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WSGW Morning Team Show: June 6, 2019 (Thursday)

It’s the 75th Remembrance of D-Day on the WSGW Thursday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..

 

June 6, 1944

 

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After the 6:30 news, our D-Day 75th Remembrance focused on the order issued by General Dwight D. Eisenhower to encourage Allied soldiers taking part in the invasion of “Operation Overlord”  (runs 3:01)…..
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After the 7:30 news, our D-Day 75th Remembrance focused on the evening of June 6, 1944, when President Roosevelt addressed the nation with a prayer  (runs 8:04)…..
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Tomorrow, on the WSGW Friday, June 7 Morning Team Show…..
We will ask you to visit a Saginaw area Tim Hortons Cafe and Bake Shop and make donations to the Saginaw Area Fireworks as you go through the drive through.   You can visit any of the four locations on State Street, on Michigan, on Gratiot, and on Tittabawassee.
Fireworks representatives will collect from 7am – 10am.
Pat Johnston will have a report after the 7:30 news from the Tim Hortons on State Street near Center in Saginaw Township.
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After the 8:30 news, Charlie, Dave, Pat, and Art had stories including (runs 7:46):
  • Bob Seger honored with his named attached to the address of a famous Michigan musical venue
  • GM ready to test airless tires
  • Michigan isn’t the only state that insults Ohio
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Wake Up Song of the Day:    Glenn Miller and His Orchestra “Moonlight Serenade“.   On this 75th Remembrance of D-Day, we offer a World War II era song.   Recorded in 1939, it was a song provided to servicemen on V-Discs (Victory Discs).   In 1944, Glenn Miller issued a new recording with the American Band of the Allied Expeditionary Forces, and this version was played in Germany that year on The Wehrmacht Hour.   Glenn Miller served in World War II and in December 1944, his plane was lost and never found.   He was 40.

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