Bob Nutzhorn, Galesburg Christian School Administrator Joined us to talk about the school’s 14th Annual Auction.
Galesburg Christian School is hosting their 14th Annual Auction, Saturday April 26, at Calvary Assembly of God Church on Linwood Road. The doors open @ 11am. This one of their two biggest fundraisers of the year. GCS Senior Administrator Bob Nutzhorn joined us on the WGIL Morning News to talk about the auction and some other events, as well as some changes in their pre-school program.
Stone Alley Books & Collectibles owner Ben ‘Stone’ Stomberg joined us to talk about World Book Night.
Stone Alley Books & Collectibles is one of 2,300 bookstores and libraries across America supporting World Book Night. It’s a campaign to provide free books to light or non-readers. We discussed this event as well as Free Comic Book Day with Stone Alley owner Ben ‘Stone’ Stomberg on the WGIL Morning News.
Mark Rudolph and Megan Kennedy of KCCDD joined us to talk about their 9th Annual Auction.
KCCDD will be hosting their 9th Annual Charity Auction this Saturday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Galesburg. This year’s theme is “Spring Break in Florida”. CEO Mark Rudolph and Director of Development Megan Kennedy joined us with details on the WGIL Morning News.
Karen Brophy has run the Boston Marathon & is preparing for the New York City Marathon.
Today is Boston Marathon Day, one year after the tragic bombings. We talked with Galesburg native Karen Brophy about her experience running in Boston on the WGIL Morning News. Karen is foregoing the Boston race this year and is currently in training for the New York City Marathon. Included in her training will be a half marathon in Des Moines next weekend. She may return to Boston next year.
Peter Weber is a long time NHL color and play-by-play announcer with stops in LA, Buffalo and currently the television play-by-play announcer of the Nashville Predators. It all started here in Galesburg. He is a graduate of Costa and the University of Notre Dame. We talked with Pete about his journey as well as the NHL playoffs on the WGIL Morning News.
There was hope that the Silver Streak baseball and softball teams would get to play some home games this season. Mother nature decided not to cooperate and the decision was made collectively that the new facilities will not be ready before the end of the season. We talked about this as well as the other spring sports with GHS Athletic Director Ralph Henning on the WGIL Morning News.
We’ll talked with local film makers Mike Patterson & Mike Carlson of Two Matts Productions about their upcoming sequel.
Filming will begin soon on a new zombie movie with much of the shoot to take place in Galesburg. “Earth Day 2″ shooting locations include Sandburg Mall. Mike Patterson and Mike Carlson, owners of Two Matts Productions, talked about the upcoming production and how they got their start on the WGIL Morning News.
Knox student Mickella Duffy-Webb and fraternity adviser Neil Unger joined us to talk about the annual Alpha Phi Omega Runathon on the WGIL Morning News.
The Knox College Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity holds a runathon for a local charity each year. This year’s event will take place May 2-May 3 from 3p-3p. The proceeds will benefit Blessings in a Backpack. Knox student Mickella Duffy-Webb is a sophomore elementary education major from Colorado Springs. She talks about her involvement with APO and the fraternities’ involvement in the community.
Galesburg High School graduate Chad Johnson joined us recently to talk about his pro baseball career.
Chad Johnson is a 2012 graduate of GHS. He played baseball and basketball for the Silver Streaks. Chad had a scholarship offer to play baseball at Illinois State but was drafted by the Kansas City Royals. He is currently playing catcher with their Class A affiliate, the Lexington Legends in Lexington, KY.