Morning Show Notes - Friday, March 11th

-If you're in need of a seasonal job, the Augusta Greenjackets will be looking for folks to fill various positions during a job fair on Saturday from 10 AM to 12 PM at Lake Olmstead Stadium. You can also audition to sing the National Anthem during those hours. Read more

-Your church choir could be featured at this year's Dove Awards. Click here to find out how

-Our movie guy, Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family, gave Mars Needs Moms a 5 out of 5 for family friendliness! That's playing this weekend, along with The Grace Card, at Augusta's Regal 20.

-A Newsboys song from several years back, "City to City", will be featured in the trailer for Cars 2 and in the movie itself.

-The Harlem Globetrotters are in town tonight at 7:00 at the James Brown Arena. There's a coupon for $7 off tickets in today's Augusta Chronicle.

-Coming up Monday: It's Tax Week on the morning show. James Bradley from David Womack and Company CPA will give us daily tax tips at 8:40 AM. Also, you could win an Anita Renfroe DVD and Michael W. Smith CD with the Monday Morning Mindbender at 6:10 and the Cheapie of the Week at 7:40.

Morning Show Notes - Thursday, March 10th

-Free Dessert at Starbucks: Today through Saturday are Tribute Days at Starbucks, as they celebrate their 40th anniversary. When you buy a beverage, you can get one of their new "petites" for free. These snacks are great for dieters because they have 200 calories or less, and they look delicious! Read more

-Jason and Chris from 33Miles are visiting radio stations this week. They stopped by to visit with John and Cleve and give a live performance of "Arms That Hold the Universe."
Listen: Part 1  Part 2

-Twelve-year old Ziana Gabriella made us laugh this morning and picked up some VIP tickets for her and her mom to the sold-out Girls Night Out show this Saturday in Aiken. Listen to her homemade joke

-Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday and it can really mess with your body, more than you might think. Read more

-Our Augusta Riverhawks have made it into the SPHL playoffs in their inaugural year! Tickets go on sale on Monday. There's still some time to catch them in regular season play at the James Brown Arena with 4 home games remaining.

-Ted Williams, the golden-voiced homeless man, says he did "too much, too fast" after all of the media attention his story received. It sent him back to his old ways and into rehab. Now, Ted is spending time reconnecting with Jesus. Watch the Today show interview

-Save money on clothes, so that you afford to pay for gas! Check out the Trinity on the Hill Consignment Sale, that starts tomorrow. It's a big one!

-Coming up Friday: Our movie guy, Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family, will tell about Mars Needs Moms at 7:10 AM. At 8:00, you'll have one last shot to make us laugh with your best joke and win VIP tickets to Girls Night Out with Anita Renfroe and Mandisa.

Simple Cooking - Crockpot Tenderloin Tips

1 lb. tenderloin tips

1 can mushroom soup

1 pkg. onion soup mix

1/2 c. water

Egg Noodles or rice

Combine ingredients in crock pot. Cook on low for 6-8 hours. Serve over noodles or rice cooked separately.

Submitted by Jeremy Beck of Aiken.
If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, please send it to and include a daytime phone number. You'll get a thank-you gift if we use your recipe.

Morning Show Notes - Wednesday, March 9th

-The official trailer for Courageous, the latest movie from the makers of Facing the Giants and Fireproof, is now available online at You'll have to wait a while to see it, though. Courageous opens on September 30th nationwide.

-Wanda Weeks made us laugh this morning with a fast food joke. She'll be sitting in the VIP section at Girls Night Out with Anita Renfroe and Mandisa. Listen to the joke

-Charlie Sheen has been in the headlines lately for his bizarre behavior. While he's been the butt of many jokes, we see him as a man in need of a Savior, just like all of us. With Charlie in mind, we talked about what you do when a loved one is self-destructing before your eyes. Join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.

-While a lot of us are upset about gas prices, John is more concerned about his safety at the gas pump. Lately, he's seen a lady pumping gas with her car still running and two different guys smoking near the gas pump. Signs prohibiting this are clearly posted at the pumps. He's had to bite his tongue to keep from saying anything, although in one instance he did rat out a smoker to the gas station attendant. Betsy believes the signs are merely suggestions. Listen

-Jeremy Beck of Aiken shared his quick and easy recipe for Crockpot Tenderloin Tips this morning in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve. You'll find it in the post above this one.

-Coming up Thursday: Join us for an in-studio visit with 33Miles between 7 and 7:30 AM. Plus, your next chance to make us laugh for VIP tickets to Girls Night Out happens at 7:30 AM.

Morning Show Notes - Tuesday, March 8th

-She's an island unto herself, at least for the moment. Tonya Bonitatibus, executive director of The Savannah Riverkeeper, is still hanging out in the middle of the river until her organizations' membership goal is met. The good news is they're halfway there. Read more

-Shirley Toth of North Augusta is the newest member of Cleve's Coffee Club. Her love for coffee led her to do some research that has left John unconvinced. Listen

-Sherry Fralix of Aiken picked up the VIP tickets to Girls Night Out this morning. Listen to her rabbit joke. Your next chance to make us laugh with your best joke and win tickets is Wednesday morning at 6:00.

-The new Veggie Tales "Twas the Night Before Easter" DVD is in stores today. The story features the voice of former American Idol finalist Melinda Doolittle starring as singing sensation Cassie Cassava, and it teaches kids the true meaning of Easter.

-Coming up Wednesday: Make John and Cleve laugh with your best joke at 6:00 AM for your chance to win VIP tickets to Girls Night Out with Anita Renfroe and Mandisa. Also, we've seen all the headlines involving Charlie Sheen's bizarre behavior. At 7:10, we'll talk about what to do when you see a loved one self-destructing. Then at 8:10, Jeremy Beck of Aiken shares his quick and easy recipe for Crockpot Tenderloin Tips in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve.

Morning Show Notes - Monday, March 7th

-Monday Morning Mindbender
Q: This is National Cereal Day, celebrating the invention of which variety of cereal?
A: Kellogg's Corn Flakes in 1897

-Cheapie of the Week
Angie Swiecki of Beech Island correctly guessed that it is Spot Shot Carpet Cleaner. Bi-Lo has it on sale through Tuesday as a "Buy 1, Get 1 Free" special. When you buy one, it rings up $2.41, and then when you use the printable $1 off coupon, you get it for $1.41 plus tax.

-Augusta Staffing, Aiken Staffing, and the Job Shop will present a Success Symposium tomorrow at the Doubletree Hotel in Augusta. There will be valuable resources available for job seekers, as well as a job fair. Read more

-The new show Secret Millionaire debuted on ABC last night. During each episode, a millionaire spends a week living in poverty to learn what life is like for the less fortunate. The millionaire forms relationships and looks for non-profits organizations and families that could benefit from their generosity. Last night's millionaire was Dani Johnson, who went from living on welfare at 17 to being a millionaire at 23. She has some neat ideas about giving, that apply no matter how much money you make. Read more

-The New Moon Cafe in Augusta and Aiken is offering Chocolate and Bacon Cookies. Read more about it from The Aiken Standard.

-Coming up Tuesday: We'll meet the newest member of Cleve's Coffee Club at 6:50 AM. Then, at 7:00, make us laugh with a joke, and we could be seating you in the VIP section at Girls Night Out with Anita Renfroe and Mandisa. Also, at 7:40, we'll talk to Joy Reid from The Job Shop about their Success Symposium designed to help the unemployed find work.