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Re: ReZoomunion?

Cathy Christovich
 

My Zoom calendar already lists Sunday, 10:00 am and Thursday 6:00 pm, but aside from those times, I'm in.

Cathy Wills Christovich '70-'71

Re: ReZoomunion?

Clint Estes
 

Any day or time would be great

           Clint


-----Original Message-----
From: Ross Hunter via groups.io <jrhunter3@...>
To: WJMA <WJMA@groups.io>
Sent: Tue, May 19, 2020 8:44 am
Subject: Re: [WJMA] ReZoomunion?

Great. Chet Burgess has offered to set up the Zoom meeting.

Suggestions for a day and time? morning, afternoon, evening. I don’t recall where everyone is, but I think most are in the Eastern or Central time zones.

Ross
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On May 19, 2020, at 8:27 AM, Gary & Jane Gardner <gardner15@...> wrote:

Gary and I say that would be fun! Jane

Sent from my Verizon Motorola Droid
On May 19, 2020 8:02 AM, Chet Burgess <chet@...> wrote:
You bet!

Chet

From: WJMA@groups.io <WJMA@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ross Hunter via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:52 AM
To: WJMA <WJMA@groups.io>
Subject: [WJMA] ReZoomunion?

Would there be any interest here in having a Zoom meeting?

Ross
71-86

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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm




On Jan 22, 2020, at 12:36 PM, Tom Osina via Groups.Io <managementoption@...> wrote:

A giant swizzle stick? For large drinks?

Tom

In a message dated 1/21/2020 5:47:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, jrhunter3@... writes:

First is a promotional item from the early years of WJMA: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_28.html



Re: ReZoomunion?

Ross Hunter
 

Great. Chet Burgess has offered to set up the Zoom meeting.

Suggestions for a day and time? morning, afternoon, evening. I don’t recall where everyone is, but I think most are in the Eastern or Central time zones.

Ross
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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On May 19, 2020, at 8:27 AM, Gary & Jane Gardner <gardner15@...> wrote:

Gary and I say that would be fun! Jane

Sent from my Verizon Motorola Droid
On May 19, 2020 8:02 AM, Chet Burgess <chet@...> wrote:

You bet!


Chet


From: WJMA@groups.io <WJMA@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ross Hunter via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:52 AM
To: WJMA <WJMA@groups.io>
Subject: [WJMA] ReZoomunion?


Would there be any interest here in having a Zoom meeting?


Ross

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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09

AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm





On Jan 22, 2020, at 12:36 PM, Tom Osina via Groups.Io <managementoption@...> wrote:


A giant swizzle stick? For large drinks?


Tom


In a message dated 1/21/2020 5:47:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, jrhunter3@... writes:


First is a promotional item from the early years of WJMA: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_28.html




Re: ReZoomunion?

Gary & Jane Gardner
 

Gary and I say that would be fun! Jane

Sent from my Verizon Motorola Droid

On May 19, 2020 8:02 AM, Chet Burgess <chet@...> wrote:

You bet!

Chet

From: WJMA@groups.io <WJMA@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ross Hunter via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:52 AM
To: WJMA <WJMA@groups.io>
Subject: [WJMA] ReZoomunion?

Would there be any interest here in having a Zoom meeting?

Ross

71-86

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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09

AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Jan 22, 2020, at 12:36 PM, Tom Osina via Groups.Io <managementoption@...> wrote:

A giant swizzle stick? For large drinks?

Tom

In a message dated 1/21/2020 5:47:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, jrhunter3@... writes:

First is a promotional item from the early years of WJMA: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_28.html

Re: ReZoomunion?

Chet Burgess
 

You bet!

 

Chet

 

From: WJMA@groups.io <WJMA@groups.io> On Behalf Of Ross Hunter via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 7:52 AM
To: WJMA <WJMA@groups.io>
Subject: [WJMA] ReZoomunion?

 

Would there be any interest here in having a Zoom meeting?

 

Ross

71-86

 

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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09

AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm

 

 



On Jan 22, 2020, at 12:36 PM, Tom Osina via Groups.Io <managementoption@...> wrote:

 

A giant swizzle stick?  For large drinks?

 

Tom

 

In a message dated 1/21/2020 5:47:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, jrhunter3@... writes:

 

First is a promotional item from the early years of WJMA: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_28.html

 

ReZoomunion?

