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Three Things: My First, My Favorite, My Future (season 4, episode 5)
Season 4, Episode 5 of Three Things will welcome 3 WV professionals to share their stories! Guests for this special FestivALL episode include Community Re-Developer Tighe Bullock, Executive Producer at Mountain Stage/ Ring Announcer Adam Harris, and Radio Personality/Author/Philanthropist Leeshia Lee.
Adam Harris- Adam is a Greenbrier county farm boy with a degree in music business. After interning at the public radio show, Mountain Stage, in 2005, he became the executive producer in 2011. Adam is a self-professed pro wrestling enthusiast who currently makes his way into the squared circle as a ring announcer.
Leeshia Lee - Former radio personality at west Virginia radio corporation's The Beat. She is currently working on her third book. Following the success of "Based on A Woo Story Parts 1 & 2", she co-produced a staged play based on the books.
Tighe Bullock - Growing up in the ghost town of Thurmond, West Virginia inspired Tighe to reverse the dilapidation of buildings in historic towns. With dual degrees in Accounting and Business Management, a Juris Doctorate, and 15 years of construction experience, Tighe has put himself to the task of preserving West Virginia history. As a raft guide, ski instructor, and mountaineer, Tighe makes the most of living in the Mountain State.
Three Things, produced by Jeff Shirley, presents 3 unique professionals discussing their first, favorite and future works, revealing a side not often seen by the public. Learn what inspires and drives some of your favorite area professionals at this live monthly speaker series.
Venue: The John L. Dickinson Family Homeowner Education & Community Center at 815 Court St.-- Located within Habitat For Humanity ReStore
Tickets: Adults $10, students/children $5 at door