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Neigh'see'ers: Horsing Around with the Clydesdales

What’s better than walking upstairs and seeing a team of Clydesdales tromping up Polk Street just outside of HPPR’s Amarillo studio? The answer: not much!
We were thrilled to witness the exhibition of the Budweiser Clydesdales, on parade for the WRCA World Championship Ranch Rodeo.
Thanks to Beth Duke, Executive Director at Center City of Amarillo, for letting us know.
On Nov. 6, we were able to catch a few great shots. We hope you enjoy them!

Cameron Plumley joined HPPR’s Amarillo Studio team as an intern in September of 2019. He’s working through Amarillo Independent School District’s PRO internship program. Cameron will be working primarily on graphic design projects, as he has extensive experience through AACAL (Amarillo Area Center for Advanced Learning). He will also develop social media marketing, on-air promos, and audio editing/engineering. In his spare time, Cameron produces music across a variety of genres: Hip Hop, Alternative, and Indie. His future goals include being on tour with friends and creating music for millions of fans. He plans to attend West Texas A&M University, where he will pursue a degree in Graphic Design. Cameron also enjoys listening to his vast vinyl collection and loves seeing movies with his family. He is super excited to spend his time supporting public radio on the High Plains.
Jennifer Ugalde joined HPPR’s Amarillo Studio in September 2019 as a senior intern through Amarillo Independent School District’s PRO Internship program. She has been enjoying the opportunity to contribute to public media and local broadcasting, especially as a host for HPPR’s Living Room Concert Series. “It was exciting to see how live music concerts actually function,” she said. “I had a blast learning all the different ways HPPR promotes the arts.” In the studio, Jennifer writes and records audio promos. She also designs social media marketing campaigns; volunteers at HPPR events; and helps organize the influx of music submissions received by Jenny Inzerillo, Music Director. “I once got one that was a naked CD stuffed into a sandwich bag, with a very weird note,” she said. “I’m not sure if Jenny played it on her show. Ha!” When she’s not at HPPR, you can find her volunteering at Tascosa High School’s leadership program, crying during reruns of Grey’s Anatomy, or working at her job where she loves meeting new people and helping others.