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Voices of the Tri-States Archive – November 2017

11/30/17 – Carol Trueg, Chief Administrator – Holy Family Schools

11/29/17 – Tom Robbins, Executive Director – Christmas at the Heritage Center at the University of Dubuque and Upcoming Activities

11/28/17 – Dale Winter, The Coin Shop – Collectibles

11/27/17 – Brian Cooper, Author – New Book: “Biggest Gamble on the Mississippi: The Story of the Robert and Ruth Kehl Family”

11/24/17 – Stuart Tomc, CV Sciences – Nutrition

11/23/17 – Thanksgiving Day, No Show

11/22/17 – Major Kay Mason, Dubuque Salvation Army Chapter, and Dubuque Police Lt. Scott Baxter

11/21/17 – Mayor Pro Tem Joyce Connors – City of Dubuque Issues

11/20/17 – Pam Shaw, District Manager of the Dubuque Social Security Office – Social Security Issues

11/17/17 – Iowa Congressman Rod Blum – Federal Issues

11/16/17 – Sean Worthington, Cryptocurrency Expert – Digital Currency

11/15/17 – Jay Wickham, Dubuque County Board of Supervisors Chair – Dubuque County Issues

11/14/17 – Tammy Ryan, School Board President – Dubuque School Issues

11/13/17 – Max Richtman, President & CEO of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare – Tax Reform Implications

11/10/17 – Randy Rennison, Executive Director of the Dubuque County Commission of Veterans Affairs – Veterans Issues

11/9/17 – Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and Representatives of Hospice of Dubuque

11/8/17 – Kari Litscher, Former East Dubuque Resident – Children’s Author and The Accidental Hero – Performance at the University of Dubuque Heritage Center

11/7/17 – Iowa Senator Charles Grassley – Federal Issues and Ric Jones – At-Large City Council Candidate

11/6/17 – Mayor Roy Buol and City Councilman Jake Rios – Dubuque Mayoral Candidates

11/3/17 – Brett Shaw, 1st Ward Candidate and Jonathan McCoy, At-Large Candidate – Dubuque City Council Candidates

11/2/17 – Damian Waid, 3rd Ward Candidate – Dubuque City Council Candidate and State Representative Ako Abdul Samad, Keynote Speaker – Annual NAACP Dinner

11/1/17 – Iowa Senator Joni Ernst – Federal Issues and Major Kay Mason and Tom Stecher – Kick Off of the Dubuque Salvation Army Kettle Appeal