The first full week in August is underway on the WSGW Monday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..







Rescue Ministries of Mid-Michigan “Summer Relief Matching Gift Campaign”

A group of compassionate friends have offered a Matching Challenge gift of $32,000!

That will help provide emergency food, shelter and life-changing help for Mid-Michigan’s neediest men, women and children this summer.

With Your support we can provide an additional 2,100 nights of safe emergency shelter to homeless men, women and children in our area.



Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:     Pat is back after a couple of days off and he enjoyed himself in the northwest area of Michigan (runs 3:09)…..



Tomorrow, Tuesday, August 6  (oops, wrong date on the picture), the FINAL CLOSEST TO THE PIN for the WSGW WinVitational Golf Outing!

You Still Have Time to Register!







Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU:    Tom Brady, at age 42, signs a two-year contract extension (runs 2:06)…..







“Shopping Specialist” Wanted





A man that needs a better money saving plan…..

EUREKA, Calif. (AP) – You’ve heard of people getting cash for their trash.   Here’s a story about a man who had to get his cash FROM the trash.  

It happened in Northern California, where a man accidentally tossed his life savings of $23,000 into a recycling bin.

The man kept the money stuffed in a shoebox, and realized this past Thursday that he had mistakenly chucked away his fortune.   By that time, the recycling bin had been emptied into a truck headed for a sorting facility some 200 miles away.   The facility’s general manager told the Santa Rosa Press-Democrat most of the recyclables from the truck had already been sorted by time they heard about the man’s error, but he asked workers to be on the lookout for the cash-laden shoebox, just the same.

Someone spotted it the next day.   Turns out all but $320 of the money managed to stay in the box through the long journey to the sorting facility.




Wake Up Song of the Day:     The Kinks “Come Dancing“.   Ian Gibbons, keyboardist from 1979-1996, died August 1 at age 67 from bladder cancer.

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