Hey, everyone, good morning and welcome to a Saturday morning edition of A&M in the AM with host, Alan Sanders. Today, in our first hour, we’ll talk about Youth Leadership, football jamboree and anything else that is of interest to our listeners who call into the program.
In our second hour, we will be joined by Stacey Bern, owner and CEO of A Touch of Magic Costumes. She is a costumer and costumer design for stage and screen and will talk to us about her career and her business. For those who came to see the Grand Theatre’s production of “Beauty and the Beast” or went to Tellus Science Museum’s “Night at the Museum V”, you have seen the kind of work she does.
Then, in hour three, Charles Depp joins us for AM Car Help, a show dedicated for anyone who owns a vehicle, but may not be a mechanic themselves. We’ll give you tips and hints on how to keep your car running smooth and give you a sanity check on what might be wrong if you are experiencing trouble. We also tell you how to avoid being scammed by some of the shops out there who work in volume and not necessrily quality.
Plus Fox News at the top of every hour, GNN statewide headlines at the bottom and award winning local news in between. When it comes to radio, why would you choose to go anywhere else? Winner of the GABBY for Radio Station of the Year and Community Service Radio Station of the Year, it’s AM 1450 WBHF.