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Founded in 1977 by his father and uncle McLendon has a long history her in Noth Eastern Ohio,
they are members of NASCAR, NHRA, Cloverleaf Speedway, Lake County Speedway, Thompson Raceway Park, Raceway 7, Lorain County Speedway, Summit Motorsports Park, Lake Erie Speedway, Dragway 42, Sandusky Speedway, This is a family owned business with, Mike McLendon.Jim McLendon,Margie Marks McLendon,
Steve McLendon and Bill McLendon they own and drive!
My good friend and tranquilo amigo from Spanish school will be joining us to talk about his Journey with the LORD over the past few years and What GOD is doing with he and his family and a "Portable Church" in Cleveland Ohio ( Well Loraine Ohio... but .....close enough)
Bianca Kajlich - Bianca Kajlich stars as Leslie Burton in NBC’s comedy series “Undateable.” Leslie is Danny’s sister and is a recently divorced wine-rep who, now single again for the first time in ten years, is struggling to find her place in the single world. Once introduced to the guys at the bar, she bonds with them immediately as they welcome her into their gang.Kajlich starred in Rules Of Engagement, Bring It On, 30 Minutes Or Less..Follow her on twitter @misskajlich
Sawyer Fredericks - 15 - Fultonville,NY - Team Pharrell - Won his battle against Noelle Bybee while singing "Have You Ever Seen The Rain?" by Creedance Clearwater Revival
Corey Kent White - 20 - Bixby,OK - Team Blake - Won his battle against Jacob Rummell while singing "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes
Koryn Hawthorne - 17 - Abbeville,LA - Team Christina - Won her battle against Vance Smith while singing "Love Me Harder" by Ariana Grande
Jacob Rummell - 19 - Akron,OH - Originally Team Blake then stolen by Team Pharrell after he lost his battle with Corey Kent White while singing "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes
Rob Taylor - 22 - Baton Rouge,LA - Team Christina - Won his battle against Jeremy Gaynor while singing "Animals" by Maroon 5
Brooke Adee - 16 - Tampa,Fl - Team Blake - Won her battle against Bay Brooks while singing "Style" by Taylor Swift
Lexi Davila - 17 - Lorain,OH - Team Adam - Won her battle against Bren'nae Debarge while singing "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedinfield
Cyphermania Wrap Up-How i spent last Mon.on Dr.Martin Luther King Jr's Birthday"From Blocking off Streets in Cleveland to stopping E.C.Corruption!Plus Tamir Rice case steps up&Police are still in Systemic Failure-What is a Frosty Beaver?M.A.N.in the Street is about to meet fans in Lorain Ohio&we give the The time&address for Thurs.for our meet&greet feat'Artist you've heard on the show(What's on the West Side C.D.Listening tour Album?)The Ohio Commission comes to Cleveland from Columbus to deal with Police Violence&it's the same Mumbo Jumbo as alaways,so call 646-478-0944 to comment&be a part of our conversation as we play new music from across the region!
Hip Hop Failed since the beginning(Like Black Churches)in Helping The Black Community&We have Proof-Hip Hop Workshop Wrap Up-East.92 ND Response to a Murder brings Hope-Department of Justice has written a Great Novel that is starting to have some changes-M.A.N.in the Street is coming to Buffalo New York&Having C.D.Listening tour's in Lorain Ohio&East Cleveland Ohio-New Music&Events-Plus Your Phones at 646-478-0944 to get involved in the conversation!
Topic: "Urban and Rural Perspectives in Educational Leadership"
Host: Shane K. Floyd, Ph.D.
Cultural Analyst: Fred B. Ward
For more information about the show go to: www.reachdrshane.com
Wilkins "The Hispanic Hurricane" Santiago is a 11-0-2 Undefeated professional prizefighter.
Fighting out of Lorain Ohio and is of Puertorican American desent. He is currently
pursuing his dream to become a world champion and bring Ohio and all the rest
of his fans all over the world a championship. Most critics say after me being
incarcerated for 5 years that its impossible. Funny thing they said the same about Dwight Quawi
Eddie Mustafah Muhamed, Mike Tyson and a guy by the name of Bernard Hopkins.
Wilkins says follow me to the glory witnesses with God, my Family and fans behind me
the impossible becomes the evident !!!!!
Hello people, in this show of the Christian Warrior Network, we will continue with part II of our story on Brother Ricks life with this debilitating disease. That affect more people than many would believe.
On a PROGRAMING NOTE, we will be taking Saturday September 27th., off and resuming our broadcast on October 4th, with a visit, live from Brother Rick himself. As he gives us the statics on how his, Lorain County Aids Task Force operates and helps bring awareness and help to residents in our region, right here in Northern Ohio.
Be sure to tune in right here on the Celtic Cross Radio Network every Saturday at 6:00 pm (EST).
Professional Prizefighter From Lorain, Ohio Jr. Middleweight 11-0 Wilkins "Hispanic Hurricane" Santiago a full time professional prizefighter currently pursuing his dream to become a world champion
and bring Ohio and all the rest of his fans all over the world a championship
most critics say after he was incarcerated for 5 years that its impossible.
Funny thing they said the same about Dwight Quawi, Eddie Mustafah Muhamed,
Mike Tyson and a guy by the name of Bernard Hopkins.
Robert J. Moore Jr. was born in Elyria, Ohio on November 13th 1979. Despite his birthplace, Robert grew up in the neighboring city of Lorain, Ohio, the same birthplace of world famous authors Toni Morrison and Helen Steiner Rice. Robert had the benefit of growing up in a multicultural city.
There were times during his young childhood when Robert had to deal with adverse conditions. At times his family was homeless or did not have functioning utilities. As a way of entertainment, Robert would read anything he could get his hands on. His mother had a collection of romance novels that he would read. Reading quickly built up his vocabulary at a young age as he continued to read above his grade level. Eventually he would begin to write stories of his own. He would write poetry for his friend to sell as well as short stories about some of the things that he had seen at a young age. At the latter stages of elementary school, he was a regular in the Young Authors writing program.
During Junior High School, his English teacher placed him on the school’s Power of the Pen writing team in which he was a state finalist for two years. These experiences inspired him to write a manuscript in high school.
During his first year of college, Robert wrote an abstract that was selected to participate in the American Association for the Advancement of Science competition in 2001.
In 2008, Robert along with four partners founded MooreWriting Publishing and published his first novel, “Till Death Do Us Part”. Following the success of his first novel Robert published a book of short stories, “Listen to My Kaleidoscope.”
Robert currently resides in his hometown and continues to write. He is also the vice president of the International Writers Association and hosts a weekly podcast, “The International Writers Association Podcast”.