CTN Recap: Some of the top shows from last month still available for viewing

November’s CTN programs 

  • Ward Talk, Kathy Griswold, Ann Arbor City Councilmember from the 2nd Ward, November 2020 HERE
  • Soapbox, Big Brother Big Sister of Washtenaw County / Adopt A Family  HERE
  • FYI, Communications Manager for the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority, Maura Thomson, talks supporting local businesses during the holiday season while navigating the pandemic, Ann Arbor installs solar panels at city owned buildings and learn to report problems throughout the city with A2 Fix It. HERE
  • Ann Arbor Water Meter Upgrades, This project will replace approximately 26,500 meters with newer equipment that utilizes the latest metering technology and longer battery life. Once installed, these upgraded meters will provide more accurate readings and thus make billing more accurate. Learn more about this process, including all the COVID-19 precautions, HERE. Watch video HERE
  • FYI, Executive Director of the Shelter Association of Washtenaw County, Daniel Kelly, talks expansion of winter warming shelters and keeping our vulnerable population safe during the 2nd wave of the pandemic. HERE
  • Happy Tails, Gary Evans, Clinic Director discusses the changes at the Huron Valley Humane Society (HSHV) Clinic and the positive impact of adoptions during the pandemic. HERE
  • Santa Satellite Promo, Watch as Holly Holiday & Mistletoe get ready for the holiday season. Watch Santa Satellite Network on CTN channel 17 or YouTube.com/CTNAnnArbor on December 10, 2020,  HERE
  • A2Zero: I Have a Vision, Have a vision for Ann Arbor’s future? Apply today to become an A2ZERO Ambassador! Ambassadors will attend specialized classes to gain knowledge on the City’s plan for carbon neutrality by 2030, connect with other passionate Ambassadors, and become equipped with the resources to make lasting change. Apply HERE
  • A2 Zero Application, HERE
  • Adventures in Parenthood,  Angelman Syndrome, The Leitz Family discusses the ups and downs of parenthood as they tackle the rare genetic disorder, Angelman Syndrome, HERE
  • Ann Arbor Inclusive, Therapeutic Riding Inc. is a non-profit adaptive equestrian facility, making horsemanship and equestrian sports accessible for people with disabilities. Their Ann Arbor farm boasts well-trained horses, skilled professional trainers, and accessible facilities to help riders of all abilities excel! In this episode, you’ll meet two of TRI’s riders pursuing their para-equestrian dreams, as they work toward competing in para-dressage. HERE