The 29th Annual Beaver Falls Car Cruise Committee stopped by on Teleforum with Frank Sparks

(Beaver Falls, Pa.) The 29th Annual Beaver Falls Car Cruise will be happening this Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. along 7th Ave in Beaver Falls. Cruise committee co-chairmen Steve, Peterson, Tom Gargaro, and Sam Florida stopped by Teleforum with Frank Sparks in the ten o’clock talk about last minute preparations and to answer any questions that the listeners might have about the cruise.

Left to right: Brian McNeely, Bob Pusateri. Steve Peterson, Tom Gargaro and Sam Florida.
(Photo by Mark Peterson)

The interview started out with Steve Peterson talking about Saturday’s schedule of events. Steve then had Frank Sparks, this years emcee, go over the the opening ceremonies that will begin at 12:00 p.m. with a Veteran’s parade down 7th Ave. to where the main portion of the opening ceremonies will be happening in front of 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA. Frank told the listeners of the dignitaries who will be speaking, The Beaver Falls American Legion presenting the colors, and the singing of the National Anthem by Valentina Cherico. Sparks also said the entire opening ceremonies will be live on 1230 WBVP/ 1460 WMBA as well as on the stations Facebook Page at  https://www.facebook.com/beavercountyradio/

Brian McNeely’s truck the chrome all shiny and ready for the cruise.
(Photo by Mark Peterson)
Mirror image of Brain McNeely’s truck in the center cap of Bob Pusateri’s hot rod. (photo by Mark Peterson)

 

Tom Gargaro then spoke about the does and don’t of the cruise and the food vendors who will be part of the cruise. Sam Florida read over the list of over 30 Sponsors of the cruise and finally Steve Peterson talked about different car clubs and tv shows that have been interested in the car cruise and that all barriers will be taken down by PENNDOT contractors who are doing work on 7th Ave and it will be a smooth paved or concrete surface for cruisers to bring their cars out.

Bob Pusateri’s hot rod. (Photo by Mark Peterson)
Sam Florida’s rag top Caddy all shined up and ready for the cruise. (photo by Mark Peterson)

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can watch the interview as it streamed live on Facebook   by click the play button below…..

If you have any questions you can get a hold of the Committee on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/BeaverFallsCarCruise/

The Beaver Falls Car Cruise Committee will be in studio at 10:10 a.m. today, June 04, 2019.

Beaver Falls Car Cruise Committee members Steve Peterson, Tom Gargaro, and Sam Florida will be live in studio at 10:10 a.m. today, June 4, 2019 during Teleforum with Frank Sparks.

The guys will be discussing this years car cruise that is happening this Saturday June 8, 2019. This year is the 29th Annual cruise and it is shaping up to be one of the best of all-time. If you are planning on coming and have any questions can call 724-843-1888 or 724-774-1888 during the interview. The entire interview will also be streamed live on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/beavercountyradio/ where you can also ask any questions that you may have.

Antique Emporium Grand Re-Opening Was a Success!!

(Beaver Falls, PA) Antique Emporium has been open for many years on 7th Avenue in Beaver Falls, today Beaver County Radio helped out the new owners Bill Antonacceo and Brandt Toward along with the rest of the rest of the city of Beaver Falls help celebrate the Grand Re-Opening of the store.  Antonacceo and Toward also own Ascendant Auction Galleries LLC located on College Avenue in Beaver Falls and now just bought Antique Emporium.

Beaver County Radio joined the party on May 31, 2019 on the day of the re-opening. Eddy Crow and Bill Antonacceo talked about the store, deals, offers and the new look of the store from 10-Noon. The Re-Opening brought in many customers to the new store and the had a chance to look at all the items for sale in the store. From Pin-Ball Machines to action figures to music records and everything in between that makes Antique Emporium Beaver County’s number one Antique and Collectible store.

Located at 818 7th Avenue in Beaver Falls the new owners, Bill Antonacceo and Brant Toward want you to know where to go for all your collectible and Antique needs.

Here is an archived version of the Facebook live video from Friday’s remote broadcast on WBVP and WMBA from the Antique Emporium:

See pictures from the Grand Re-Opening Below:

Sebastian & Egley Join Jim Roddey For “Best Of Beaver County”

Jim Roddey

As always, the Best of Beaver County isn’t hard to find…as long as you’re tuned into Beaver County Radio. “The Best of Beaver County” is an innovative radio program on WBVP and WMBA presented by St. Barnabas. St. Barnabas spokesperson Jim Roddey once again had on a pair of guests that wouldn’t make Beaver County what it is today without their contributions.

