WSGW Morning Team:   March 15, 2024  (Friday)

It’s the WSGW Friday Morning Team with YOU and Charlie and Mike and Jonathan  –  presented  by Paint Bull in Saginaw…..






Charlie and Mike and Jonathan and YOU:     The nominees for the World Video Game Hall of Fame have been announced and You can cast your vote for elections…..

Click this Link to Vote…..

Evyn Morgan/The Strong via AP)

Image of the 12 finalists, all game box covers





Charlie and Mike and Jonathan and YOU:     Three job openings exist at the world’s southernmost post office called the “Penguin Post Office”…..

Click for Link to Find Out More About the Jobs at Antartica’s “Penguin Post Office”

PHOTO:     Rob Oo via Wikimedia Commons under CC BY 2.0  (Penguins surround the post office at Port Lockroy, a British outpost on Goudier Island)

Penguins and the post office





Charlie and Mike and Jonathan and YOU:     Could Pythons be farmed in the future for food…..




Events and Activities…..





Charlie and Mike and Jonathan and Art and YOU:     It’s almost like having Dolly Parton cooking in the kitchen with you in person…..

PHOTO:     Lodge

Dolly Parton Lodge Cast Iron Skillets






Charlie and Mike and Jonathan and YOU:     The FDA makes an important announcement about frozen cherry PIE on PI day yesterday…..






March 14 (UPI) — An Australian berry company broke a Guinness World Record by growing a Ping-Pong-sized berry that weighs .72 ounce.   A Guinness adjudicator examined the blueberry grown by Costa Berries in Corindi, New South Wales, and confirmed it was the world’s heaviest blueberry.

Brad Hocking, head of the team that grew the berry, said it was picked in November last year and kept frozen while the company communicated with Guinness World Records.   The blueberry is the new Eterna variety developed by Costa Berries.

Hocking said his team hasn’t decided what to do with the record-breaking berry.   “We all look at it occasionally and smile,” he told the Australian Broadcasting Corp. “I don’t think a smoothie would be the right fate for it.”

PHOTO:     Costa Berrie

Australia-based Costa Berries broke a Guinness World Record by growing a blueberry that weighed .72 ounce. Photo courtesy of Costa Berries













(AP Video/Cody Jackson)

World War II veteran Harold Terens, 100, right, and Jeanne Swerlin, 96, share a laugh as they speak during an interview, Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024, in Boca Raton, Fla. Terens will be honored by France as part of the country's 80th anniversary celebration of D-Day. In addition, the couple will be married on June 8 at a chapel near the beaches where U.S. forces landed. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee)





New Rocket Grab Plus Launch for YOU…..






New WSGW OnLine Poll for YOU…..






Now Through March 22…..  Your Chance to Win a $1000 Gift Certificate to the Participating Business of Your Choice…..







WSGW, along with our sister station 94.5 The Moose, honor the United States of America with the “Pledge Kid”, presented by Dan Dan the Mattress Man!

Each weekday after the 7am news, the WSGW Morning Team with Charlie and Mike and Jonathan will play a recording of the Pledge of Allegiance from a school age kid.

Click the link to find out how to submit your kid reciting the pledge!

Here is the Pledge Kid(s) for March 15, 2024…..

Tucker, 5th Grade, Kawkawlin







WSGW and our Sister Station, 94.5 The Moose, have teamed up with Forward to Honor Teachers…..

Forward Fuels Classrooms:   Vote for Your Favorite Teacher

Each Month, January – May, Listeners can nominate Teachers they believe should be chosen as “Teacher of the Month”

A Teacher will be chosen in a random drawing to win a $100 Gift Card to Forward Convenience Stores

At the end of the school year, the 5 “Teacher of the Month” winners will be placed in a random drawing to Win a Grand Prize…

A Shanty Creek Resort Getaway




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Wake Up Song of the Day:     Van Halen “Jump”.   It’s the Friday Flashback Song!   We “Flash Back” in 10-20-30-40-50-60-70 year increments to find Number One Songs at this time that are still remembered today, along with the artists and groups that perform.   Or, Number One Songs that are long forgotten, along with the artists and groups that perform.   Forty years ago in 1984, Van Halen reached #1 for the only time on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.   “Jump” was the lead single from the album “1984” and it spent 5 weeks on top.   The song was different for Van Halen as it was driven by a keyboard riff, not guitar riff.   The song was recorded at Eddie Van Halen’s newly constructed home studio.   The track was put down in the middle of the night.   David Lee Roth wrote lyrics that afternoon in the backseat of his Mercury convertible.  



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