Featured on the May 30th, 2019 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- Many visitors to Mount Lemmon have no idea that it was named for a botanist and artist from Maine. In 1868, she became the first white woman to climb the highest peak in the Catalina Mountains. Find out more about Sara Plummer Lemmon in a feature produced by Laura Markowitz.
- The Tucson Interfaith HIV / AIDS Network, or TIHAN, is celebrating 25 years of offering support and services in Southern Arizona. Mark talks with executive director Scott Blades and Care Partner Tim Haver, who have both been with the network since the beginning. The Tucson Interfaith HIV / AIDS Network is holding its largest fundraiser of the year,"Treasures for TIHAN", on June 15h at the University Marriott Park Hotel, with dinner, dancing and an auction.
- And, meet Albert Chamillard, an artist who finds solace and creative satisfaction by creating intricate, monochromatic drawings through a time-consuming method called cross-hatching. Chamillard’s art is part of an exhibition called A Patterned Language, at the Etherton Gallery on South 6th Avenue through Saturday, June 15th 2019.