Scott Tady, Beaver County Times Entertainment Editor, joined guest host Paul Guggenheimer on Teleforum Monday March 20, 2017 in the 11 o’clock hour. The topic of discussion was the passing of Chuck Berry.
Paul Guggenheimer will take the microphone as guest host of Teleforum on Monday March 20 and Tuesday March 21, 2017. Paul has an array of guests scheduled to join him. The list includes on Monday Chris Bradford from the Beaver County Times, Larry Davis Dean of the School of Social Work at the University of Pittsburgh and on Tuesday Representative Jim Christiana and County Commisioner Dan Camp along with Bishop David Zubik and Jimmy Ross of the Jaggerz. If you’d like to see the specific times and topics on the docket head over to beavercountyradio.com and click on the events tab and scroll down to find the information.
PIAA Boys Basketball Quarter-final playoff:
Lincoln Park 70, Washington 58. (CCBC Player’s of the Game: Nelly Cummings (Lincoln Park); Matt Popeck (Washington).
Central Valley School District students have the day off today,because there hasn’t been any snow., it was announced at last night’s monthly board meeting, according to Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano. The board approved the hiring of Trent Shanahan as assistant baseball coach. He will be paid $900 for the season. Business manager John Maly received a new 2 year contract. His salary is $29,458. Twenty members of FBLA will attend the state competition in Hershey, April 2-5.PA
Aliquippa School Board approved the hiring of retired girls basketball coach Donna Richey as a volunteer coach, according to Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano. She is to serve for the 2017 season. The board approved Maurice Carey as a volunteer football coach. he will serve for the 2017-2018 season. The BVIU 2027-18 budget of $1,677,962 was approved by the board. A fundraiser movie night for the Quipettes and the #B24 Strong Youth Center was approved by the board. They will use the junior-senior high school March 31-May 26. there will be no movie night April 14 or May 5. Anita Gordon and her committee are providing security for the events . #B24 Strong will pay $135 for custodial/maintenance fees. The Quip football team will attend camp at Cal U August 13-17. Cost to the district is not to exceed $2,000.00
Beaver County’s own Jimmy Ross and the ‘JAGGERZ will receive the LEGACY LEGENDS AWARD at the 2017 Pittsburgh Rock ‘n Roll Legends induction for being a solo performer or band for 40+ years, according to Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano. Their first hit recorded , a top five hit on KQV (That’s Why Baby I Love You in 1968. In 1970, “The Rapper” written by Donnie Iris was a national #1 single on Cash Box and #2 on Billboard The song,still popular in Beaver County, and a certified million-seller by RIAA, earned the group a gold record and it was featured on American Bandstand A new CD, “The Walk” was released in 2014. In the 60’s Jerry Reed built a small recording studio in his basement in Beaver, he recorded local groups, including the Jaggerz. He WILL BE AN INDUCTEE AS A PRODUCER, PROMOTER, OR MANAGER WITH 20+ years in. the music business. His award is the MUSIC INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL LEGENDS . Modern ERA Legends Inductees will be Tommy James and the Shondells. Broadcaster Legends inductee is Chuck Brinkman. He introduced the Beatles at the Civic Arena in 1964 He is from Dormont and was one of Pittsburgh’s most popular dj’s on radio from the 60’ to the 80’s He is still on the air as part owner of a rock oldies station KGVL-FM< Greenville, Texas. The event will be held on Thursday, April 27 at 7 p.m. at Jergerl’s Rhythm Grille in Marshall Twp. VIP LEVEL TICKETS ARE $200 DOORS OPEN AT 6 P.M. , $75 FOR FAN LEVEL , DOORS OPEN AT 7 p.m.
State St. Elementary School in Baden’s PTA is sponsoring an indoor carnival from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, according to Beaver County Radio News Correspondent Sandy Giordano. Bounce houses, obstacle courses , food and refreshments will be available for sale. It’s a community event and fundraiser, according to Kim Roppa, the school’s Academic Behavior Coach. Ms. Roppa and fifth grade teacher Stacy Brock are accompanying 50 students to Ichiban in Wexford for good behavior in school and on the school bus The criteria for the event is that students didn’t get 3 incompletes, no suspensions, good behavior, and for doing their homework.
Beth Patricelli and Roni Lucas from Concordia Visiting Nurses and Good Samaritan Hospice were guests on Teleforum with guest host Frank Sparks on Friday March 17, 2017 in the nine o’clock hour. Discussed were end of life care both at home and inpatient, Camp Erin coming up in June of this year, and how to become a volunteer are a few of the many topics discussed.
Soup Sampling was the theme of the ten o’clock hour on Teleforum with guest host Frank Sparks on Friday March 17, 2017. Staff from WBVP/WMBA sampled different soups that John Righetti from Saint John the Baptist Orthodox Greek Catholic Church in Ambridge brought in to promote the churches Soup Sale this Sunday from 12-2 pm. The sale will be in the parish center located at 722 Fifth St. Ambridge, PA 15003.