Ross Hunter
 

Would there be any interest here in having a Zoom meeting?

Ross
71-86

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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Jan 22, 2020, at 12:36 PM, Tom Osina via Groups.Io <managementoption@...> wrote:

A giant swizzle stick?  For large drinks?

Tom

In a message dated 1/21/2020 5:47:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, jrhunter3@... writes:

First is a promotional item from the early years of WJMA: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_28.html

Jim Lehrer

Ross Hunter
 

You may have seen that Jim Lehrer, who began along with Robert MacNeil, the program that became the PBS News Hour died on Jan 23. https://www.pbs.org/newshour/nation/remembering-jim-lehrer

Knowing that WJMA Alum Cathy Wills Christovich once worked at WETA where the program originated, I asked her if she worked with Lehrer. Below is her answer.

Ross
71-86 
======================

Yes,  I worked for The NewsHour from about 1980 until sometime in the Fall of 1987.  I was a videotape editor and my assignments were of both the quick-and-dirty variety and extended pieces on a particular subject.  I worked with Charles Krause and his producer Susan Mills on several stories about Nicaragua and the Communist insurgency there.

I remember Jim Lehrer more as a presence than as someone I knew and talked to.  He functioned as a managing editor, all the producers and reporters 'pitched' their story ideas at a daily meeting.  Although most of my interactions with him were along the lines of a greeting in the hallway, I do remember some moments.  Jim was recovering from his heart attack and under strict instructions to take a half-hour nap every afternoon and to carefully control his diet.  Came the day when we were all working late on a 'turnaround,' revising and re-feeding the show to meet the West Coast's need for an update.  Between 7:00 and 9:00 EST someone always ordered food for anyone who had to stick around, and this time it was from Popeye's.  Jim dug in with the rest of us, and when he had eaten he said, 'If anyone asks, I had a turkey sandwich.'

I know he was a stickler for accuracy and for getting it right.  I don't recall the program ever having to correct an error or apologize for a screw-up.  Accuracy and dare-I-say-it truth were important and given honor and respect.  Both Robin and Jim were the leaders and exemplars of that attitude.  Would that it were still that way.

Cathy

Re: 2 new photos

Tom Osina
 

A giant swizzle stick?  For large drinks?

Tom

In a message dated 1/21/2020 5:47:08 PM Eastern Standard Time, jrhunter3@... writes:

First is a promotional item from the early years of WJMA: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_28.html

2 new photos

Ross Hunter
 

I’ve had these items for over a year, but was not able to find the time to photograph and upload the pictures.

First is a promotional item from the early years of WJMA: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_28.html

And something Ann Harrison found in Arch’s safe deposit box: http://www.wjma.radiohistory.net/WJMA%20photos/WJMA%20promo%20items/pages/page_29.html

Ross
71-86

Re: when radio was fun

Les Myers
 

Ohhh yeah!
 
This brings up a search for silly things we used to do on and off the air. I can't remember any of them, but I WAS trying to remember the polka dot bikini title last week. As Shelley Berman said once, "We ALL want to go back..."

-----Original Message-----
From: jrhunter3@...
Sent: Sat, 11 Jan 2020 15:34:53 -0500
To: wjma@groups.io
Subject: [WJMA] when radio was fun

I saw this post and response on Facebook and thought it was worth passing along…from back in the day when radio was fun.

Ross
71-86
………….

In 1972 I was doing the 7 to midnight shift and all 3 Rock stations played oldies a couple times an hour, so I had this bright idea. Since I knew the jocks at WKAZ and WCHS, I called them up and told them of my brilliant plan: Let's all play the exact same song at the exact same time, AND it had the be a really BAD song, like "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini". So this we did. We planned our records, spots, and talk... to each start that record at the exact second. Can you imagine what the listeners thought as they furiously pushed their car radio buttons in an attempt to get away from that song? We did that a couple more times and got away with it, but on the 4th try, we (I) was busted. Called into the managers office and all hell broke loose. Surprisingly, I wasn't fired.... then. 
——————
Same thing happened in Detroit when the overnight jock conference call network decided "MacArthur Park" was the song they all could play. So at a designated time five Detroit radio stations left the cake out in the rain. 

when radio was fun

Ross Hunter
 

I saw this post and response on Facebook and thought it was worth passing along…from back in the day when radio was fun.

