Focus on the Family plans to air a "Celebration of Life" ad during the Super Bowl featuring Tim Tebow and his mom, Pam. CBS is under fire from radical groups who say the ad is offensive, even though they have not seen it. Please let CBS know you support their decision to air Focus on the Family's ad. Visit the CBS feedback form, select the category of "Other - Not Listed" and please be very kind and appreciative to CBS for allowing Focus on the Family's ad.
Posted by John Bryant at 6:08 AM
Mike Donahee, the lead singer for Tenth Avenue North, will join us Thursday morning at 7:10 and 8:40. They are part of Winter Jam on Thursday, February 11th at the James Brown Arena in Augusta. You'll have a chance to win some passes to the event and a Tenth Avenue North CD.
Posted by John Bryant at 11:08 AM
A couple of months ago on the show, we chatted with Brianna Murphy, a senior at Lakeside High School, who was collecting used prom dresses for her senior project. She has collected over 400 dresses and is looking for girls who need a dress but can't afford one. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Posted by John Bryant at 1:03 PM
Tuesday morning at 7:10, we'll check in with Millie from the Family Y to see how well Augusta did after the first full week of Team Lean. Over 1,700 people across the CSRA are participating this year, including many 88.3 WAFJ listeners. Even if you're not participating in Team Lean, Millie will tell us about a special class you can attend this week to help with your weight loss goals.
Posted by John Bryant at 12:45 PM
Erica Barnes of North Augusta correctly guessed that the Cheapie of the Week is Quaker Instant Oatmeal. Bi-Lo has it on sale for $2 a box through Tuesday (1/26). Use the printable $1 off coupon to get one box for $1 plus tax. Thanks to Sonya Earnest of Martinez for letting us know that this deal is actually $.06 cheaper at Publix through Tuesday. Since Publix is not located in some parts of the listening area, the Bi-Lo deal is a good one too.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:38 AM