Focus on the Family: Humility in Conflict

Today on the Morning Thing, we talked about how a little humility goes a long way. This article is aimed at married couples, but these are some great tips for every aspect of your life! Check out this great article by Dr. Greg Smalley HERE! As always, thanks for listening!

Are you ready for Easter?

Today, The Morning Thing shared ideas for Easter 2019.
We shared ideas on food, baskets and decorating. Check out these fun and yummy ideas from www.goodhousekeeping.com

Click HERE for decorating tips for your Easter Eggs. Once your eggs are dipped, dyed, and decorated, add them to your Easter basketstable decorations, or floral centerpieces. Your house is looking more colorful — and festive — already.

Click HERE for 60 Mix-and-Match Easter Dinner Menus. YUMMY!

Click HERE for 25 Seriously Creative Easter Gift Ideas for Kids.

Click HERE for Easter decorating ideas. 30 Gorgeous Easter Wreaths You Can Keep Up All Spring

Happy Easter from The Morning Thing and WNZR!

Spring Cleaning Doesn’t Have to be Hard!

The birds are chirping, the weather is warm! You know what that means! SPRING CLEANING! But it doesn’t have to be such a chore! On the Morning Thing, we shared some cleaning hacks to get your house looking nice and smelling fresh in no time! Check it out HERE! As always, thanks for listening!

The Morning Thing Fave 5 celebrates reading!

We are celebrating National Library Week with our Morning Thing Fave 5 by sharing our favorite books! Visit your library, pick out a good book and get ready for some adventure!

Listen in to find out what our co-hosts love to read.

Daria Swisher

Daria Swisher

Hunter 2

Hunter Sutyak

Marcy in studio

Marcy Rinehart

Trevor 2

Trevor Moore

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(and guest co-host) Wesley Boston

New Directions hosts their annual Dinner and Celebration Benefit

New Directions, the Domestic Abuse Shelter and Rape Crisis Center of Knox County held their annual Dinner and Celebration Benefit on Thursday night, 4/11/19.

Executive Director, Lori Jones-Perkins shared how the money raised from this event will support the organization. She also shared some award winners and goals for 2019.
Click HERE to hear her conversation with WNZR’s Abigail Brown.

Several awards were given out.
Chloe Merriman, a Senior from Centerburg received the Volunteer Award for her exceptional service with TAC – the Teen Advisory Council. She has served with TAC for all 4 years of high school.

The Mary Hendrickson Award recognizes outstanding, long-term commitment to the organization and honors the late founder and director of New Directions. This year’s award was presented to Pat Keane, who has an extensive history with the organization and was part of the founding team that helped to create the outreach.

Lori shared that the top goal for New Directions in 2019 is ongoing community education.

For more information about New Directions of Knox County, go to their website, newdirectionsshelter.org

 

WNZR will be at the Franklin United Brethren Church’s Easter Extravaganza!

This Saturday WNZR is going on the road to join the Franklin United Brethren Church in New Albany for their Easter Extravaganza!

The Easter Extravaganza is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be over 40 vendors inside and outside the church. Food and Drinks will also be available for purchase. The Easter Bunny will be there to take pictures with the kids. The first 50 kids to see the Easter Bunny will also get a stuffed bunny! There will also be an Easter Egg Hunt at 11 a.m. with over 300 filled eggs!

WNZR had a chance to talk with Pastor Mike Brown about the event. You can listen to that conversation HERE. The Franklin United Brethren Church is located at 7171 Central College Road in New Albany.

WNZR will be broadcasting live at the Easter Extravaganza from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information about the event, call 740-358-8516 or visit the Franklin United Brethren website.

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