Director Fred Stuart with a group of the cast from Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
who performed Wednesday night for patients and staff of their sponsor Enloe Rehabilitation Center.
Some of the cast from Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
at Enloe Rehabilitation Center singing "Tradition."
Director Fred Stuart setting the scene of Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
for patients and staff of Enloe Rehabilitation Center.
Director of Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
Fred Stuart with members of the cast performed Wednesday night for their sponsor Enloe Rehabilitation Center.
Some of the cast of Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
singing "Tradition" at Enloe Rehabilitation Center, the sponsor for the upcoming performance Oct. 3.
Two stars from Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
act out a scene at their sneak peek preview for the sponsor of the performance, Enloe Rehabilitation Center.
The talented, young stars from the upcoming performance Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
performed a sneak peek show for their sponsor Enloe Rehabilitation Center.
The young performers from Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
sing at their performance for sponsor Enloe Rehabilitation Center.
Stars from Fiddler on the Roof Jr.
perform at Enloe Rehabilitation Center in their last sneak peek performance before the show Oct. 3.
Outreach Coordinator Dan Goodsell chats it up with Don Gonyea before a classroom interaction with students from Aaron Quinn's ethics and propaganda classes at Butte Hall on campus, prior to his lecture at Laxson Auditorium on 9/20.
Don Gonyea's modest persona made the classroom discussion lively, with great student participation.
Don Gonyea enthusiastically regales the birth of his career as a country western disc jockey the first time he was ever on the air.
Chatting with many journalism students at the interaction, Gonyea is reminded of an experience that tested his ethical practices in the early years with NPR.
Pulling out his personal recording equipment, Don Gonyea gets the best acting out of Professor Aaron Quinn during the interaction.
Students excitedly approach Don Gonyea after the discussion to thank him and voice how helpful his talk was in their pursuit of a journalistic career.
Making his way to KCHO, Don Gonyea with Kim Weir, also a reporter with NPR in Chico with local radio station KCHO/KFPR.