Ross
71-86
………….

In 1972 I was doing the 7 to midnight shift and all 3 Rock stations played oldies a couple times an hour, so I had this bright idea. Since I knew the jocks at WKAZ and WCHS, I called them up and told them of my brilliant plan: Let's all play the exact same song at the exact same time, AND it had the be a really BAD song, like "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini". So this we did. We planned our records, spots, and talk... to each start that record at the exact second. Can you imagine what the listeners thought as they furiously pushed their car radio buttons in an attempt to get away from that song? We did that a couple more times and got away with it, but on the 4th try, we (I) was busted. Called into the managers office and all hell broke loose. Surprisingly, I wasn't fired.... then. 
——————
Same thing happened in Detroit when the overnight jock conference call network decided "MacArthur Park" was the song they all could play. So at a designated time five Detroit radio stations left the cake out in the rain. 

Re: PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

Alex Formwalt
 

The money or life comic routine was Jack Benny's creation, built upon his self-styled reputation as being cheap. Still funny.



Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Note5, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

-------- Original message --------
From: Les Myers <baroque@...>
Date: 1/7/20 19:54 (GMT-05:00)
To: wjma@groups.io
Subject: Re: [WJMA] PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

 "Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!"). I thought he said "Your money or your wife," but why quibble?


-----Original Message-----
From: annrharrison@...
Sent: Tue, 7 Jan 2020 11:30:31 -0500
To: wjma@groups.io
Subject: Re: [WJMA] PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

I certainly remember the phrase "The American... Comic"! I feel that I can almost remember the boxes that held the recordings: a whole set of 'em.

(But I haven't had luck Googling the phrase, either, Ross.)

Ann Harrison
(Miss Priority Message)

On Tue, Jan 7, 2020 at 9:04 AM Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
Chap,

I don’t recall these PSAs. I haven’t had any luck with Google. There are too many hits near my search terms. Perhaps someone with better Google skills can find something.

Ross
71-86
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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Jan 6, 2020, at 11:56 AM, Chap Harrison via Groups.Io <chap.harrison@...> wrote:

I've been trying to remember the details of a PSA that was played during the late '60s / early '70s. I believe it was part of a group of PSAs celebrating American excellence.

It began with a series of audio clips of American standup comedians (Abbot & Costello, Jack Benny, etc.) delivering their signature boffo jokes and one-liners. ("Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!").

This was followed by a sepulchral male voice that began "The - American - Comic," and went on to eulogize these artists in deep, ponderous tones. The incongruity used to crack up me and my sibs, and I even remember our father responding to some silly wisecrack one of us made by murmuring "The American Comic..."

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Chap Harrison



Re: PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

Alex Formwalt
 

The money or life comic routine was Jack Benny's creation, built upon his self-styled reputation as being cheap. Still funny.



Sent via the Samsung Galaxy Note5, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone

-------- Original message --------
From: Les Myers <baroque@...>
Date: 1/7/20 19:54 (GMT-05:00)
To: wjma@groups.io
Subject: Re: [WJMA] PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

 "Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!"). I thought he said "Your money or your wife," but why quibble?


-----Original Message-----
From: annrharrison@...
Sent: Tue, 7 Jan 2020 11:30:31 -0500
To: wjma@groups.io
Subject: Re: [WJMA] PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

I certainly remember the phrase "The American... Comic"! I feel that I can almost remember the boxes that held the recordings: a whole set of 'em.

(But I haven't had luck Googling the phrase, either, Ross.)

Ann Harrison
(Miss Priority Message)

On Tue, Jan 7, 2020 at 9:04 AM Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
Chap,

I don’t recall these PSAs. I haven’t had any luck with Google. There are too many hits near my search terms. Perhaps someone with better Google skills can find something.

Ross
71-86
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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Jan 6, 2020, at 11:56 AM, Chap Harrison via Groups.Io <chap.harrison@...> wrote:

I've been trying to remember the details of a PSA that was played during the late '60s / early '70s. I believe it was part of a group of PSAs celebrating American excellence.

It began with a series of audio clips of American standup comedians (Abbot & Costello, Jack Benny, etc.) delivering their signature boffo jokes and one-liners. ("Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!").

This was followed by a sepulchral male voice that began "The - American - Comic," and went on to eulogize these artists in deep, ponderous tones. The incongruity used to crack up me and my sibs, and I even remember our father responding to some silly wisecrack one of us made by murmuring "The American Comic..."

