverbNation. You can purchase his first album, Waterside, here. He is currently working on a new album, Vintage Soul, so be sure to look out for that. Thanks for listening. If you enjoyed the podcast, please subscribe on Apple Podcast or other podcast directory and leave a review. And I’d love to hear from you! You can follow and contact the podcast here. I’ll have a new episode for you every month. Thanks for joining me!