WPGW Breakfast Club Fall
Our live broadcasts are hosted by WPGW's John Boggs
interviewing public figures from the community and bringing you information on up and coming events. The WPGW
Breakfast Club airs live on WPGW 100.9FM/1440AM starting at 7:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. on specific dates during the
We would like to thank you for listening to the WPGW Breakfast
Club. Our fall season is over, and we are going to take a little break. Keep listening to WPGW
AMFM Portland and check back into to www.wpgwradio.com and on facebook
for updates on our next season.
If you missed
any of our previous shows you can listen to them here on the web. You can
also look at pictures of the broadcast taken by our own Sam Thomas on WPGW Radio on
New season of
the WPGW Breakfast Club will be on a new page found here: www.WPGW-Breakfast-Club-2011.html
Our special guest for this
broadcast was Jay County Christian Academy (JCCA) Principal Mike Eads, and Ft. Recovery Ambassador representatives
Will Collins and Craig Wendel talking about the First Annual Civil War at the
Seg. 1: Thank you for joining our show
on www.wpgwradio.com. This is the first show for our fall
season. Our Host John Boggs starts off our show talking to JCCA Principal Mike
Seg. 2: JCCA Principal Mike Eads talks about the mission statement, and how he is
adjusting to his new position with the JCCA.
3: JCCA Principal Mike Eads talks about how the economy has hurt the
JCCA, fun raisers, how to make a donation and to
visit the JCCA.
Principal Mike Eads talks about cost of running the school and tuition at JCCA.
Recovery Ambassadors Craig Wendel and Will Collins talks to us about the First Annual Civil War at the Fort and the
Ft. Recovery Ambassadors program.
6: Ft. Recovery Ambassadors Craig Wendel and Will Collins talks about
sponsors who helped put the First Annual Civil War at the Fort and some of the activities that they have
Our guests were State Rep. Bill Davis and Bob Lyons who shared with us the planning and activities that surrounds
Jenae Day. We also had JCHS students Megan Taylor and Austin Mann who talked about JCHS
Seg. 1: Thank you for joining our show on www.wpgwradio.com. This first segment is our Host John Boggs
talking to Bob Lyons and State Rep. Bill Davis who talk about Jenae Horn and how Jenae Day got
Seg. 2: Bob Lyons and State Rep. Bill Davis talk about
the Jenae Day Activities and committee members.
Seg. 3: State Rep. Bill Davis continues talking about committee members and activities that
surround Jenae Day going on September 25th.
Seg. 4: State Rep. Bill Davis and Bob Lyons talks about
how others can donate money or auction items to contribute in Jenae Day Saturday September
Seg. 5: JCHS Seniors Austin Mann and Megan Taylor talk
about JCHS Homecoming Parade and Game events for Friday September 24.
Seg. 6: JCHS Seniors Austin Mann and Megan Taylor talk
about Spirit Night for this years JCHS Homecoming.
Seg. 7: As we close
our show for this week, State Rep. Bill Davis finishes talking about the
Jenae Day activities, including the Bike Ride and Auction.
It was a busy show this week for the WPGW
Breakfast Club. We had Jim Waechter who talked to us about the Museum of the Soldier’s Annual
Chicken Dinner and Military Vehicle Display coming up Oct. 16th. We
talked to representatives of the Ft. Recovery Schools talking about the future of the Ft. Recovery schools
buildings. We talked to chairs for the Taste of Jay County coming
up Oct. 17th. And we talked with the United Way of Jay County
about the Small Business Blitz.
Jim Waechter talks about the Museum of the Soldier's Annual Chicken Dinner and Military Vehicle Display coming up
2: Pat Niekamp, Superintendent of Ft. Recovery Schools, and Ft.
Recovery School Board Member Dave Dull, talks about the proposal of Ft.
Seg. 3: Pat
Niekamp and Dave Dull answers questions frequently asked from the public
on the proposal for Ft. Recovery Schools.
Seg. 4: Pat Niekamp and Dave Dull
talk about how the tax levy works and how it will effect tax payers if voted in on Nov. 2nd.
Seg. 5: R
representatives from the Jay County United Way, Cindy Denney, April Wallischeck, Rose Morgan, and Mark Clemmens,
talk about Jay County United Way's Small Business Blitz.
