WQED Multimedia: Television ChrisFire: The guest tonight is Mark Rauterkus, a community activist, swim coach and former candidate for mayor of Pittsburgh. Rauterkus says that the Pittsburgh financial crunch is really going to hurt children this summer. Thirty two swimming pools will close and nineteen recreation centers. Yet, he says there is no need to be discouraged, and that there is still time to build quality fun for the city's youth. He tell us what he proposes during ChrisFire.
Monday, March 22, 2004
WQED show, Mark Rauterkus on ChrisFire
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