Dino Capistrani, Marketing Director for Concordia and Rachelle Arnold, Administrator of Concordia Villa of St. Joseph were guests of Frank Sparks on Teleforum Friday August 17, 2018.
Dino talked about Concordia and the new aspect and versatility that acquiring the Villa of St. Joseph has created for Concordia. Rachelle talked about her vision for Concordia Villa St. Joseph. They also talked about the different types of services offered at the Villa from short term rehab to a full care facility. Click the play button below to hear the first segment of the interview…..
A listener called in and said he was getting ready to have a knee replacement and wanted to know how he would go about requesting the Villa. Click the play button below to hear Rachelle’s response…..
Rachelle informed the listeners of the services available at Concordia Villa of St. Joseph. Click the play button below to hear more….
Rachelle finished up the interview talking about Community days that are going to be at the Villa on Saturday August 25, 2018. Click on the play button to hear more….
In closing Dino talked about employment and other events coming up. Click the play button to hear more….
If you would like more information you can go to the Concordia Website by clicking on the logo below and you can also find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/VillaBadenPA/
In lieu of Tuesday’s report about the abuse of over 1,000 children in Pennsylvania by Catholic priests, including over 80 priests in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, the city’s bishop, David Zubik, took some time to call into Teleforum to discuss the situation at hand with host Frank Sparks and guest co-host Kaisha Jantsch.
The FULL interview is below, in which Bishop Zubik (a native of Sewickley) expresses deep regret for the actions which have been committed, but also pointed an eye as to how the church can recover.
For the first time in some while, the “Ask The Commissioners” segment went into overtime, as Commissioner Sandie Egley answered several calls and discussed several issues on the table within the Courthouse and across Beaver County. Tony Amadio (recovering) and chairman Dan Camp (prior obligations) were not in attendance.
If you missed anything the first time, just view the video below that was streamed on Facebook Live! “Ask The Commissioners” airs on Beaver County Radio and our Facebook page the first Thursday of each month.
“Ask The Commissioners” coverage on Facebook Live is brought to you by Beaver Valley Auto Mall, located near the Beaver Valley Mall in Center Township.
Bob Skerlec owner of Robert’s Roadside Inn joined Frank Sparks on Teleforum Tuesday July 31, 2018 to talk about Robert’s 31 Anniversary this week . Bob told the listeners of the history of Robert’s and why he does what he does for the people of Beaver County!!! Bob also highlighted the different activities that will be going on through out the week. You can listen to the full interview with Bob by clicking the play buttons below…..
The 2018 Beaver County Senior Olympics were held at the CCBC Dome on Wednesday July 25, 2018. Beaver County Radio did a live broadcast from the Olympics during Teleforum with Frank Sparks. Frank and Kaisha Jantsch interviewed many of the health care professionals who were there for the health fair that proceeded the Olympics . Beaver County Radio did a live broadcast of all of the fun from 10 until noon. Check out all of the fun in the photos below.
By a vote of 4-1 last night, the Beaver Falls City Council approved Resolution 1489, which allows the transfer of a previously owned liquor license to the Sheetz currently located at the corner of 37th Street and Route 18 on College Hill in Beaver Falls.
The vote was brought down in the second meeting of the evening; in the first the Resolution was brought forth by Sheetz, represented by Pittsburgh attorney Paul Namey from the Flaherty & O’Hara firm. Namey made a large emphasis on the proper security and clean record of the Sheetz franchise:
Despite his argument, several members did attend the meeting to protest the transfer of the license, including Pastor Joseph Sharon from the College Hill Church of The Nazarene. The church is located across Route 18 from the Sheetz location, and Pastor Sharon worried about the effects of alcohol on the surrounding area:
After a brief recess, the council came back to go through its regularly scheduled agenda; and before the final vote, Beaver Falls Mayor George Quay made his beliefs on the matter known:
However, Quay also decided to give the floor for fellow council members to comment; in particular Code Enforcer Doug Carson, who is also the superintendent at Beaver County Christian School. Its campus is located near the Sheetz on College Hill, and Carson openly admitted he was concerned:
The final vote was 4-1, approved by Mayor Quay, Carson, Public Works director Chuckie Kirkland, and Accounting/Finance Director Leonard Chiapetta. The lone dissenting vote came from Parks & Recreation Director Kevin Kunselman.
