Brett Carter

Volunteer Coordinator

Brett Carter is the host of Centerstage Minnesota and volunteer coordinator at Northern Community Radio.  When not scheduling, training and coaching our team of over 100 volunteers, he is shining the spotlight on great Minnesota music.  He entertains his co-workers with his quirky sense of humor, unique socks and collection of multi-colored pens.  Brett lives in Bagley with his wife and beloved cats.  It is rumored he once spent $10,000 on his cats birthday ....

Ways to Connect

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Susanne from McGregor favors even more raisins in her cereal.

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Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast.  All it takes is your membership and an email!

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Sue from Puposky sought out advice on microgreens for breakfast.

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Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast.  All it takes is your membership and an email!

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Ginger from Brainerd offers up her three weekly choices of fun breakfasts before planning her Sunday morning out.

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Michele Andringa is the director of Head Start in Cass and Beltrami counties with programs from Kelliher to Pillager and from Bemidji to Walker and more. When the governor closed schools in March, Head Start faced the challenge of eight days of planning to change their classroom and home visit programs from in-person to distance-learning.

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Al and Jennifer from Hibbing ate their separate meals while celebrating their 49th wedding anniversary.

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Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Kathy from St. Paul served up some wheat chex with blueberries.

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Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast.  All it takes is your membership and an email!

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Susan from Deer Lake interrupted her yogurt breakfast to call in.

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Thanks to our sponsor Homestead Mills for their support of this program! Let us know if you want to be our guest on What's For Breakfast.  All it takes is your membership and an email!

Each week John and Heidi pull up a chair to one of our member’s kitchen tables and get to know them a little bit better. This week’s caller, Sandy from McGregor skipped the avocado and offered up a broadcast of oatmeal bread toast with natural peanut butter.

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Amy Rice

Minnesota musician, Lynndelle, known for her rock fiddling, singing  and songwriting just released her debut album Gathering Flowers in April. The music comes in part from her struggle with breast cancer, and the album dropped just as the pandemic was ramping up in Minnesota. Then, the protests happened around her in the Twin Cities. The music of Gathering Flowers provides an uplifting experience in the midst of life's many challenges. Find out more about Lynndelle at her web site and on social media.

from taylorjamesdonskey.com/press

As a sideman, Taylor James Donskey has a solid reputation in the Twin Cities, playing with bands like The Lowland Lakers, Lena Elizabeth and more. Now he has his own album, Paper Over It, his exploration of life with a strong sense of identity, powerful lyrics, and a full sound made possible by calling in friends from the bands he's played in for years. Find out more on his website or on Facebook. Hear my conversation with Taylor below.

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