Do You Know What Is Real and What Is Not? Find Out More With Tom Young From 1st. Consultants This Tuesday.

Tune in to Beaver County Radio, 1230 WBVP , 1460 WMBA and 99.3 F.M. on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 9:10 A.M. for financial insight from special guest expert, Tom Young, from 1st Consultants Inc. in Beaver.  This month, Tom will discuss the topic of “Money Mind Games”. Consider the following:

  1. Some things are just as they appear to be.
  2. Some things are not as they appear to be.
  3. Some things are not , but appear to be.
  4. Some things are, but do not appear to be. 

Confused?  Well, find out what these “Money Mind Games” mean by joining Tom Young during his monthly presentation this Tuesday  January 21, 2020 beginning at 9:10 A.M.

Do you want to know more?

You can participate in the show by calling 724-843-1888 or 724-774-1888. You can also ask your questions on Facebook Live Tuesday January 21, 2020.

Click Tom’s picture below at showtime of 9:10 A.M. to be directed to the WBVP and WMBA Facebook page where the special multi media simulcast will be streamed on Facebook Live.

In the mean time . . . Check out Tom’s video message and find out how you can receive a free copy of “The Family Money Farm-CFO Project” scheduled for publishing soon.

 

“Rappin with the Reps” at 9:10 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday January 9, 2020 on Teleforum with Frank Sparks

Tune into Teleforum with Frank Sparks tomorrow, January 9, 2020 at 9:10 a.m. for “Rappin with the Reps” Aaron Berstine, Jim Marshall, and Josh Kail will be live in studio to answer your questions and to talk about what is going on in your neighborhoods and in Harrisburgh. The show will also be streamed Live on the WBVP/WMBA Facebook page. To particpate in the show dial 724-843-1888 or 724-774-1888. You can also leave your comments on the Facebook Live feed.

“Rappin with the Reps” presented by the Medicine Stop Pharmacy and Laughlin Insurance Agency.

Tune into “The Best of Beaver County” with host Jim Roddey January 9, 2020 at 11 a.m.

(Beaver County, PA) The Best of Beaver County is easy to discover; it’s right on your radio!  Tune in this and every Thursday from 11 to 11:30 A.M.  for “The Best of Beaver County”, an innovative radio program on WBVP and WMBA presented by St. Barnabas. The show is hosted by Jim Roddey and is dedicated to shining light on the great things going on right here in local neighborhoods, and the people that are making it happen.  Find out what all the buzz is about by joining “The Best Of Beaver County”.  

Jim’s guest this week our Kolt Codner and Joyce Cirelli from the Community College of Beaver County and Billy Straub, Human Resources Manager for St. Barnabas.

A live video stream of this week’s edition of  “The Best Of Beaver County” can be viewed on the WBVP-WMBA Facebook page, plus the radio broadcast will be replayed each Sunday from 11:30 am to Noon.

 

Poll: What does Beaver County Need to be Successful again

(Beaver Falls Pa.) We at Beaver County Radio want to know what do you think that Beaver County needs to be successful again?

With all the hustle and bustle of the Shell Petro-Chemical Plant being built and business starting to thrive once again William Day, President of St. Barnabas Health System got to thinking and he posed that question to Beaver County Radio Station Manager and Owner Mark Peterson and Peterson said “Let’s ask the Citizens”. So now we want to know what you think.

Frank Sparks, host of Teleforum and Program Director will discuss this very topic with Mr. Day at 10:10 a.m. on Monday January 6, 2019 during Teleforum. You are also invited to give you opinion by calling 724-843-1888 and 724-774-1888 during Frank’s show from 9 a.m. to Noon.

So Beaver County we want to hear you . “What does Beaver County need to Succeed Again?”

“The Best of Beaver County” with Jim Roddey was all about the Arts!!

(Beaver Falls, Pa.) The Best of Beaver County is easy to discover; it’s right on your radio!  Tune in this and every Thursday from 11 to 11:30 A.M.  for “The Best of Beaver County”, an innovative radio program on WBVP and WMBA presented by St. Barnabas. The show is hosted by Jim Roddey and is dedicated to shining light on the great things going on right here in local neighborhoods, and the people that are making it happen.  Find out what all the buzz is about by joining “The Best Of Beaver County”.  This weeks edition was all about the Arts and Jim’s guests Kiesha Lalama a Center grad who has gone onto fame as a Choreographer,Educator, and  Motivator and Justin Fortunato  who is the Artistic Producing Director at  Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center.

