Elyria’s New Superintendent, Ann Schloss

On Jan. 29th, the Elyria School Board announced that associate superintendent Ann Schloss would be the school systems new superintendent.

Schloss is a 25-year veteran educator who has served her entire career in Elyria Schools. much of it as director of academic services.

Schloss replaces Dr. Thomas Jama who stepped down from the position for medical reasons. Jama was reassigned to the tile of Assistant Superintendent.

During Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon, Bull and Matt caught up with the school systems new super and spoke to hear about her new position and her passion for the school system. Take a listen below.


University Hospitals: You and Your Health

Monday through Friday at 5:15pm during Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon join the University Hospital segment focusing on your health.  Doctors and staff of University Hospitals will offer up great health advice on the University Hospitals Elyria Medical Center: You and Your Health segment. To hear what the experts have to say, visit our archive page by clicking the image above.


John Basalla on Musical Artist Lost in 2018

Every year, The WEOL Morning show welcomes in our friend John Basalla from WBWC to talk about the musicians and singers we lost in the previous year.

From Vic Damone, the Vogues Bill Burkette and legendary voice Aretha Franklin, John talks about them all and plays samples of their music.

Take a listen to the segment at the link below. Artists

 


2018 Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger Check Presentation

The Check Presentation from Jamie’s Carpet Shop to the Second Harvest Food Bank during Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon in Amherst. Pictured from Left to right: WEOL’s Andy “Bull” Barch, Second Harvest Food Bank’s Susan Bartosch, Jamie’s Carpet shop’s Chris Zeitler and WEOL’s Matt Douglass

The Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio has a little more money in the bank today.

It comes courtesy of Jamie’s Carpet shop, who teamed up with WEOL for the Touchdowns to Tackle Hunger Campaign during the High School Football Season.

For the second straight season, Jamie’s Carpet Shop donated $10 to the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio for every touchdown scored during a WEOL radio broadcast

On Dec. 4 During Bull’s Eye on the Afternoon live in Amherst,  Chris Zeitler of Jamie’s Carpet shop  and Susan Bartosch of the Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio got together for the check presentation.  This year $1,080 was given to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Listen here to find out how much Second Harvest Food Bank can do with this money ,and why Chris Zeitler decided this campaign was perfect for Jamie’s Carpet Shop




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