The timetable for when the College Hill Sheetz will start selling beer and wine is unknown at this time.
Bill Roehm, Event Coordinator for the Ambridge Regional Chamber and David Resnik from David’s Mini Stadiums joined Frank Sparks on Teleforum Tuesday July 24, 2018 to talk about this Saturday’s Arts in the Park at PJ Caul Park in Ambridge. The show will be from 10 to 5.
Bill told the listeners about the entertainment that will be there and also talked about David and his Mini PNC Park model that he is building to raffle off for the Miracle League of South Hills. This will be your only opportunity locally to actually see the model. David will be working on the model and showing everyone how he constructs these awesome pieces of art. You will also have the opportunity to purchase a raffle ticket to win the stadium at Arts in the Park. If you would like to purchase tickets now just go to https://go.rallyup.com/minipncpark . There is a discount for buying multiple tickets. If you would like to follow the progress of the PNC Park mini stadium construction or would like to check out any of David’s other projects go to https://www.davidsministadiums.com .
Bill told the listeners to come to Ambridge Saturday and listen to live bands, shop or look at the most unique art and antiques around, or even just come get a bite to eat!
You can listen to the interview by clicking on the play buttons below….
Tune into Teleforum with Frank Sparks on 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA Tuesday July 24, 2018 at 11:10 a.m. as Frank’s guest will be Bill Roehm and David Resnik.
The guys will be talking about the mini PNC Park that David built that is being raffled off to benefit the Miracle League of South Hills and will make its only local stop at Arts in the Park in Ambridge this coming weekend. David is well known for building mini-stadiums of different professional venues throughout the country. The guys will tell you how you can get your hands on a raffle ticket and possibly own a one of a kind piece that would dare to make any Pirates fan jealous.
(Beaver Falls Pa) The Huntington Business Spotlight for July of 2018 was Kevin Miller and the Health Hut. Kevin appeared along with Lisa Currie and Bobby Dunn from Huntington Bank on Teleforum with Frank Sparks Thursday July 19, 2018.
The interview started with Lisa and Bobby telling the listeners about Huntington Bank and why they are involved with the Huntington Business Spotlight. Lisa told the listeners how much she enjoys being the Branch Manager at the Chippewa office and enjoys working for Huntington.
Kevin Miller then started talking about the Health Hut with its two locations, one in Chippewa and the other in Beaver, and the proud history the company has dating back to his in-laws owning the stores. Kevin told the listeners that the Health Huts new store in Chippewa is also has the Java Hut enclosed that you can get all of your organic coffee’s and drinks ready to go. The Java Hut also has a drive thru window so you can just drive up and get your hot or cold drink and be on your way.
In the second segment of the show Kevin walked Frank thru the process of getting healthy once you decide it’s time for a trip to the health hut. Kevin explained that they have a certified person who sets you up and will assist you along the way. Kevin did however stress that you should always consult your primary care professional before making any changes to your diet.
The entire interview can be heard below by clicking the play button on each segment..
If you are interested in the Health Hut and would like more information click on the logo below to be directed to their web page…
You can also find out more information or apply for a job by clicking on the Huntington Bank Logo …..
Tom discussed why we are own worse enemies when it comes to our financial situation with the listeners of the multi media presentation from 9:00 to 10:00 A.M. The program was live on 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA and was available to be viewed online via a live video stream on the WBVP-WMBA Facebook Page . Tom also started a give away that anyone who shares the Facebook feed or calls in during the show will receive a free copy of Tom’s book “Life Insurance and will it pay when I die”. Missed the show? Well it’s not too late all you have to do is share the video that is posted below on your Facebook Page and then let us know you did and you will also receive Tom’s book.
Additional segments with Tom Young will be distributed live on air and on line at the same time on the third Tuesday of each month.
You can view the Facebook Live video below…..
Tom Young has been in the life changing business for over 30 years, has published books and is a highly sought after speaker on financial topics around the nation. Tom is President of 1st Consultants, Inc. and his office is located in Beaver, PA. Call 724-728-6820. Click here for more about Tom