In the first segment Mr. Roddey welcomed in Kiesha Lalama. Kiesha grew up in Center twp and graduated from Center High School (now Central Valley). She told Roddey of her youth moving from West Aliquippa at the age of one to Center Twp. and how she still spent a good portion of her youth in West Aliquippa visiting relatives almost on a daily basis. While in high school Lalama was a discus thrower earning a scholarship to Slippery Rock University. She only attended Slippery Rock for one semester after injuring her knee she realized that she couldn’t juggle both the arts and being a discus thrower and she then moved onto Point Park University. She told Roddey that was the best move she ever made.

Mr. Roddey then moved on to talk about Lalama’s career in the arts. She explained at an early age she started out in gymnastics and the went to dance school and learned so much from Doris Singer. Lalama then talked about her family and her sons who are both throw the discus like mom with the eldest having aspirations to be an Olympian.

Finally they talked about her journey in the arts leading up to her position of Director of Community Engagement & Strategic Initiatives for the Pittsburgh CLO. Roddey and Lalama also talked about a new partnership with St. Barnabas. The Pittsburgh CLO Academy’s summer performance camps that are designed to give attendees the opportunity to work with a professional directors, music directors and choreographers, and create an exciting musical theater experience culminating in a live performance on stage. The Summer Camps are offered in two locations – Downtown Pittsburgh and at the St. Barnabas Kean Theatre in Gibsonia PA. All participants receive a free ticket for a Pittsburgh CLO Summer Season show at the Benedum Center.  For questions about Summer Camps, call 412-281-2234 or email CLOAcademy@pittsburghclo.org.

In segment two Jim talked with Justin Fortunato , Artistic Producing Director at  Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center in Midland. The pair talked about Lincoln Park’s School of Performing Arts  and the important roll they play  in our communities of Beaver County. Fortunato discussed how he has worked in educational and professional theater and that he loves what he does.

Fortunato discussed Lincoln Park’s theaters and how they have over 35,000 people who take in a show at Lincoln Park every year.  The unique thing about Lincoln Park is that students can perform on a professionally designed set right along with the professionals who are teaching them. Fortunato gave the listeners a preview of this years remaining shows.

Finally Roddey and Fortunato discussed his professional career and he informed the listener that he was just in the Pittsburgh CLO’s A  Christmas Carol. Justin finished by telling the listeners that if someone would like to get involved with Lincoln Park you can go to  http://www.lincolnparkarts.org/ or follow their Facebook Page.

If you would like to watch today’s show as it streamed live on Facebook press the play button below…..

The radio broadcast will be replayed each Sunday from 11:30 am to Noon from the St. Barnabas Studio on Beaver County Radio.

Click on the logo below if you would like more info on St. Barnabas….

A Notable memorable Christmas Show at Wooley Bully’s

(New Brighton, Pa.) Wooley Bully’s in New Brighton hosted the Third Annual Notable Christmas Party on Saturday December 14, 2019. Frank Sparks co-host of Notes on Local Entertainment was the Emcee for the evening. Frank welcomed everyone to the party at 6:30 before a delicious dinner buffet was served courtesy of Wooley Bully’s in New Brighton.

James Tobin and Dewey and the Decimators performing Live at Wooley Bully’s in New Brighton.

At 6:45 pm James Tobin and Dewey and the Decimators took to the stage belting out holiday favorites including their original song Christmas Time. at 8 pm Frank introduced the Sidewinder Band. Sidewinder then belted out more holiday favorites for about an hour and finished the show up with a group of people singing  We Wish You a Merry Christmas that included  Beaver County Radio’s Mark Peterson, Frank Sparks, and Matt Drzik.

The Sidewinder Band Performing Live at Wooley Bully’s in New Brighton

The Sidewinder Band was having so much fun that decided to stay and play a set of Classic Rock Music. Some of Beaver County Radio’s listeners that were lucky enough to win a VIP ticket were able to enjoy the buffet dinner and hang out in the exclusive VIP area.  Beaver County Radio’s Notable Entertainment Christmas Party was brought to you by Wooley Bully’s, Beaver Falls Municipal Authority, Al’s Corner, Don’s Auto Salvage, James Tobin and Dewey and the Decimators, The Sidewinder Band, and Beaver County Radio 1230 WBVP, 1460 WMBA, and 99.3 FM. Check out all of the photos of the fun below……..

