WSGW Morning Team Show:   August 2, 2021  (Monday)

It’s the WSGW Monday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..



Congratulations to Our Week Three, and Final Winner, of a WSGW/Edible Arrangements Summer Picnic Platter:   Christy Rick

Thanks to Everyone Entering this Three Week Contest

Congratulations Again to Our First Two Winners:   Gloria Groll and Kent Timm










IT’S WSGW WINVITATIONAL GOLF TIME! This year, the WSGW WinVitational is TWO golfing opportunites.

FIrst, You can register to play in the WinVitational Four Person Scramble presented by West Side Decorating Center at The Sawmill.

Entry is $50 per person.

Second, You can play in our “Closest to the Pin” contests and win a free foursome to play The Pohlcat in Mt. Pleasant on September 9

(bonus winning prize includes a free foursome in the Four Person Scramble).

The Third and Final “Closest to the Pin” contest is Tuesday, August 3, at Twin Oaks Golf Club, Freeland Road at Hospital Road, in Freeland

 Join us 6:30-9am.  Take three swings at the pin.  Winner is closest ball to the pin at 9am.

PLUS, Your first shot only is a “10,000 Hole In One Shot”, presented by Buck Insurance, Ken Buck and his associates in Freeland.

Click Here for Tickets for the Four Person Scramble









Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     A seemingly strange trade the Detroit Pistons engaged as part of the draft last week, or at least strange to us, what about you (runs 4:41)…..









Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art and YOU:     The Olympic Women’s Doubles Badminton Gold Medal Match was a Classic (runs 3:58)…..









Police in Texas Remove Gator from a Hot Tub  (video)

Police remove trespassing alligator from resident's hot tub







A Six-Year Court Case to Conclude Soon for German Man who was found with a Tank in his Basement (and an anti-aircraft gun and a torpedo and more)

The World War Two era Panther battle tank being made ready for transportation from a 84-year-old's property in Heikendorf, Germany, 02 July 2015.

ARSTEN REHDER/dpa/Getty images








LOS ANGELES (AP) – Little Richard’s longtime drummer has died.   Charles Connor died Saturday while in hospice care in Glendale, California.   Connor’s daughter says he had a disorder that causes fluid to build up in brain.

While best known for playing for Little Richard, Connor also performed with other music greats including James Brown, Jackie Wilson, Sam Cooke, and the original Coaster.

Charles Connor was 86.









Now until September 10, Register for a Chance to Win $500 for YOU and $500 for Your Favorite School or Charity







Wake Up Song of the Day:    Harold Faltermeyer “Axel F“.   It’s a “One Hit Wonder Monday” song!   For our purposes, defined as a singer or group known for only one song to chart on the U.S. Billboard Top 40.   Or, even if a second song is on the chart, it is overwhelmed and generally forgotten because of the success of the “One Hit Wonder”.   In 1985, Harold had a big hit with this song from Beverly Hills Cop.


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