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Teen Scene Writers visit WWAYTV3

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Gerald Decker
WWAYTV3 Weatherman Ramel Carpenter
Good Morning Carolina Co-anchor Donna Gregory demonstrates why Ramel can’t wear green when he does the weather. (Gerald Decker)

Journalism Clubs at Brunswick Early College High and Heide Trask High School had the opportunity to visit the set of WWAYTV3 in Leland on November 29, 2023. The visit was coordinated between Teen Scene, Inc. and our partners at WWAY.  Morning weatherman Ramel Carpenter conducted the tours and became an instant hit with the student journalists. Students had the opportunity to meet Good Morning Carolina show Co-Anchors Donna Gregory and Matt Bennett, as well as some of the news crew and reporters.

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Gerald Decker, Founder, President
Gerald Decker is a 4-year Navy veteran with four tours to Vietnam between 1968-1971. Gerald earned a Master’s Degree from George Washington University. He worked for nine years as a U. S. Senate staffer after college and later as a Senior Manager for a small business lobby organization. Gerald also taught Political Science at the high school and college levels. He is a certified trainer in Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Gerald founded Athens/Oconee Adult Baseball, Decker Diamonds, the Leland VFW Post 12196, and Teen Scene, Inc. In addition to his work with Teen Scene, Gerald is founder and Past Commander of the Leland VFW Post 12196. The Post was the Mayor's Choice of Citizen of the Year in 2020 and was ranked #5 in the nation for 2022-2023. Since 2020, Gerald has co-written two books. The first was about his good friend and WWII veteran Alex Moskowitz. The second was published by Teen Scene, Inc. in Oct. 2021, entitled "The Great Lockdown of 2020: An Anthology." Gerald is still married to his high school girlfriend (55 years) and has two children and three grandchildren. Following a 15-year hobby of playing catcher in a men’s adult fast-pitch baseball league, his hobbies now include heating pads, grandchildren, and genealogy. Teen Scene and VFW are not hobbies. They are passions.

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