 

 

Santa Claus Stopped and refueled with Cocoa and Cookies at Al’s Corner

(Koppel, Pa.) Santa Claus the Jolly ole Elf was running low on fuel and he stopped by Al’s Corner in Koppel to refuel and have Cocoa and Cookies with the kids. Word spread throughout the area that Santa was in town and people came from all over the area to see him. Beaver County Radio’s Frank Sparks and Matt Drzik anchored a live broadcast from Al’s from 6-8 pm on 1230 WBVP, 1460 WMBA, and 99.3 FM. The famous Beaver County Radio Personality Prize, with a few modifications from Santa’s Elf’s also was on hand.

Everyone who attended Cocoa and Cookies with Santa had a really good time. There was free pizza, cookies, cocoa and drinks available for all to enjoy. Each and every child who sat on Santa’s lap received a gift from Santa and Al’s Corner. There was even something for the adults in the form of free food certificates, lottery tickets and Al’s Corner gear that the could win just by spinning the prize wheel . Everyone had such a good time including Santa. The time came for Santa to go and it you could hear him yell “MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL AND TO ALL A GOOD NIGHT”  as he headed back to the North Pole to finish Christmas preparations.

Check out the pictures below of all of the fun……..

 

Susan Boser, Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator joined Frank Sparks on Teleforum

(Beaver Falls, Pa.) Susan Boser, Water Resources Educator for Penn State Extension joined Frank Sparks in the nine o’clock hour of Teleforum on Tuesday December 10, 2019.

Susan and Frank did a segment on water testing. They tested water that came from the faucet at the radio station, water from her house, and bottled water from a grocery store. Susan did three different types of tests on all three and told the listeners and the Facebook viewers the importance of having you water tested annually if you get your water from a private supply such as a well or spring.  You can watch Susan’s interview as it streamed live on Facebook by pressing the play button below…

Multi Tasking. Make Your Money Do Three Things At Once. Find Out More On Tuesday December 17, 2019 With Tom Young From 1st Consultants.

Tune in to Beaver County Radio, 1230 WBVP , 1460 WMBA and 99.3 F.M. on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 at 9:10 A.M. for financial insight from special guest expert, Tom Young, from 1st Consultants Inc. in Beaver.  This month, Tom will explain that while all dollars look the same, how you use them makes a big difference.   Find out more about amazing ways to make your dollars work for you during this month’s forum, including:

  1. How to make more than just one rate of return.
  2. How to make an external rate of return from the same dollar.
  3. How to make an eternal rate of return and create wealth during retirement.

It’s true. Learn how the same dollar can do three things at the same time on Tuesday December 17, 2019 beginning at 9:10 A.M.

Do you want to know more?

You can participate in the show by calling 724-843-1888 or 724-774-1888. You can also ask your questions on Facebook Live Tuesday December 17, 2019.

Click Tom’s picture below at showtime of 9:10 A.M. to be directed to the WBVP and WMBA Facebook page where the special multi media simulcast will be streamed on Facebook Live.

In the mean time . . . Check out Tom’s video message and find out how you can receive a free copy of “The Family Money Farm-CFO Project” scheduled for publishing soon.

 

Santa Claus visits Candy-land at the 2019 Rochester Carol Sing and Light-up Night

(Rochester, Pa.) Santa Claus was the main attraction at the 2019 Rochester Carol Sing and Light-up Night on Sunday December 8, 2019. The third annual event got underway at 2:30 pm with the opening ceremonies being broadcast live on Beaver County Radio. the JR ROTC presented the colors as our National Anthem was then played. One of the event coordinators Ray Rotuna spoke with Beaver County Radio’s Frank Sparks during the broadcast and told the listeners the schedule of events for the  day that would all be topped off with with the ceremonial lighting of the lights to signify the 2019 Holiday Season. Some of the other events of the day was the reading of “Twas the Night Before Christmas”  with sound effects from students of the Rochester School District, Carol Singer with the Beaver Valley Choral Society and singing by the kindergartners of the Rochester School District.

Beaver County Radio’s Frank Sparks and Matt Drzik did a broadcast from 2:30 to 4:30 pm.  Frank and Matt also took a tour of Candy-land before Santa and Mrs. Claus arrived and sat on a special throne that was hand made for him to sit on while the children sat on his lap to tell Santa what they want for Christmas. You can see the video as it streamed live on the station Facebook page by pressing the play button below. ..

Check out all of the photos below of the fun of the 2019 Rochester Carol Sing and Light-up Night……