Just popping in to introduce Weko Harbor’s number one disc jockey, Joss Monroe. Technically, he’s Weko Harbor’s only disc jockey – if you don’t count a couple of high school studen who work for him to earn credits toward graduation.
In a quick ‘get to know Joss bio, he’s in his early forties, single (which a few local ladies are hoping to change), and has lived in Weko Harbor since he was a boy. When the lighthouse just north of town, including the radio station and small attached house, went up for sales about fifteen years ago, Joss sold everything he owned – and borrowed a small fortune – to make a dream come true.
Now, he’s going to be joining us here on occasion, or however often I can talk him into it. Hope you enjoy the ‘bits and bobs’ he’ll be sharing with us (I understand his paternal grandparents moved here from the UK). I’m looking forward to the music he’ll be playing for me – and I hope you’ll enjoy getting to know more about Weko Harbor from his perspective.
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Good Evening, Weko Harbor!
So… Kristy says I need to demonstrate my greetings. Mornings, afternoons, and evenings, imagine me sounding like Robin Williams in the clip below. Some people might say I’m copying his style – and they’d be correct. But imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?
Just when you think summer has won the wrestling match with spring, winter jumps back in the ring again. Yes, folks, the National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning overnight, so make sure you bundle the kiddos up when they head off for school in the morning.
In other news, I ran into Craig Butler this afternoon. If you haven’t already seen this week’s ad for Butler’s Butcher Shop, you might want to take a minute and check it out. With Memorial Day fast approaching, and warmer weather just around the corner, I’ll be breaking out my grill soon. So you know with these great prices, I’m going to be stocking up on steaks and burger. You might want to do the same.
Beachy Bargains is also slashing prices on their winter apparel again. If 60% off doesn’t get you lining up at the door tomorrow, I guess you’ll just have to pay full price in September.
And finally, Kristy tells me she needs a little inspiration tonight – and she’s left it to me to provide it. So settle back, get comfortable, and close your eyes. And make sure to meet me back here in the morning.