Saturday, March 24, 2012

Here is what's playing this week on Eye on Oshkosh...

Be sure to join us starting Monday, Mar. 26 when Cheryl and Dan visit in the first segment with Oshkosh Police Chief Scott Greuel about the status of team policing and how he believes the concept he initiated several years ago when he was first named chief is going. Chief Greuel also discusses general crime and crime prevention, the Neighborhood Watch program, when people should call the police, and how people are able to more closely follow police calls that are made in their neighborhood. In the second segment, Cheryl and Dan are joined by Tim Hess and Dan DeGreef of the local Habitat for Humanity program who discuss a new program Habitat is starting called the Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. This is a program that will help dozens, potentially hundreds, of homeowners in the Oshkosh area do small to major repairs and other projects to their homes. Applications to receive assistance from the Habitat program are being taken now, so this is one show you won’t want to miss. *Programming note: This show will run two weeks.

In the Oshkosh area, "Eye on Oshkosh" can be seen Mondays at 7 p.m., Thursdays at 1 p.m. and Saturdays at 6 p.m. on local cable access channel 2 (Time Warner Cable). Check with your local cable company or its TV listings for replay times in other, more outlying areas. “Eye on Oshkosh” also may air at times other than just those listed. Check the guide on your cable access channel for other days and times, as well. “Eye on Oshkosh” is copyrighted and any unauthorized copying or use of any portion of the program is strictly prohibited by law.



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