Jamies Carpet Shop: Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger

This High School Football Season, Jamies Carpet Shop will donate $10 to the Second Harvest Foodbank of North Central Ohio for every touchdown scored during a WEOL radio broadcast.

On Thursday Night, the Elyria Catholic Panthers and the Valley Forge Patriots combined for five touchdowns.

Friday night, Midview and Avon followed up that performances with 9 touchdowns in their game.

With those scores added to the grand total, this season $550 has been acquired for the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio.

This week we once again feature two games on AM930. Join us on Thursday night to hear how much Elyria High School and Shaker Heights add to the total, then on Friday night, Cleveland Heights takes on Lorain. Both games hit the air waves at 6:30pm.

Every week we will update the season total right here on WEOL.com.

WEOL Football Schedule Week of 9/25

Four games come your way on AM930 and WEOL.com this Week. All games begin at 6:30pm. To hear the Clevleand Clinic Gridiron Clash or the Tri-C Median County Match-Up Click on the games below.

Thursday Cleveland Clinic Gridiron Clash

AM930/Stream 1 – Shaker Heights @ Elyria

Friday Cleveland Clinic Gridiron Clash

AM930/Stream 1 – Cleveland Heights @ Lorain

Stream 2 – Olmsted Falls @ Amherst

Tri-C Medina County Match-Up

Stream 3: Wellington @ Buckeye

20th Annual L’Amour du Vin

Join  WEOL and the Arthritis Foundation on Wednesday, September 27th from 6-9pm at Avon Oaks Country Club for the 20th Annual L’Amour du Vin.

This is Lorain County’s premier food & wine event. Attendees will have the opportunity to indulge in fine wines and delectable cuisine from the best restaurants from Lorain County & Cleveland’s west side!

WEOL’s Tim Alcorn will emcee the event, while Craig Adams brings you live updates during the social on AM930.

Tickets are $75 for general admission. For $95 you can get access to the VIP lounge which features an extended menu of food and cocktails. The event will also feature a silent auction, raffle and much more.

Get more information on tickets and sponsorship by visiting www.arthritis.org/lamour

2017 Spotlight on Elyria now On Demand

The Morning Show and Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon were on location Sept. 11- Sept.13 for the 2017 Spotlight on Elyria.

On Monday and Tuesday morning the WEOL Morning Show was live from Hazel’s Family Restaurant on Cleveland Street from 7am -9am. Bruce and Craig spoke with local politicians, Elyria School administration and local business owners to giving you the best view of the city.

On Wednesday, we shined the spotlight on the afternoon, as Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon went live from the Foundry Kitchen and Bar on Broad Street. During the show they talked with members of Elyria Public Library, and found out what people can expcet when they hit his years Apple Festival.

To hear all the interviews from this years Spotlight on Elyria, click on the image to the left.


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