Joe Luginbill, the youngest person ever elected to the Eau Claire School Board, is the subject of this week’s episode of “Spirit In Action” on Northern Spirit Radio (NSR).
During the program, hosted by Mark Helpsmeet, Luginbill discusses his work on the school board crafting district policy. The program also is focused Luginbill’s early life experiences and how they shaped him into a committed activist for vulnerable children and young adults.
His new children’s book, Chip the Cat Goes to Bat, and his new charitable foundation, the Luginbill Children’s Foundation, are also covered on the program.
The interview was broadcast on WHYS (96.3 FM) this morning (Sunday, April 23) and is archived and available on Northern Spirit Radio’s website.
Luginbill was 20 when he was elected to the school board two years ago. He is also a former Chippewa Valley Post Board member.
“Spirit in Action” is an hour-long program featuring interviews interspersed with relevant music. On it, Helpsmeet interviews people who provide leadership in the areas of peace, justice and “good works.”