Joining me in studio today will be John Yazwinski, President and CEO of Father Bill’s and MainSpring. He’ll tell us about the 17th annual Food Fest and Auction coming up July 26th at the Ocean Club Marina Bay in Quincy. Father Bill’s & MainSpring is dedicated to ending homelessness in our community. Listen in to see how you can help.
WATD and Community Values Magazine are teaming up to give you local area restaurant gift certificates. Today I have a $25 certificate to Tsang’s Village Cafe on Rte 53 in Hanover. Chinese and Pan-Asian cuisine! Yumm!
Montilio’s Office Cake Break comes up at 3:30 every Wednesday afternoon. Have you registered your office to win a delicious Montilio’s Cake for your office yet? You can do it by logging on to our WATD website. Think how grateful your fellow employees will be for a scrumptious cake break!
If you want to attend the WATD/Brockton Rox Family Picnic you can still buy tickets on our website for $20 each. How does all you can eat hamburgers, hot dogs, bbq’d chicken breasts, corn on the cob, potato salad, coleslaw, cookies, brownies and watermelon sound to ya? Better get on this!
Tonight’s Classic Track song is inspired by a toothpaste commercial. Every weekday afternoon at 5:30 I play a classic track from yesteryear and share some fun facts about it. Listen in today to see what the song is.
I now have specific printed instructions on how to properly adjust my office chair. I am going to attempt to follow them to the letter today and see if for just once in all my years in radio I can get a chair that will be comfortable to sit in. This is no easy task. If you work in an office, I’m sure you’ve met people who have to have a certain chair at a certain height with a certain amount of cushioning,etc. Well, I’m one of those people. If the chair isn’t right, I’ll squirm like a kid in a church pew waiting for the serivce to be over. (“Can we go now?). Think about it. For most of us, cheek hits chair for about 7 or so hours a day. I’m not proud of it but that’s the fact. We’re all going to have “S” shaped spines by the time we retire and that means the only thing we’ll be able to see is our shoes. (And by then we’ll be restricted to COMFORTABLE shoes)! I will not go quietly into curvature of the spine! I’ve been told to stand up straight my whole life but I wouldn’t listen. I’m listening now. I’ll let you know how Chair Adjustment 101 goes.
“Old age is an excellent time for outrage. My goal is to say or do at least one outrageous thing every week.” – Activist Maggie Kuhn