Schedule for Bexley Public Radio, Thursday, June 11, 2009.
Telephone (614) 235-2929
Sign on. Amy Maurer, the noontime gardener show and Old Farmer's Almanac weather and editorial content. History note from the Slingshot Collective of anarchists of Berkeley, California. Saint for the Day from Metropolitan Museum of Art daybook and www.catholic.org.
Lunch specials from Bexley lunch spots. Bexley Monk, Crusader Club at Capital University, Johnson's Real Ice Cream, Rusty Bucket and Scotty's on East Broad Street. Also, Senior Kosher lunch menu from the Jewish Community Center and Lifecare Alliance.
Frank Ingwersen mid-morning Wall Street update.
Mel Greenball reads news from the pages of The New Standard and Ohio Jewish Chronicle. Mel will be commenting today on the article of, "The Only Endangered Species that the President is not Intending to protect: The Jew in the Middle East," by Harold Witkov, and various others from The New Standard and OJC.
Summer intern and Bexley High School Student Aaron Gaba introduces choral music performed by the Bexley High School's Vocal Ensemble, from their 2006 European Tour, performed under the direction of Amy Johnston-Blosser and Casey Cook Westfall (accompanist). The Vocal Ensemble will tour Europe again this summer, from June 13th to June 20.
Jenny Frantz, director of youth and family ministries at Christ Lutheran Church discusses vacation Bible school opportunities. Vacation Bible school is from July 27th to August 1st. Volunteers are needed, so register today.
The Spaeth Brothers Lawn Cutting supports Bexley Public Radio.
Lawn Cutting in Bexley, Berwick and Eastmoor
Spaeth Brothers, Doug and Nick of Bexley, Ohio
The Spaeth Brothers at (614) 323-7779
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