Dr. Karen Kramer Diamond Chat

Hear what is happening on the Softball and Baseball fields in Lorain County with WEOL’s Tim Alcorn and the Chronicle Telegram’s Shaun Bennett on the latest edition of the Dr. Karen Kramer Diamond Chat.


2018 Taste of Elyria

Enjoy Local cuisine and support the American Heart Association’s Lorain County Heart Walk this Wednesday, April 18 at the Second Annual Taste of Elyria.

The event takes place from 4pm to 7pm at the Life Care Center of Elyria and will feature restaurants and other food services from around Lorain County.

Tickets are $10 each, and can be picked up at Life Care Center of Elyria and select locations in Lorain County.

Before you come to A Taste of Elyria, make sure to tune into AM930 and WEOL.com as Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon broadcast live from the event starting at 3pm. During the Show Bull and Matt will talk with restaurant owners from the area, employees of Life Care Center of Elyria and others.

The fun gets started Wednesday, at 3pm on WEOL, and from 4pm – 7pm for A Taste of Elyria at Life Care Center of Elyria.


Three Score and More

 

Ageism is one of the last accepted forms of bias in the work place, but it has been proven wrong time and again, with many examples of people forced to retire at 65 who are actually at the top of their game.

On the WEOL Morning Show, Alan Weiss, Author of the new book, “Three Score and More” joined Craig and Bruce to talk about the importance of having older men and women in the workforce.

Hear what Weiss had to say, and get tips for staying fresh and powerful in the work force at an older age.


Bringing light to those without

Brian Barr and 17 members of Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives recently took a trip to Guatemala on a mission to bring electricity to two small impoverished villages.

During the trip, Barr served as the project’s documentarian, taking photos and video of the groups effort.

While there, the group constructed distribution lines and installed all electrical services, meters, main panels and internal wiring to more than 140 households in the villages of Las Tortugas and San Jorge.

As a part of the project, each household also received a water filtration system, so the residents no longer have to boil the water before cooking with it or drinking.

After returning to the States, Brian joined the WEOL Morning Show and told us about his trip to Guatemala.

 




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