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I have been doing radio since the days of 45's and mullets! I grew up in Columbus and attended Saint Francis DeSales High School and THE Ohio State University.
My wife Ann is a Pre-School Teacher in the Marion City Schools and we have two teenaged sons.
As far as what we do when I'm not on the radio, we play! I am a cyclist, camper and we do Scouting! My teams are The Buckeyes, Browns, Reds & Indians. I also love rock music and it's production, computers, listening to baseball games on my deck. We are active in many community and church activities.
Paul and Ann
This Sunday, the City of Marion will officially open the Bike Route with a 1pm Ribbon Cutting at McKinley Park, next to the Hospital. The trail is pretty cool and I have ridden it several times. There will also be ride on the route from a few miles to the entire loop of 10 miles.
I recently started a Cycling Blog of my riding adventures and wrote a story about the route opening. You can read it here: http://wp.me/p3Ea7b-x
I hope to see you on Sunday at 1pm, with your family!
You Just gotta wonder what this means? They should know that this is not Hinckley, Ohio nor is it March 15th. But apparently the Buzzards (Turkey Vultures) have returned to the tower next door!
We'll mark the calendar for June 18, 2014 to see if they return!
If you're looking for me on Sunday evenings for the next 9 weeks, I'll probably be at McKinley Park in Marion for the "Concerts In The Park 2013". They start at 7pm and are FREE (but they appreciate donations to defray the costs). Bring your lawn chair and a picnic or, like we do, a big bag of freshly popped corn!
The series is produced by The Marion Concert Band, where Bill Swihart is the director.
Heres the schedule:
June 16: The Marion Concert Band (Another Op'nin')
June 23: The Palace Theater Big Band (In The Mood)
June 30: Presidential Brass (Classy but Brassy)
July 7: Marion Concert Band (Happy Birthday, USA)
July 14: Northside Jazz Band (Original Dixieland)
July 21: The Fountainaires (Sing and Swing)
July 28: The Marionaires (Barbershop Harmony)
August 4: The Marion Concert Band (Summertime!)
August 11: The John Kennedy Orchestra (Thanks for the Memories)
This is our new St. Francis of Asissi statue for our yard. My wife and I bought it at the St. Peter's Festival Auction on Saturday. It weighs close to 80 pounds!
But a Virginia man is grumpy because someone went into his yard when he was sleepy – and stole one of the Seven Dwarfs figures he keeps there for decoration.
Ron Waterman says he spent nine months cleaning, repairing and
repainting the concrete lawn ornaments before placing them out – but just a few days later, someone sneaky and stealthy came around and made off with the statue of Bashful, along with the dwarf house at the center of the display. He figures the dopey act was committed by a group, since the house alone weighed in at 400 pounds.
Waterman has left the remaining six dwarfs in the yard, along with
a sign that reads: "Please return my dwarf. No questions asked. If I find it on your property, I will call the law."
I have been to many professional baseball games and have never come close to catching a ball, this young fan was hoping on outfielder would toss them a foul ball... not so fast, fan #1:
It's National Donut Day and Chocolate Ice Cream Day! I try not to partake in either on a regular basis, but in moderation... Everything is Good! My buddy Roger Ruth from Modern Woodmen of America stopped by with the loot!
Here's my Photo Album, if you're interested.
For the next week, I'll be giving away these tickets to see New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees and Boyz II Men at the Schott. Be listening for the 7:20am giveaway to win!!
To register to win online, CLICK HERE!