Photo: ‘The Community Project’ airs Friday on Public Access TV 5 and the web | VailDaily.com

Photo: ‘The Community Project’ airs Friday on Public Access TV 5 and the web

Host Holly Trickel prepares to go up in a 1942 Stearman, a World War II fighter plane, during the Vail Automotive Classic. Episode 15 of “The Community Project” airs Friday, Nov. 20, at 2 p.m. on Public Access TV 5 and the web. Hosted by Trickel, the show will feature The Haps for December and January, a new Around Town video segment about the Vail Automotive Classic and the hilarious movie review segment Reel Talk with Max America and DJ Scratch ’N Sniff. The live studio guest will be musician Nick Steingart. Tune in to Channel 5, or watch on the web at www.publicaccess5.org. Click on “Video Library” and navigate to “The Community Project” playlist to find past episodes, or “like” Public Access TV5 on Facebook to find out about new videos.
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Host Holly Trickel prepares to go up in a 1942 Stearman, a World War II fighter plane, during the Vail Automotive Classic. Episode 15 of “The Community Project” airs Friday, Nov. 20, at 2 p.m. on Public Access TV 5 and the web. Hosted by Trickel, the show will feature The Haps for December and January, a new Around Town video segment about the Vail Automotive Classic and the hilarious movie review segment Reel Talk with Max America and DJ Scratch ’N Sniff. The live studio guest will be musician Nick Steingart. Tune in to Channel 5, or watch on the web at http://www.publicaccess5.org. Click on “Video Library” and navigate to “The Community Project” playlist to find past episodes, or “like” Public Access TV5 on Facebook to find out about new videos.


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