I did a little work with 103.3 FM ESPN Radio over the summer and still do some on air stuff for them. For instance after every football game, I do a post-game recap on the High School Football Scoreboard Show with R.J. Choppy and Chris Sanders.

ESPN has a segment called North Texas Perspective where the host talks with somebody in the North Texas community who is doing work that affects people in the area.

Since I will be at the volleyball game tonight to cover the LHHS vs. Sunset volleyball game, at Lake Highlands at 6:30 p.m., and I knew that the Lady Wildcats were working with The Bridge Breast Cancer Network in their efforts for Cats for the Cure, I decided to interview Terry Wilson-Grey, Executive Director of The Bridge Breast Cancer Network.

Not only was she a fantastic interviewee, but we also got an opportunity to talk about the work that Lake Highlands is doing to help.

“That is just one of the many examples of how people can contribute,” Wilson-Grey said. “I know this is the second year they have been part of their program, and we are grateful that they are getting involved at such a young age to express awareness for breast cancer treatments and diagnosis.”

Wilson-Grey will be at the game tonight for a check presentation from the lady Wildcats to The Bridge as all of the proceeds from the T-shirts sold are being donated to The Bridge.

The show is scheduled to air this weekend.