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Watch Krimpen of June 12, 2021

10.00 am – RTVR News and the Editorial Disc de

10.10 am – Weather chat
Borrow the King

10.20 am – Sign up for Open Garden Day in Krimpen
Jacqueline Veltman

10.30 am – Free Membership Library for members of the Food Bank
Marielle Post (Library ad IJssel)

10.45 am – Restaurant “Ross Lovell” not an event location after all
Fleur van Dijk (Ross Lovell)


11 a.m. – RTVR News followed by the new LOK disc.
“Last train home”: John Mayer

11:10am – Our weekly column : “a piggy named Kotelet”
Bert van Oosterhout

11.20 am – “Promen” takes over management of the petting zoo
Alderman Coen Derickx

11.30 am – Motion “Voice of Shrinking” against increasing the time interval for periodic breast examinations unanimously adopted by the council
Wilma Lingen (Voice van Krimpen fraction)


12 noon – RTVR News.


Presentation and program technique: Niels van der Steenhoven
Editing and co-presentation : Terry Mace Hardyman



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Source: Original article (Dutch)

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