Besides my on-air duties, I also wear a couple of other hats ... like Assistant Program and Music Director. What that basically means, is that I've had something to do with anything you hear on Fresh 100's airwaves. So if there's something you'd like to hear or NOT hear - please let me know! You can call me at 313-298-1003.
I’m proud to be a Michigander! I love our beautiful seasons, the sincerity and determination of our natives, the hometown-feel of our neighborhood businesses. I grew up listening to
I'm presently Fresh 100's Assistant Program and Music Director. Besides my on-air shift Monday through Friday from 10am to 2pm, I also can be heard on various commercials on radio stations in metro
Outside of the station, I enjoy spending time with my family making memories that will last a lifetime. You might find us on the infield at a Nascar race or Willowrun airshow, at a charity walk, horsebackriding or spending the day at a Metropark. We’re huge animal lovers and readily adopt elderly pets to love and spoil.
I’m truly thankful for the opportunity I’m allowed every day to play great music and share stories about our fabulous communities. Thanks for being a part of our Fresh 100 radio family!
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This Memorial Day weekend, May 25-27, Cedar Point is paying a special tribute to men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces with free admission for all active, retired and honorably-discharged members of the military with valid ID. Additional tickets for immediate family members may be purchased at the gate for $39.99 each.
Also this holiday weekend, families can cool off at Soak City Waterpark, which opens for the season this Saturday, or enjoy Picnic at the Point, an all-you-can eat buffet from 4-6 p.m. Sunday and Monday in Cedar Point’s Coral Courtyard. Tickets may be purchased online at any admissions booth.
From Fox 2 News:
Please see below if you'd like to help after a monstrous tornado at least a half-mile wide roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with winds up to 200 mph.
At least 51 people were killed, including at least 20 children, and officials said the death toll was expected to rise.
The storm laid waste to scores of buildings in Moore, a community of 41,000 people about 10 miles south of the city. Block after block lay in ruins. Homes were crushed into piles of broken wood. Cars and trucks were left crumpled on the roadside.
The National Weather Service issued an initial finding that the tornado was an EF-4 on the enhanced Fujita scale, the second most-powerful type of twister.
More than 120 people were being treated at hospitals, including about 50 children. Search-and-rescue efforts were to continue through Tuesday morning.
If you'd like to help rescue and relief efforts, use the information below:
Back in southeast Michigan, a disaster relief team known as Draw Buckets plans to head to Oklahoma City this week to help search and rescue efforts and provide buckets filled with repair materials, cleaning supplies, toiletries, bedding and much more. If you'd like to fill a bucket of your own, log on to drawbuckets.org.
The Red Cross is asking those interested in donating to relief efforts to text REDCROSS to 90999 or log on to RedCross.org.
Donate online at donate.salvationarmyusa.org or text STORM to 80888 to contribute $10 to the Salvation Army's relief efforts or make a donation via phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY.
This Los Angeles-based international relief agency provides emergency aid where needed to community-based health organizations. Donate online at www.opusa.org, by phone at 1.800.678.7255 or, by check made out to Operation USA, 7421 Beverly Blvd., PH, Los Angeles, CA 90036. Text AID to 50555 and donate $10 to Operation USA's disaster relief efforts.
So many places to enjoy the unofficial kick-off to summer with the family.
There's Clark Park in Detroit. Shain Park in Birmingham, Cass Benton Park of Northville, Stoney Creek in Shelby Township, Kellogg Park in Plymouth among others.
And don't forget about our Metro Parks! Find one near you ON THIS LINK
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