Friday, June 29th

-Monday is the deadline to register to vote in the July 31st Georgia primaries. More Information

Thursday, June 28th

-Some new name possibilities have emerged for Augusta's new university. Read more

-Greg Wilson from the Greater Augusta Fellowship of Christian Athletes told us that 117 young men accepted Christ over the last month at their 7 on 7 high school football passing camps. You can find out more about the group at

Coming up Friday: Bob Waliszewski from the Plugged In Movie Review will give us the family perspective on People Like Us.

Simple Cooking - Country Sausage Pie

2 regular size unbaked pie shells
1 package bulk sausage
2 cups mozzarella cheese
5 eggs
3/4 cup canned cream
Salt and pepper

Bake the empty pie shells for 8 minutes at 350. Pull them out of them oven.
Crumble and cook the sausage. Let it cool and then mix it with the cheese.
Separately, mix the eggs and cream together. Add a little salt and pepper.
Then, pour the sausage and cheese mixture into the pie shells.
Pour the egg mixture on top of the sausage and cheese.
Bake at 350 for 40 minutes.

You can add bell pepper, onion or anything you like in an omelet.

Submitted by Joanne Spires of North Augusta (who works in the 88.3 WAFJ office). If you have a quick and easy recipe to share, please send it to You'll get a thank-you gift if we use your recipe.

Wednesday, June 27th

-Career Expo tomorrow at Augusta State University: Information

-Coming up Thursday: We'll chat with Greg Wilson, director of the Greater Augusta Fellowship of Christian Athletes. They've had some exciting things happen with a summer clinic that just ended. Also, we'll share highlights from the latest VBS Express stop at Fort Creek Baptist Church in Dearing.

Tuesday, June 26th

-Sarah Hill of Augusta joined Cleve's Coffee Club this morning. You could be next! Sign up to be considered here.

-Monday, July 2nd is the last day to register to vote in Georgia's state primaries on July 31st. Voter registration information

-The Run for Aimee (Copeland) on Saturday at Savannah Rapids is filled to capacity with runners. You can still show up to participate in the silent auction. Proceeds are going to help buy prosthetic limbs for Aimee.

-Could Augusta's new university be named Georgia A&M? The idea is catching on in The Augusta Chronicle's poll. Read more

-Coming up Wednesday: John will tell about walking in on a surprise with one of his kids, and we'll get a quick and easy recipe for Country Sausage Pie in Simple Cooking at 8:10.

Monday, June 25th

-Monday Morning Mindbender
Q: Nearly 50% of newly married women have gone online during their wedding reception to do what?
A: Change their Facebook status to "married"

-Cheapie of the Week
Margie Burke of Washington figured out that the Cheapie of the Week is Reach Total Care Dental Floss. Walgreens has it through Saturday for $2.99. You'll get $2 back in Register Rewards for a future purchase, so it's like getting the floss for $.99 plus tax.