PROJECT3MP is a project that reaches out to victims of human trafficking and addiction, and to “mobilize a shift in the anti-trafficking paradigm”. Linda Ogden (shown here with husband Dave), executive director and founder of PROJECT3MP, spoke to Matt Drzik on A.M. Beaver County about what inspired her to create this organization and what this project sets out to do. She also discussed of the upcoming gathering for the public set for May 27, to be held at the Little Red Meeting House on 8th Avenue in Beaver Falls, beginning at 9 AM. This event will feature training, testimonials, and open discussions on the subject of victimization in the addiction and trafficking community.
If you want to contact Linda about the event or volunteering with PROJECT3MP, you can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (724)-513-9924.
You can hear the full interview between Linda and Matt by clicking the links below.
Tune into Teleforum with Frank Sparks tomorrow morning on 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Frank will have open mic talk till 11:30 when Dogs on the Run in East Palestine Ohio will be bringing in some of their great hot dogs for Frank and the staff of Beaver County Radio to taste live on the air. Frank will also be streaming the segment via his personal Facebook page on Facebook Live.
Paul Buday was the winner of a four pack of tickets to the Pittsburgh Pirates and Washington Nationals game for Wednesday night May 17,2017. Beaver County Radio asked trivia questions on air to register listeners throughout last week and anyone who spun the Personality Prize Wheel at Senior Day at the mall and landed on the Pirates Logo was also registered to win. Tune into WBVP and WMBA for your chance to win tickets all season long. The Pirate Ticket Give away is being brought to you by Dogs on the Run in East Palestine and Center Exit Tire.
Beaver County Salvation Army officer Richard Lyle stopped by A.M. Beaver County to discuss this year’s Spring Gala held by the organization. This year’s event will be held at Seven Oaks Country Club, and will have an “Italian Holiday” theme to the fundraiser.
Matt and Richard also spoke about the ways to help volunteer with the Salvation Army, as well as Mr. Lyle’s contribution to the organization as an officer for 45 years. If you missed this informative interview, click below to hear the interview in full!
After a defensive struggle that lasted for more than 50 minutes, Evgeni Malkin found Phil Kessel to score the first goal of the game, and that held as the Penguins win 1-0 against the Ottawa Senators in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
With more details on what happened, what’s next, and words from Chris Kunitz, here’s Bruce Frey.
ELLWOOD CITY- On Tuesday afternoon, District 10 Representative Aaron Bernstine made a public announcement regarding legislation that he his proposing; legislation that would require local electric distributors to adhere to regulations that provide more cost-friendly rates to its users.
Bernstine was joined by several local representatives, including fellow Beaver County Representative Jim Christiana, and Ellwood City resident Karen Boyle, whose property was the location of the afternoon press conference.
Bernstine touted the legislation as a combination of bipartisanship and common sense:
Tune in to A.M. Beaver County tomorrow morning at 6:30 to hear more from the press conference held yesterday.
The Beaver County Office On Aging, in cooperation with the Beaver Valley Mall, is presenting Senior Day At The Mall on May 10 from 10:00 to Noon at the Beaver Valley Mall in Monaca.
Beaver County Radio will broadcast live from Senior Day, as Frank Sparks and Ed Hermick will have the prize wheel going, as well as on-air interviews.
Angela Gentile from the Office On Aging joined Matt Drzik for an in-depth interview on Monday morning about what will be going on at Senior Day. To hear this morning’s interview, click the play buttons below to hear it in FULL.
WBVP and WMBA in cooperation with Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center registered listeners to win a Family 4 pack of tickets to see Peter Pan Dancing thru Neverland this weekend. This is the final weekend of the show at Lincoln Park. The listeners called in answers to Peter Pan Trivia to register on both A.M. Beaver County and Teleforum on Friday May5, 2017. Pat Septak then announced the four winners of the tickets on the entertainment portion of the Noonday report. We would like to thank everyone who joined in on the fun of the contest. If you didn’t win stay tune next week for a couple of great give aways that will announced on Monday morning. Without further ado here are the winners:
Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain Sidney Crosby skated in full gear this morning at the team’s practice facility in Cranberry, Head coach Mike Sullivan told reporters in a conference call as it was reported on the Pens website today.
There was no formal practice this morning, but Crosby was on the ice alongside Conor Sheary and Carl Hagelin. Sullivan said that Crosby skated and is in the rehab process, referring to his status as “day-to-day.” Sullivan did not say what Crosby’s availability for Game 5 of the Second Round series of the Stanley Cup Play-offs will be Saturday night at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., saying only, “It’s a day-to-day process and we’re taking each day as it comes.”
Justin Schultz broke a 2-2 tie midway throughout the second period, and Marc-Andre Fleury and the Penguins defense held fast, as Pittsburgh wins Game 4 by a score of 3-2 against the Washington Capitals, taking a commanding 3-1 series lead in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Jake Guentzel and Patric Hornqvist also tallied for the Pens, and Fleury made 36 saves on the night, earning the game’s honor of First Star.
Tune in to A.M. Beaver County tomorrow morning at 6:30 as Matt Drzik and Pat Septak break down Game 4 and look to Game 5, which will be Saturday night at 7:15 in Washington.