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Going to Camp (Shelby)

We're broadcasting live from the windy atrium at the Armed Forces Museum at Camp Shelby near Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The base has turned out in great numbers to greet us, and in addition to a number of high-ranking officers joining us, we'll also talk to representatives from a local hospital and university.

Hour 1:
Our visit to the zoo and aquarium in New Orleans, and Jennifer's meeting with Brad Pitt. Colonel Ernie Shows, post commander of Camp Shelby. Command Sargent Major Mary Beazley. Bill Oliver, president of Forest General Hospital. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@SmartFamilyShow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Google iTalk and Apple's iChat.

Hour 2:
The real meaning of swamp. Rick Taylor of the Visitors Bureau of Southern MS. Allen Barbour, a local youngster. Brigadier General Robert Livingston. Chad Daniels, director of the Armed Forces Museum. Dr. Joan Exline from USM. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@SmartFamilyShow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Google iTalk and Apple's iChat.

Hour 3:
Our visit to Vicksburg. Joseph White, president of the Downtown Association. Dr. Angie Godwin, from the Associated Development Partnership. Lt. Colonels Sanders and Barbour. Colonel John Hadjis. We take your calls at 1-866-99FAMILY, your emails at radio@SmartFamilyShow.com and your instant messages to screen names smartmaxradio and smartvicradio on AIM, Yahoo, MSN, Google iTalk and Apple's iChat.

Audio Files for March 4, 2007:

Audio is in unrestricted MP3 format, compatible with all MP3 software (like iTunes, Windows Media Player and others). It works with iPods and other MP3 players.

- Hour 1
- Hour 2
- Hour 3
- Full 3 hours

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