Street Out Reach for Homeless August 29, 2017 Needs Volunteers

Dina Ciabattoni, Continuum of Care Coordinator of Beaver County, Renee Speaker, Director of the Carl Program, and Beaver Falls Police Chief John DeLuca  were on Teleforum with Frank Spark on Thursday August 17, 2017 discussing a Street Outreach for the Homeless on August 29, 2017. The event is being held with the cooperation of The Cornerstone , Beaver County Continuum of Care, and the Housing Authority of Beaver County. Dina,Renee and Chief DeLuca  discussed the need for volunteers to go out with staff throughout Beaver County for the event. Also needed is donations. Some of the items needed are monetary donations, bottles of water, non-perishable food, sun block, lip balm, rain ponchos, first aid kits, sanitizing hand wipes, tissues, wash clothes/hand towels, and flip flops of all sizes.

The group will be providing food , water, and some other basic necessities to homeless Men, Women, and  Children of Beaver County. They will also be educating the people they  approach on county resources for housing , food, and employment.

If you would like to donate or volunteer you can stop by the Cornerstone at 1217 7th Ave.  Beaver Falls Pa.  15010 or you can call 724-846-6400.


Geneva College is the Huntington Business Spotlight for August 2017

Geneva College is being honored as the Huntington Business Spotlight for the month of August 2017. Dr. Calvin Troup, Geneva College President and Dr. Melinda Stephens, Geneva College Dean of Academic Programs were welcomed to Teleforum with Frank Sparks by Frank and Tom Nist, Huntington Bank Senior Vice President.

Dr. Troup and Dr. Stephens spoke to the listeners from 9 to 10 a.m. this morning. They discussed the long storied history of Geneva College, the many academic programs offered, Satellite Campus’ and Geneva College’s commitment to the community. Dr. Troup and Dr. Stephens also answered questions from the listeners. If you are interested in Geneva College and would like to get more information on their many programs you can click on the link below to be directed to the college website.

Debbie Sample from Berkshire Hathaway appears on Teleforum

Debbie Sample, Manager/ Associate Broker for Berkshire Hathaway in Beaver was a guest on Teleforum with Frank Sparks on Tuesday August 8, 2017. Debbie and Frank discussed the Baby Boomer Generation and downsizing at we get into our retirement years. They discussed the advantages, options, and the role that a good realtor could assist a person who is not quite sure what they want to do. Debbie can be reached to answer any questions you have at 724-774-2222 extension 278. You can also get very informative information from their website

Ask The Commissioners on Teleforum!!!

Many new reports have surfaced from the Beaver County Court House this week. Do you have questions and are hoping for answers??  Tune into Teleforum with Frank Sparks tomorrow morning at 9 a. m..  Commission Chairwoman Sandie  Egley and Commissioners Dan Camp and Tony Amadio are scheduled to be in studio to answer your questions on Ask The Commissioners.  The numbers to call are 724-843-1888 and 724-774-1888 if you have a question or comment for the commissioners.

Robert Skerlec on Teleforum to celebrate 30 years of Robert’s Roadside Inn !!

Robert Skerlec owner of Robert’s Roadside Inn was on Teleforum with Frank Sparks today, July 28,2017 to talk about this weeks 30th Anniversary celebration of  Robert’s Roadside Inn. Bob talked about the history of Robert’s and what special events are planned for this weeks celebration that gets under way tomorrow night, Saturday July 29, 2017. Bob took phone calls from the listeners and some famous names in Beaver County congratulating him. Some the dignitaries that called in included Bob Barrickman, WBVP/WMBA  Sports Director, Beaver County Commissioner Tony Amadio, Beaver County Prothonotary, Nancy Cozzucoli Werme,  and former host of Teleforum Mike Romigh who is now the Sponsorship/Events/Social Media Manager at the Beaver County Humane Society. Bob shared many stories and even taught us a lesson or two along the way. Robert Skerlec finished the interview by thank his family and his customers who have helped to make Robert’s Roadside Inn such a success. Cheers to Bob and Robert’s!!! Here’s to the next thirty years. If you would like more information on Robert’s Roadside Inn you can find them on Facebook at


Dale Reckless from MRS Physical Therapy on Teleforum Todaty

Dale Reckless from MRS Physical Therapy joined Frank Sparks on Teleforum this morning, July 26,2017. Dale and Frank talked about the benefits of physical therapy before and after a surgery. They also discussed how physical therapy can some times help an injury heal and prevent surgery.  Dale explained physical therapy is not only for people who have had surgery or have the possibility of needing surgery. Dale also explained that you do not need a doctor’s referral for physical therapy. Dale and Frank discussed some of the minor injuries that you might have that could require physical therapy. The main type of injury they discussed was planters fasciitis  and how MRS Physical Therapy could help. If you would like more  information you can reach Dale at 724-728-7550. you can also go to their website at 

Dale will be on Teleforum again on August 16, 2017 at 9:00 a.m.

Pick of the Litter live on Teleforum today!!

Mike Romigh, Sponsorship/Events/Social Media Manager of the Beaver County Humane Society was back in the studio today on Telefourm with Frank Sparks. Mike Romigh was the former host of Teleforum before Frank and left to join the Humane Society earlier this year. Mike and Frank participated in a first on Beaver County Radio by doing a segment of Pick of the Litter Live today. While the guys were talking about the Humane Society and highlighting Eenie, Meenie, Miney and Mo, four fourteen week old Tabby Kittens, Matt Drzik host of A.M. Beaver County streamed the segment on Facebook Live. Mike said the Humane society has a very high population of cats right now and they are holding a summer adoption special on cats. Depending on the age of the cat you might even be able to adopt for free.  Check out all the pictures of the fun below if you need more information or any questions you can contact the Beaver County Humane Society at   724-775-5801. The hours of the shelter are  Tuesday and Thursday, 11am – 7pm and Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 11am – 4pm. If you need more information or want to check out some pictures of all the animals available for adoption check out their website at

You can also reach them on Facebook at

You can also check out the Facebook Live video on our Facebook Page