Launches new radio show
Understanding the importance of giving students a platform to engage, share their ideas and become a part of the solution for their schools, Anderson will also premiere a progressive talk and music radio show called The Cherine Anderson Groove Campus Show on April 15 on Bess 100 FM. Listeners can tune in every Wednesday 5-6 p.m. or watch the live stream via www.cherinetv.com
Projects confirmed for the Spring 2015 edition of the Groove Campus Tour are The Queen's School Breakfast Project, the Munro College Gears Up Cadets Project, the Holy Trinity High Keep It Moving Fitness Project, G.C. Foster College's pool refurbishing project, Excelsior High's Sci-Tech Project, Rollington Town Primary's Cool Down ceiling fan project, as well as Groove Open Campus, an all-day cook-out which entails a lunch hour concert and after work jam to benefit the ROC Scholarship Programme. Groove Open Campus is the only event of the tour that is open to the general public.
Participating schools are nominated by students, teachers or alumni by way of an online application at www.cherinetv.com/groovecampus. All schools must demonstrate a clear need or a project that will benefit the entire student body. In addition, the Groove Team works in collaboration with the students and school administration to guide the projects. Other artistes to endorse the initiative are Ch4se, Nina Karle, Chevaughn and Natty King, along with performances by students, teachers, parents and alumni of each institution.
For more information about the Cherine Anderson Groove Campus Show and The Groove Campus Tour, visit www.cherinetv.com/groovecampus.