Bob Nelson from The Robert Nelson Agency was on Teleforum with Frank Sparks on Monday November 27, 2017. Bob told the listeners that it is now open enrollment time for both Medicare and the Affordable Care Act. Bob took questions from the listeners and explained why it is important to do your homework before you make your decision on which plan to choose. He explained that the Beaver County Office on Aging is one place that can help you if you have questions and Bob cautioned the listeners about attending a seminar that an insurance company is having because they are only aloud to talk about their product and no one else. If you have questions or are looking for an agent with over 30 years experience dealing with health insurance then give Bob a call at 724-266-0301. Bob also has a lot of great informative information available on his website at http://www.robertnelsoninsurance.com
The Robert Nelson Agency is located at 321 Merchant Street Ambridge PA 15003.
Friday morning November 28, 2017 Beaver County Radio 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA will present a special edition of Notes on Local Entertainment with Scott Tady, Entertainment Editor for the Beaver County Times and Frank Sparks. The special Black Friday Edition will air at 11 am featuring local artist Drew Pinchotti as the special guest. Drew will be performing live on the air. His appearance is to promote his appearance at an all acoustic show at Woolley Bully’s on Friday night. Tomorrow’s broadcast will also be featured on Facebook live. If you would like to participate in the show call 724-843-1888 or 724-774-1888.
Rosalind Candy Castle in New Brighton Pa is the Huntington Business Spotlight for November 2017 on Beaver County Radio. Mike Crudden, Vice President of Operations for Rosalind Candy Castle and Tom Nist Senior Vice President of Huntington Bank joined Frank Sparks on Teleforum Thursday November 16, 2017. Mike told the listeners all about Rosalind’s and how they have been the premier candy maker in Beaver County for over 100 Years. Mike answered questions from the listeners and also received compliments on how good the candy is. One caller even said “Your Candy is Yummy”. Rosalind Candy Castle is a family owned and run business that is celebrating 103 years making candy. Mike told everyone about the candy making process and talked about how Rosalind has adjusted to our world today. Frank tried to get Mike to at least give away some of the secrets and he was denied. Mike said he won’t tell and his wife doesn’t even know. Rosalind candy can be ordered on line and shipped anywhere. Check out all the photos below of Rosalind’s during the candy making process. There’s even of a picture of the crew with the new ten pound candy bar, That’s right 10 pounds of chocolate goodness. If you would like to know what is going on at Rodalind’s or about the newest products coming out are like the new packaging on some of their chocolate treats follow Rosalind Candy Castle on Facebook at….. https://www.facebook.com/rosalindcandy/
You can also get more information and even buy and ship candy on their website at….. https://www.rosalindcandy.com/
Tune into Beaver County Radio 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA Thursday morning November 16, 2017 in the 9 0’clock hour for the Huntington Business Spotlight for the month of November. This month Frank Sparks and Teleforum will be spotlighting Jim Crudden and a Beaver County tradition in Rosalind Candy Castle located in New Brighton. Frank will get all the sweet information about Rosalind’s and Jim will be available to answer your questions at 724-774-1888 and 724-843-1888. Tom Nist from Huntington Bank will also be in studio with Jim and Frank.
Tune into 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA Thursday morning, November 16, 2017 in the 10 o’clock hour as Beaver County District Attorney David Lozier will be Frank Sparks guest on Teleforum. The District Attorney will be telling us about his office and also he will be available to answer your questions at 724-774-1888 and 724-843-1888.
Do you have a question for our Beaver County Commissioners? Well Commissioners Chair Woman Sandy Egley and Commissioners Dan Camp and Tony Amadio will be live in studio at 9 a.m. this morning, Thursday November 2, 2017, on Teleforum with Frank Sparks. The Commissioners will give everyone an update on the important Beaver County issues and they will answer all you questions. You can participate in the show by calling 724-843-1888 and 724-774-1888. We will also be on Facebook live taking your questions.
The Hoot Owls will be performing live on the air during the Notes on Local Entertainment with Scott Tady, Entertainment Editor of the Beaver County Times portion of Teleforum with Frank Sparks on Thursday October 26, 2017 at 11a.m.. The Hoot Owls appearance will also be broadcast on Facebook Live!!
The Hoot Owls are one of the bands that will be playing at Rockin’ Thru the Ages Band Bash this Saturday night at the Rochester VFW from 6 to 10 p.m.. The concert benefits the Cornerstone of Beaver County. Tickets are still available at the cost of $35.00 call 724- 846-6400 for more information.
This picture is from a Beaver County Radio remote broadcast at Camp’s store where Walmart in Center currently sits from 1987.
One of Beaver Counties most prominent and popular businessman Bill Camp has died. Mr. Camp was 81 years old and was a 1954 Graduate of Beaver Falls High School and a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. Bill and his Brother Jim opened Fast & Friendly Food Store in Beaver Falls in the 1960’s which grew into a chain of Convenience Stores throughout Beaver County. Bill then purchased the Giant Eagle in the old GEE BEE’s plaza in the 80’s and then built Rochester Giant Eagle in the downstairs of the former Kaufmann’s Department store in the late 1980’s and built a second location in Chippewa in the 1990’s. Bill was very visual in the community and loved helping others whether he knew you or not. Bill played a very key role in the Tony Dorsett Mc Guire Memorial golf outing along with so many other charities that he supported throughout our community. Camp Sold his Grocery stores in the early 2000’s to spend more time with his family. He is survived by his wife and 5 children. Bill’s son Chris is the current owner of Fun For All in Cranberry. A viewing for Bill will be held today at the Devlin Funeral Home in Cranberry. Bill Camp will be laid to rest on Saturday morning.