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Chap Harrison



Re: PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

Les Myers
 

 "Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!"). I thought he said "Your money or your wife," but why quibble?


-----Original Message-----
From: annrharrison@...
Sent: Tue, 7 Jan 2020 11:30:31 -0500
To: wjma@groups.io
Subject: Re: [WJMA] PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

I certainly remember the phrase "The American... Comic"! I feel that I can almost remember the boxes that held the recordings: a whole set of 'em.

(But I haven't had luck Googling the phrase, either, Ross.)

Ann Harrison
(Miss Priority Message)

On Tue, Jan 7, 2020 at 9:04 AM Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
Chap,

I don’t recall these PSAs. I haven’t had any luck with Google. There are too many hits near my search terms. Perhaps someone with better Google skills can find something.

Ross
71-86
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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Jan 6, 2020, at 11:56 AM, Chap Harrison via Groups.Io <chap.harrison@...> wrote:

I've been trying to remember the details of a PSA that was played during the late '60s / early '70s. I believe it was part of a group of PSAs celebrating American excellence.

It began with a series of audio clips of American standup comedians (Abbot & Costello, Jack Benny, etc.) delivering their signature boffo jokes and one-liners. ("Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!").

This was followed by a sepulchral male voice that began "The - American - Comic," and went on to eulogize these artists in deep, ponderous tones. The incongruity used to crack up me and my sibs, and I even remember our father responding to some silly wisecrack one of us made by murmuring "The American Comic..."

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Chap Harrison



Re: PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

Ann Harrison Walker
 

I certainly remember the phrase "The American... Comic"! I feel that I can almost remember the boxes that held the recordings: a whole set of 'em.

(But I haven't had luck Googling the phrase, either, Ross.)

Ann Harrison
(Miss Priority Message)

On Tue, Jan 7, 2020 at 9:04 AM Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
Chap,

I don’t recall these PSAs. I haven’t had any luck with Google. There are too many hits near my search terms. Perhaps someone with better Google skills can find something.

Ross
71-86
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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Jan 6, 2020, at 11:56 AM, Chap Harrison via Groups.Io <chap.harrison@...> wrote:

I've been trying to remember the details of a PSA that was played during the late '60s / early '70s. I believe it was part of a group of PSAs celebrating American excellence.

It began with a series of audio clips of American standup comedians (Abbot & Costello, Jack Benny, etc.) delivering their signature boffo jokes and one-liners. ("Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!").

This was followed by a sepulchral male voice that began "The - American - Comic," and went on to eulogize these artists in deep, ponderous tones. The incongruity used to crack up me and my sibs, and I even remember our father responding to some silly wisecrack one of us made by murmuring "The American Comic..."

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Chap Harrison



Re: PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

Ross Hunter
 

Chap,

I don’t recall these PSAs. I haven’t had any luck with Google. There are too many hits near my search terms. Perhaps someone with better Google skills can find something.

Ross
71-86
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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Jan 6, 2020, at 11:56 AM, Chap Harrison via Groups.Io <chap.harrison@...> wrote:

I've been trying to remember the details of a PSA that was played during the late '60s / early '70s. I believe it was part of a group of PSAs celebrating American excellence.

It began with a series of audio clips of American standup comedians (Abbot & Costello, Jack Benny, etc.) delivering their signature boffo jokes and one-liners. ("Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!").

This was followed by a sepulchral male voice that began "The - American - Comic," and went on to eulogize these artists in deep, ponderous tones. The incongruity used to crack up me and my sibs, and I even remember our father responding to some silly wisecrack one of us made by murmuring "The American Comic..."

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Chap Harrison



PSA - "The American Comic" - 1960/70s

Chap Harrison
 

I've been trying to remember the details of a PSA that was played during the late '60s / early '70s. I believe it was part of a group of PSAs celebrating American excellence.

It began with a series of audio clips of American standup comedians (Abbot & Costello, Jack Benny, etc.) delivering their signature boffo jokes and one-liners. ("Look, bud - your money or your life." "I'm thinking it over!").

This was followed by a sepulchral male voice that began "The - American - Comic," and went on to eulogize these artists in deep, ponderous tones. The incongruity used to crack up me and my sibs, and I even remember our father responding to some silly wisecrack one of us made by murmuring "The American Comic..."

