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Tune in Monday July 7, 2014 @8pm EDT for Shi's July "I'm all choked up" Picnic!
We've got some tasty vittles and some fireworks and some good fried chicken from Shilohkoko herself!
It just might be the funnest 60 minutes of your entire life! Why? Tune in and find out!
We're going to save karaoke! YOU can help... if you love karaoke, tune in! Go to www.daputershack.com and say hi
You can even like us on face book and other social sites! Free cyber cookies..... close your eyes... see them? yum!!!
Being outdoors is great for your body and mind - why not go on a picnic! Want to know the best foods to pack, how to prep and pack them, and even some last minute grab-and-go ideas? Travel with us for some outdoor picnic food fun!
Stacey Antine, RD, (HealthBarn USA) and author of Appetite for Life will lead the way. Along for the ride will be recipe maven, Kelly Schriver, RD. “Drive” with us to your favorite picnic spot, set it up and look forward to enjoying every bite.
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen. You will find invaluable food fun for all summer. See you then!
… for the health of your family,
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Picnics are a summer staple! The traditions, recipes, and scope of the picnic are as diverse as this great nation! This week we will be taking a look at several picnic theme ideas, as well as your best and our favorite picnic foods and recipes. Join us with your stories and comments.
Summer romances whether a young couple or a couple who has been together for 50 years are always enhanced by the romantic picnic. Countless music videos from pop to country have been dedicated to this time honored tradition. We will pay tribute to the romantic picnic today with great recipes along with stories and ideas to create the perfect setting.
The Fancy Farm Picnic, hosted by St. Jerome's Catholic Church, is held annually in the town of Fancy Farm, Ky
Grimes blasted McConnell as having gone Washington, pushing the refrain that instead of District of Columbia, D.C. stands for "doesn't care."With hundreds of the 20,000 picnic-goers looking on, Grimes shouted: "What a huge crowd for Sen. McConnell's retirement party. Lexington Herald-Leader
As the Year come to a close, We at the The Grid 10and #Guillotine team would like to thank not only those whom were core followers from the time we started but also those who took the time to grant us interviews and call in showing love to our shows.
On this episode of Off the Cuff, We're not only gonna reflect on the Ups and Downs of 2014, We're also gonna have everyone whom listen call in on who yall think earned those Coon of the Year honors or contenders for those Buttermilk Negro biscuits. Alot of them came out in full swing selling out so we're gonna address this along with playing the latest within hip hop.
We're gonna have a bunch of EXCLUSIVES being played throughout the show . We're looking forward to a more positive 2015!
Charlotte View is proud to support The Sergei Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization. Announcing The 2015 Annual TRIAD DOG GAMES (May 16 & 17) at Tanglewood Park (Forsyth County/4061 Clemmons Rd. Clemmons, NC 27012). President and Founder, Karen Fullerton is formally inviting all dogs (and their human families) in the Piedmont TRIAD (Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point) and is extending the invitation to all other cities around (Pet-friendly accomodations available -go to website).
This two-day public event showcase dogs running, jumping, diving, and retrieving in a variety of competitions for dogs. You may enter your dogs to compete or just come to spectate, spend the day at the park, eat and have some family fun (and don't forget to bring your canine family... leashed, friendly, and rabies vaccinated dogs welcome!).
Visit their dedicated website at www.triaddoggames.com for more information. For videos and photos please visit their facebook page and like it
Triad Dog Games is run by The Sergei Foundation. As the only major fundraiser, your support helps save companion pets’ lives by providing veterinary financial aid to families unable to afford emergency, life-saving care – Because They’re Family!.
COST: Required donation of $5 per person upon entry (kids 12 and under FREE) Competitions have individual entry fees between $10 - $25.
7840 North Point Blvd | PO Box 17256 |Winston Salem, NC 27116 | (336) 306-6861| www.sergeifoundation.org
Our guests this morning are Franci Agajanjan, Carmel Madonna and Amy Glasman, instructors at South Bay Adult School.
Franci Agajanjan has taught Parenting classes for 25 years. She began her career after graduating from USC as a Special Ed teacher and is now an Interpreter for the Deaf. She teaches American Sign Language for hearing babies to help them learn to communicate before they start talking.
Carmel Madonna has been teaching for the past 20 years at the South Bay Adult School and she loves implementing music into the daily routine.
Carmel teaches a class on Thursdays at different parks each week called Music and Movement in the Park and brings a basket of books, art projects and musical instruments for children to play. Her students march and dance while getting to know different neighborhoods in the South Bay. Carmel enjoys gardening, books and the great outdoors.
Amy Glasman has been teaching for over 20 years and has been an educator at the South Bay Adult School for almost 10 years now. She takes great joy in being part of a child’s first years of school. She originally grew up in Minnesota and has enjoyed living in Hermosa Beach for the past 15 years.
This morning, we’ll be discussing some of the programs the South Bay Adult School offers the community, in particular, the annual The Teddy Bear Picnic.
The kids get to sing and learn sign language while enjoying a picnic under the stars with their Teddy bears.
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