Jim Roddey (left) & Alex Sebastian (right)

Today’s show featured restaurateur Alex Sebastian from the Wooden Angel in Bridgewater, as he talked about his time spent in the Navy, history with finding the best wines around the world and the process of serving them right here in Beaver County. He also talked about the history of the Wooden Angel, as well as some of the prestigious names that have dined there.

Jim with Commissioner Sandie Egley (right)

Then in the second segment, Jim was joined by current County Commissioner Sandie Egley, who is also currently running for County Treasurer in November of 2019. Sandie discussed her life & political career up to this point, and talked about why she is pursuing her current position. She also spoke about the current rise of women in powerful positions in Beaver & surrounding counties, and how she is proud to be a part of that.

You can watch the interviews as they streamed Live on Facebook by pressing 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….

“Best of Beaver County” talks Pets for Vets and your diet.

(Beaver County, PA) The Best of Beaver County is easy to discover; it’s right on your

Jim Roddey

radio!  Tune in 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. Today’s episode,  Eric Stieglitz, Veterans Programming Coordinator for Animal Friends and Pets For Vets was the special guest along with  world class neurosurgeon, Dr. Joseph Maroon, who talked about his role as a dietitian and how your diet effects your brain and body. will .

Dr. Joseph Maroon

 

 

You can watch the interviews as they streamed Live on Facebook by pressing 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.

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10th Annual Rochester Chili Cook-Off Displays Some Good Taste

As per annual tradition, several local businesses (including Beaver County Radio) brought their chili out to the 2019 Rochester Chili Cook-Off on May 22 at the Brady’s Run Lodge. WBVP/WMBA–along with Nesmith Catering, D&G Pizza of Center, Summertime’s Feel Good Foods, and Brady’s Run Grille–competed for top honors by the judges as well by the dozens in attendance. Summertime’s was the big dog on campus this time around, winning both the Judges’ and People’s Choice awards.

Check out these photos from the cook-off:

Pets For Vets Programming Coordinator, Eric Stieglitz, And World Class Neurosurgeon, Dr. Joseph Maroon, Are The Featured Guests Later Today On “The Best Of Beaver County”.

(Beaver County, PA) The Best of Beaver County is easy to discover; it’s right on your

Jim Roddey

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 Thursday,  Eric Stieglitz, Veterans Programming Coordinator for Animal Friends and Pets For Vets will be the special guest in the first segment, and then world class neurosurgeon, Dr. Joseph Maroon, will provide special dialogue in the second half of today’s show.  Tune in, or watch to find out more Thursday starting at 11 A.M.!

Dr. Joseph Maroon

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 from the St. Barnabas Studio on Beaver County Radio.

 

The Forty Nineteens to appear on “Notes on Entertainment” with Frank Sparks and Scott Tady, Thursday May 23, 2019 at 11:30 a.m..

(Beaver Falls, Pa.) The Forty Nineteens a national touring group featuring Monaca native Nick Zeigler will appear on 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA during  “Notes on Local Entertainment” Thursday May 23, 2019 at 11:35 a.m..

Show hosts Frank Sparks and Scott Tady, Entertainment Editor for the Beaver County Times will welcome in the band who is making their yearly trip into Western Pa.. The group will be appearing throughout the area during Memorial Day Weekend. The interview will also be streamed Live on Facebook at  https://www.facebook.com/beavercountyradio/ 

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Tom Young talks Prosperity Economics during his monthly visit to Teleforum

(Beaver Falls, Pa.) Tom Young from 1st Consultants in Beaver mad his monthly appearance on Teleforum with Frank Sparks on Tuesday, May 21, 2019 , at 9 a.m..

This month Tom talked about The why of  Prosperity Economics. Tom discussed the why and said he has plenty of clients who have MBA’s and they say “Tom why Didn’t they teach us this stuff in school” Tom said I think they are afraid of what he can teach his clients. Tom Talked about the 5 principals of prosperity economics. Tom talked about the club of Rome that was formed in 1968.

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

If you would like more information you can call Tom at 724-728-6820 or click on the logo below to be directed to the 1st Consultants Website.