Does this ring a bell for anyone?

Chap Harrison

Re: a documentary for your consideration

Clint Estes
 

Ross,
     I just watched it about 2 weeks ago and found it heard to stop watching despite the length and my limited time.
     How Davis matched song and talent was amazing.
                      Clint

Sent from AOL Mobile Mail




On Sunday, November 3, 2019 Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <WJMA@groups.io> wrote:

I watched a documentary the other day that you might enjoy if you like music from the 60s to 2000s. “Clive Davis: The Sound Track of Our Lives” is on Netflix streaming.

It’s a bit too long at 2 hours 4 minutes, but it has some interesting stories to tell and you’ll impressed at Davis’ ability to spot a hit record…rock, R&B, jazz, pop, country, hip hop, and more.

Ross
71-86

a documentary for your consideration

Ross Hunter
 

I watched a documentary the other day that you might enjoy if you like music from the 60s to 2000s. “Clive Davis: The Sound Track of Our Lives” is on Netflix streaming.

It’s a bit too long at 2 hours 4 minutes, but it has some interesting stories to tell and you’ll impressed at Davis’ ability to spot a hit record…rock, R&B, jazz, pop, country, hip hop, and more.

Ross
71-86

Re: WJMA 70th party

Barbara Potter-Drinkwater
 

So sorry to miss this! You all look great! 
Barbara (Potter) Drinkwater


On Sep 21, 2019, at 3:39 PM, Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3@...> wrote:

Ten alums and spouses made it to the WJMA party on the 19th. It was nice to see many of the old group again. The attendance was kind of thin from the community. Apparently there were competing events for the Chamber of Commerce. Here’s a picture. I have some others that I’ll eventually get on the web site. I’ll post a link when they’re ready.

Ross

<WJMA Alums Sept 2019.jpeg>

front row l-r: Phil Goodwin, Mary Thompson, Lillian Goodwin, Mary Ann Cowherd, Carol Hunter
back row l-r: Phil Audibert, JD Slade, Mark Johnson, Ross Hunter, Lennie Cowherd
photo by Bryan Hargett
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AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Sep 12, 2019, at 7:38 PM, Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3@...> wrote:

Thanks, I’ll put you on the list. It would be great to see you again.

Ross


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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Sep 12, 2019, at 5:26 PM, Jimmy Hoeflinger via Groups.Io <jimmyhoefer@...> wrote:

Hey Ross

You probably don't remember me, but we worked together briefly [though only for a week or two]. 

I think I was the only remaining Hurlebus employee still in place when Piedmont took control of the station.

They had me stay, but only briefly as the new broom swept the place clean and sent me out the door.

I'm still not sure if I can make it on the 12th, but I'm going to try.

So I thought I'd better speak up at this late date.  Better safe than sorry.  

btw....I may bring a friend with me.


J. Hoeflinger [WJMA nom de aire was Jimmy Hoefer]


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On Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 11:16:23 AM EDT, Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3@...> wrote:


The WJMA anniversary party (details below) is quickly approaching. 

If you plan to be there, please let me know by the 12th so I can give a list to the station. Thus far I have 2 “yes” and 2 “maybe”. I’m trying to arrange my schedule to be there. I should know in a couple of days. 

Thanks,

Ross
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My YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1CiSk09
AHHA Productions YouTube channel: http://bit.ly/1GSqtXm



On Aug 14, 2019, at 2:37 PM, Ross Hunter via Groups.Io <jrhunter3@...> wrote:

See below for a message from Kevin Dalton, GM at WJMA. If you plan to attend, post here and I’ll keep a head count for him. 

Ross
71-86
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Hey Ross,
 
Yes, we have a BIG duel-Chamber of Commerce 70th Anniversary event (Culpeper and Orange chambers) planned for Thursday evening  9/19 at 5PM until 7PM, taking place at the Carver Tech Center on Rt 15 half way between Orange and Culpeper. Food, drink, lots of people from all over central VA! 
 
You, and all WJMA alums for that matter, are more than welcome to attend! I will just need a head count a week or so prior for the catering plans Just let them know and me know!
 
Email or call me with any questions, Ross.
 
Kevin 
 
 
 
Kevin Dalton
General Manager
Piedmont Communications, Inc.
kdalton@... l 540-672-1000