Do you read the blogs on your local Patch? Blogging is fun, easy, free and open to everyone. This summer we are going to take some time to get to know our local bloggers. This week we are featuring Lee Becker, whose blogs may be found on the Oconee Patch.
Lee Becker is a resident of Oconee County and shared the following responses with us in an email interview.
What is your educational background?
I have a B.A. from the University of Kentucky in Journalism, M.A. from the University of Kentucky in Communication and a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin in Mass Communication.
Tell us a little about yourself, your interests, your accomplishments, what’s important to you…
I have lived in Oconee County for 15 years. I am interested in the civic life of the county.
What are your ties to the Oconee Patch? How did you become involved with blogging here?
I started a blog, Oconee County Observations, back in 2006. on Oconee County Observations and direct the readers to Oconee County Observations for more specific details.
Why do you like to blog and what subjects are your favorites to write about?
I enjoy the chance to share what I know about the community with others.
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