Live Nativity with hot cocoa, carolling and more at SalemWesleyanMethodistChurch on Newgarden Avenue, tomorrow and Friday
CHRISTMAS CONCERT TO BENEFIT NILES COMMUNITY SERVICE Featuring THE CHORDS OF CHRISTMAS This Saturday at The Creekside Golf Dome, Route 422, Niles. Two Shows: 6pm and 9pm. Advanced tickets can be purchased for $8.00 per person by calling Niles Community Services at (330) 652-6412. Tickets will be $10.00 on the day of the show. Seating is limited so advanced ticket purchase is recommended. Cash Bar and Food will be available during each show.
Help a hospitalized veteran this Christmas with personal items and Christmas cards. Point Man International Ministries will head to a veteran's hospital outside of WashingtonD.C. to deliver the gifts. HERE ARE PLACES TO DROP OFF ITEMS
The ArmsFamilyMuseum, 648 Wick Ave., in Youngstown will hold the annual "Memories of Christmas Past" in the 1905 Arts and Crafts mansion of Olive and Wilford Arms. The seven period rooms of the museum are decorated for the holidays. The display features many items from the historical society's collections as well as items on loan from private collections. The displays will be shown until Jan. 5. Call 330-743-2589. The history room will feature old-fashioned 19th century Christmas period artifacts, decorations and craft projects.
The Warren Family Mission, 361 Elm Road NE, is having several free events during the Christmas season for which it needs donations of food, toys and money. Dec. 21: Parents/caregivers of registered children pick up toys at the times assigned to them. Items needed are new, unwrapped toys and gifts for children, newborn to teenagers. Dec. 23, to : Community Christmas Meal. Items needed include ham, instant potatoes, boxed pork stuffing, pineapple, salad, pork gravy, assorted cheeses, items for relish tray, items for punch, and rolls and butter. Dec. 25, Christmas Day: , brunch for people who don’t have family. Items needed include breakfast meats, hams, eggs, pancake mix, bread, pastries, butter, milk and juices.Donations, including money or gift cards, can be dropped off at 2671 Youngstown Road SE, Warren, from to Monday through Friday or at 361 Elm Road NE, Warren, from to Monday through Sunday. Monetary donations also can be made via warrenfamilymission.com, or by calling 330-394-5437.
We announce Holiday Happenings mornings at 7:10am and if you have an event, just send me a "Shout Out"
Roddy Piper, Jimmy Hart and Bushwacker Join Jeff
Wrestling legends ROWDY RODDY PIPER, JIMMY "THE MOUTH OF THE SOUTH" HART and LUKA one of the BUSHWACKERS rumble in the studio with Jeff, and we know who loses!
Pump Boys 25th Reunion
Jeff with the original members of "Pump Boys & Dinettes" during their 25th anniversary run in May; Jeff Sanders, Rick Blackson, Robin Eliah McKamey, me, Maureen McGovern ,er Collins, Don Creeque and Todd Hancock.
Mornings are Fun...with Oldies 106.1!
6:50 Weird News Ripped from the pages of our website!
7:30 Question Even the wrong answers are fun!
8:30am Song Of The Day There's always a song that best describes the day!
Who Is This Guy?
Born on Friday the 13th in Cleveland, you would think there couldn't be any worse luck, but he's been void of any serious back luck, except maybe on the golf course. Jeff was a 1972 grad of Canfield High School and received his B.S. (before any jokes, its 'Bachelor of Science) in Communications at Ohio University in 1976. He has worked at radio stations around the country, like WSGW in Saginaw, Michigan; WHOT in Youngstown; WLAM in Lewiston, Maine; WDMT and WLTF in Cleveland; WYAV in Myrtle Beach; WYUU in Tampa; WODJ in Grand Rapids, Michigan; and 2 stints at WBBG..both back when it was Oldies 93 and now at 106.1. Jeff has done television, anchoring sports on WYTV back in the 80s and currently does some local commercials. He is the PA announcer for YSU football and basketball and you may also hear Sunday nights on WMJI in Cleveland.