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Posted on: March 2, 2018

“Calling City Hall” Discusses Environmental Fair, Run with the Big Dogs


Two of Pocatello’s popular spring events are the topics for the March episode of “Calling City Hall.”

The first half of the show features Danielle Garcia, Animal Services Director, join Mayor Brian Blad for a preview of the 2018 “Run with the Big Dogs.” During the second half, Science & Environment Administrator Hannah Sanger stops by for a look at this year’s Environmental Fair. The show also features a special guest with Mayor for a Day Lilly Miron joining the conversation.

The show will air Tuesday, March 6 at 6:30 p.m. Due to scheduling considerations, this episode of “Calling City Hall” has been prerecorded.

For more information on this program, Government Access Television, Educational Access Television, or Community Access Television, contact Pocatello Community Media at 208-234-6280 or visit You can also find this program and other Pocatello Community Media programs online at

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