-If you've been down Walton Way Extension lately, you may have noticed they're clearing a piece of land across from Best Buy and Chick-fil-A. The word is from the folks at Buzz on Biz that it is going to be a new restaurant called Buffalo Wild Wings.
-MAU Workforce Solutions is hosting a job fair in Aiken on Tuesday to fill 50-60 positions at Newman Technology. Read more
http://www.weightwatchers.com/ joined us this morning to talk about "Saavy Secrets to a Healthy Summer." Listen: Part 1 Part 2
-Make sure you visit http://www.google.com/ today and play the guitar. Here's the story behind it.
-Coming up Friday: Bob Waliszewski from the Plugged In Movie Review joins us at 7:10 to talk about the weekend's new movies. Tauren Wells, lead singer for Royal Tailor, joins us at 6:10 and 7:40 to chat about his band and their debut CD out this week. In the 8 AM hour, a group of listeners will join us in studio for a behind the scenes experience called Backstage Pass Friday.
Posted by John Bryant at 1:06 PM
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 egg beaten (set aside in bowl)
3/4 cups Italian seasoned bread crumbs (set aside in bowl)
1 can (26oz) Hunts traditional spagetti sauce- (can use other brands)
1 cup (4oz) shredded Mozzarella cheeze
1/2 box-pasta of choice
Dip chicken in eggs, then bread crumbs. Bake at 400 degrees in a 13x9 baking dish for 15 minutes. Then pour sauce over chicken, top with cheeze. Bake for 15 minutes until chicken is done. Serve over pasta. recipe can be double.
Submitted by Kelly Sparks of Lincolton. If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, please send it to email@example.com. You'll get a thank-you gift if we use your recipe.
Posted by John Bryant at 8:10 AM
Part 1 Part 2
-You can save major dough on dinner with the website http://www.restaurant.com/. Several local restaurants have recently signed on to the program. John saved $21 at The Boll Weevil in Augusta last night by using these dining certificates. Use the code HEAT for 80% off the already discount certificate price to get $25 worth of food for $2.
-Father's Day gift ideas:
Today's Groupon: 50% off a round of golf at Mount Vintage Plantation and Golf Club in North Augusta
Augusta Chronicle Daily Deals: 9 different gifts, each at a hefty discount
-John and Cleve visited Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Evans this morning on the VBS Express. They'll share highlights tomorrow morning. Steve and Sue Swanson are visiting First Baptist Church of Evans tonight.
-Kelly Sparks of Lincolnton shared her quick and easy recipe for Chicken Parmesan in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve this morning. You can get the recipe in the post above this one.
-It's nice to hear about elected officials who realize our nation's great need for God. Texas Governor Rick Perry is one of them, but he is facing some heat. Read more
-Coming up Thursday: Theresa DiMasi of WeightWatchers.com joins John and Cleve at 7:40 to talk about Savvy Secrets to a Healthy Summer. At 8:10, we'll share highlights from our VBS Express stop at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Evans.
Posted by John Bryant at 6:57 AM
Cleve's Coffee Club. She wanted to be in the club because she agrees with Cleve on more than just coffee. Listen
-Focus on the Family has a great article on how to motivate your kids to clean up after themselves. Read it. Join the conversation about this on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.
-Steven Curtis Chapman has new project coming out this summer called re:creation, which features remakes of some classics along with new songs. Read more
-Coming up Wednesday: Carter Newman of the Augusta State Men's Golf Team will join us at 7:10 AM to talk about their back-to-back national championships. Kelly Sparks of Lincolnton shares her quick and easy recipe for Chicken Parmesean in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve at 8:10 AM.
Posted by John Bryant at 6:46 AM
Q: This part of a dog generates print that is just as unique as a human fingerprint. Which body part is it?
A: The nose
-John learned a lesson in patience in the Kroger checkout line this weekend. We talked about those "God, I get it!" moments in life. You can share yours on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.
-If you didn't read Bob and Anita Gordon's inspiring, faith-filled story in The Augusta Chronicle on Sunday, then you should. Read it
-Kim Sharpe of Louisville correctly guessed that the Cheapie of the Week is an Oral B Battery-Powered Toothbrush. Clip the $3 off coupon out of Sunday's newspaper and take it to either CVS or Rite Aid (through Saturday 6/11) to cash in. Use the store loyalty card and you'll get rewards on your receipt to use on your next purchase that essentially make this deal FREE (plus tax). *If the stores are out of stock, ask for a raincheck.
-Coming up Tuesday: Meet the newest member of Cleve's Coffee Club at 6:50 AM. Also, we talk about motivating your kids to clean up after themselves at 7:10.
Posted by John Bryant at 7:51 AM