Morning Show Notes - Friday, July 8th

-Today is the last day to vote for the next Georgia license plateClick here to vote

-Living Social has a "Buy 1, Get 1 Free" Augusta GreenJackets ticket special today: Click here to get it

-Our movie guy, Bob Waliszewski from Focus on the Family, gave us his thoughts on the weekend's new movies. Bob said that Horrible Bosses (R) is not suitable for families or adults and that Zookeeper (PG) has some humor that may be inappropriate for kids. Check out the full reviews at

-Dr. Brian McKinnon from Georgia Health Sciences University joined us this morning to talk about swimmer's ear in kids. Listen to the conversation: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

-Aiken resident Brooke Beard Storey will be featured tonight at 9:30 and 11:30 on TLC's Say Yes to the Dress. Brooke's mom called us this morning to tell us that one of our own artists, Lindsay McCaul, was invited to sing at Brooke's wedding and will be seen on the show tonight. Read more

-Coming up Monday: You could win a pair of tickets to the Augusta Greenjackets play on Friday with the Monday Morning Mindbender at 6:10 and the Cheapie of the Week at 7:40.

Morning Show Notes - Thursday, July 7th

-In his effort to save some money, John bought imitation mozzarella cheese yesterday for a pasta dish he cooked and it tasted a bit gritty. Lesson learned: Don't buy anything that says "imitation."

-John's three-year old son, Evan, got $5 from his granny this weekend and it's burning a hole in his pocket. John and Amy are encouraging him to save it. How have you taught your kids to be responsible with money? Join the conversation on the 88.3 WAFJ Facebook page.

-Jenny Martin from is teaching a couponing workshop on Saturday, July 9th at Abilene Baptist Church in Augusta. The cost is $10 and you can learn A LOT about saving money! Click here to sign up

-John and Cleve have solved the mystery behind the strange postcard they received last week. It turns out that it was a promotion for the new song "Let It Start With Me" from No Other Name. Read more

-You could be the proud owner of an Augusta National Green Jacket owned by Bobby Jones, if you have a large sum of money to spare. Read more

-Augusta already has one, but now Aiken is getting a Fresh Market! Read more

-Coming up Friday: Bob Waliszewski of Focus on the Family has the family-friendly perspective on the new movie Zookeeper tomorrow morning at 7:10. Also, Dr. Brian McKinnon of Georgia Health Sciences University joins us between 7:30 and 8:00 to talk about swimmer's ear in your kids.

Simple Cooking - Simple Sweet Corn Casserole

One can Whole Kernel Corn (drained)
One can Cream Style Corn
8oz Sour Cream
1/2 c. or one stick butter, melted
One box Jiffy Cornbread mix

Mix all together & put it in sprayed 13x9 pan.

Bake @ 350 for 45 min.
Submitted by Stephanie Bell of Barnwell. 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, July 6th

-MAU Workforce Solutions is hosting a job fair today from 9 AM to 4 PM at the Hampton Inn on Jimmy Dyess Parkway in Augusta. They are looking to fill over 85 positions, many of which are industrial in nature. Read more

-Waynesboro is about to get a "cool" place to visit with the opening of a museum in the old ice plant. Read more

-Stephanie Bell of Barnwell provided our quick and easy recipe this morning for Simple Cooking. It is a corn casserole recipe that you'll find in the post above this one.

-Andy Braner joined us this morning to talk about his book An Expose on Teen Sex and Dating: What's Really Going On and How to Talk About It. Read more
Listen: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6

-Coming up Thursday: We'll talk about how you teach your kids to be responsible with money at 7:10. At 7:40, you'll hear about a coupon workshop this Saturday in Martinez. Then at 8:10, a mystery is solved for John and Cleve.

Morning Show Notes - Tuesday, July 5th

-Monday Morning Mindbender
Q: Kids under the age of 10 were asked: "What is the number one most difficult thing that mommy has to do?" What was the most popular answer?
A: Take care of daddy!

-Cleve's Coffee Club has a new member in David Trotter from Ward, SC. His daddy got him hooked on coffee as a young boy and he is sharing the habit with others. Listen

-Sara Oliver of North Augusta correctly guessed that the Cheapie of the Week is Kool-Aid. Kroger has it on sale in the cannister for $1.29 through Saturday. Use the printable $1 off two coupon to get it for $.79 per cannister. If you buy an additional 8 items that are part of Kroger's Mega Sale, you get the Kool-Aid for $.49 each.

-Bryan and Denton from Brighton Entertainment joined us this morning to talk about their new documentary called "Graniteville: Past, Present and Future" that premieres this Saturday at the Imperial Theatre in Augusta. Listen: Part 1 Part 2

-Coming up Wednesday: At 7:10, we'll talk to author Andy Braner about a book he has written on teen dating. This conversation should be heard by every parent of a teenager. Also, at 8:10, Stephanie Bell of Barnwell gives us a quick and easy recipe for corn casserole in Simple Cooking with John and Cleve.