6: Mandee Mikulski Membership Director of the JC Chamber of
Commerce, Executive Director of the JC Visitor and Tourism Bureau
Gyneth Augsberger, and Janice Fritz talk to us about the Taste of Jay County coming up on Oct.
Seg. 7: Mandee Mikulski, Gyneth Augsberger, and Janice Fritz finish up their segment on the
Taste of Jay County and our host John Boggs thanks you our local listeners for joining us on the WPGW
Breakfast Club for your support.
On this edition of the WPGW Breakfast Club our special guest were local educator and author
Jeanine Poole and her granddaughter Audrey. Jeanine talked about how her families special holiday weekend ideal
became "More Than A Gift." We talked to Jennifer Hartley and Charlene Wilder about their non-profit organization
Sky-Riders, and how they help special needs individuals live out dreams. And Janet Bantz and Jeanna Ford from the
Crossroads Credit Union talk about "Make a Difference Day" that is coming up Saturday Oct. 23rd.
Jeanine Poole share what
Christmas is like at the Poole home and the memories they share.
Seg. 1: Jeanine Poole
talks about the details of the Poole Family Christmas. And Granddaughter Audrey share what her
favorite theme was.
Seg. 2: Jeanine Poole
shares from her book "More Than A Gift." And what her family's special holiday means to
Seg. 3: Jennifer
Hartley and Charlene Wilder talk about their non-profit organization Sky-Riders.
Seg. 4: Jennifer
Hartley and Charlene Wilder talk about how you can help with donations and volunteer for their non-profit
Seg. 5: Janet Bantz
and Jeanna Ford from the Crossroads Credit Union talk about "Make a Difference Day" going on Sat. October
Seg. 6: Janet
Bantz and Jeanna Ford talk about how to make a difference everyday. and WPGW Breakfast Club host John
Boggs gives a special thanks to our listeners and guests for our latest edition.
November 11, 2010 Veteran's Day
Today we recognized and honored our
Veteran's who have serve our country and those who have gave their lives for our freedom. Our special guests were
Jim Waechter and Roy Leverich who came on our show to talk about how Veteran's Day got started, and gave us facts
and stories surrounding the military. Doug Inman also came on our show to talk about the dedication ceremony to be
held at Freedom Park later that morning. Make sure you check out our Veteran's
Day page dedicated to all the men and women who have served our country.
Seg. 1: WPGW Breakfast Club host
John Boggs starts our show by introducing our guest Jim Waechter and Roy Leverich who talk about Veteran's
Seg. 2: Jim Waechter reads an essay
from a Jay County student from years ago about everyday heroes.
Seg. 3: Doug Inman from the Portland
Foundation talks about the dedication ceremony at Freedom Park.
Seg. 4: Roy Leverich talks about
some facts and stories that surrounds our U.S. Military.
Seg. 5: Jim Waechter and Roy
Leverich talk about the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery in Washington D.C.
Seg. 6: Jim Waechter talks about how
the poppy became a symbol of Veteran's Day.
Seg. 7: Jim Waechter reads
Flanders Field, and John Boggs closes out the show thanking our
November 18, 2010 Fall Finale
For our Fall Finale we had the chairs for the Winterfest
activities. Cindy Gardner, Emily Roberts, Jane Ann Runyon, Carly Sanderson, Tressie Monroe, and Sue Wade came on
our show to talk about and give information on all the activities for Winterfest 2010 with our host John
Seg. 1: Cindy Gardner, Emily
Roberts, and Jane Ann Runyon talk about the committies that put on Winterfest and the coloring
Seg. 2: Carly Sanderson talks about
the live nativity and Cindy Gardner talks about the sponsors of Winterfest and the cookie
Seg. 3: WPGW Breakfast Club host
John Boggs talks about the auction at Arts Place. While Carly Sanderson talks about Little Miss Winterfest. and
Cindy Gardner finish talking about the cookie baking contest.
Seg. 4: Tressie Monroe talks about
the Kids Breakfast with Yogi Bear, and Sue Wade talks about the Kids Karnival
that both will be held Saturday morning at East Jay Middle School.
Seg. 5: Tressie Monroe talks a
little more on the breakfast, while Emily Roberts gives you the run down on the activities for Winterfest on
Saturday. And Cindy Gardner talks about the Sunday Home Tours.
Seg. 6: WPGW Breakfast Club host
John Boggs closes our show thanking our guests and the people who make the Breakfast Club possible as we end our
second season of the show.
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