July 3rd cookout at Super One Foods in Marquette, MI on Friday, July 3rd, 2015Friday, July 3rd, 2015 Super One Foods, Marquette, MI – It was time to celebrate at Super One Foods in Marquette, MI! The Fourth of July was nearly upon us when Major Discount and Bill Tibor were at Super One Marquette for their annual July 3rd cookout. You could find everything you ever wanted for your ideal cookout at Super One Foods, and The Major, joined by Bill Tibor, was there to bring all of the fun to you live!

The tables outside of Super One Foods were filled with the best meat, thanks to the amazing meat department at Super One, which could be smelled cooking for miles around. The smell of cooking steak and brats drew people in from all over, including the returning Adam Carpenter, host of the Adam Carpenter Outdoor Show.

Besides all the select meat, USDA steaks, and brats available, there was a great selection of fresh produce, and there were even icy cold beverages to help keep everyone cool! They have fresh sweet corn, fresh fruit, and only the freshest steaks for your 4th of July! They even donated the proceeds from the cookout to the Janzen House in Marquette, which helps fight homelessness in our area!

Super One Foods in Marquette is your one stop shop for everything this Fourth of July! Stop by and pick up something from their amazing store! They have a selection of 23 different kinds of brats for you to choose, so everyone can find something they like!

We hope you had an amazing time with Bill and The Major, and a special thanks goes out to Super One Foods and Great Lakes Radio! Without them, none of this would have been possible!

Check out the links below to hear all of Major Discount’s interviews with the staff and customers at Super One Foods in Marquette!

Major Discount talks with manager Ed about all the amazing savings

Bill Tibor and The Major salivate over the smell of beef cooking outside of Super One Foods

Michelle and Major Discount talk about all the family-friendly fun

The Major and Adam Carpenter, of AC Outdoors on GLR, talk about Adam’s returning show

Pete and the Major talk about the 23 different kinds of brats available at Super One Foods

Ed and Major Discount talk about donations to the Janzen House and fresh fruit at the store

Regional manager Robert talks with the Major about all the fun at Super One Foods in Marquette

Major Discount and store manager Ed talk about the $5.00 steak sandwich and pop fundraiser deal

Pete and his family are interviewed by Major Discount about all the great food

Super One Foods in Marquette is a super store that helps charity

Bryn Koivula from Super One Foods meat department talk with Major Discount

 

this week i have been playing an interview i had with sheriff Hughes concerning the up coming informational program on the meth problem here in Alger county. We discussed the dangers of meth and the fact that these guys are throwing  the waste onto the road side. Those groups who are picking  up the roadsides are at risk. He said that the meth makers prefer green pop or gator ade bottles. The program is the 13th of May at the high school gym at 6 p.m. iIf you are involved with the adopt a highway program please plan to attend and even if not you need to be informed. thank you george

ROCKTOBERFEST SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES OCTOBER...
Munising Annual RocktoberFest
ROCKTOBERFEST
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
OCTOBER 5TH 2012

3:00 – Gates Open with face painting, bounce house, Bavarian food & beer
4:30 – 5:00 Kids Bavarian Costume Contest
5:00 – 5:30 Wicker (featuring Heather McNally) Live
5:30 – 6:00 Weiner Race
6:00 – 6:30 Stumble Out Live
6:30 – 7:00 Hot Dog Eating Contest
7:00 – 7:30 Flitch Live
7:30 – 8:00 Beer Stein Endurance Contests
8:00 – 9:30 Gator & The River Boys Live
9:30 – 10:00 Bavarian King & Queen Contest
10:00 – 11:30pm NUDGE Live
*In between all live bands there will be a DJ spinning traditional Bavarian style Polka Music

Munising Public Schools
2012 Fall School Calendar

August 29-30 – Teacher Professional Development Days

September 3 – Labor Day

September 4 – First Day of School

November 2 – 1st Marking Period Ends

November 8 – Parent/Teacher Conferences – No school for students

November 9 – No School

November 21-23 – Thanksgiving Break

November 26 – Return from Thanksgiving Break

December 20-January 1 – Christmas Break

Dave Wiegand is our New Game Room Giveaway Winner!

Ishpeming, Michigan — WOW, another wonderful and exciting giveaway with the Rec Depot and AM 1400 WQXO True Oldies turns out another huge success! The party began at 6pm at the Country Lanes & Entertainment Center in the Country Village in Ishpeming Thursday night. PLENTY of smiling faces, lots of fun activities (especially the games of pool) under the supervision of Major Discount and Walt Lindala!

Mama Russo’s filled up everyone with their delicious sausage and brats, Labatt Blue and Labatt Blue Lite served up the cold beverages, and Great Lakes Radio and The Rec Depot served up a $5,000 New Game Room to Dave Wiegand of Marquette!

Like all of our giveaways, I’m always amazed by how well and organized they turn out, and this one was no exception! I’d like to personally thank everyone involved with the New Game Room Giveaway with the Rec Depot and Great Lakes Radio.

A HUGE congratulations goes to Dave Wiegand of Marquette–the winner of the $5,000 New Game Room! Stay tuned to AM 1400 WQXO True Oldies for our next giveaway with the Rec Depot–your chance to win a Hot Tub begins on Friday!

Dayspring Stables is presenting a family fun day June 16 starting at 11AM to 2 PM. This is  a new ministry that features the scripture wheel (memorize John 3:116) and ride this big wheel., horse rides, treasure hunt, petting zoo, face painting, hay wagon ride, pony and cart ride, clowns. There will be free food, water balloon games, and a family show. If you listened to the interview you know that  these folks just want to show Christ and help people work through things using horses as  the catharsis. Come on out and join the fun. see ya there george

Saturday the 19th Hiawathaland District, Bay Lakes Council will be hosting a charity golf tournament. This will be at the Red Fox Run Golf Course. It is a 4 person  scramble. Cost is $75.00 per person which includes 18 holes of golf, cart, lunch and prizes.Start is 10 o’clock shotgun start. There will be a silent auction as well. for more information contact Mike Alberts at 906-748-0764. or Michael. Alberts @scouting.org.

All proceeds go to help fund scouting programs, such as camps and outings.

Snowflake Review

Friday evening I had the privilege of  attending the one man performance of “Snowflake”. Gayle LaJoye was spectacular in portraying his character of a once, local known individual. Gayle’s pantomime performance  kept our attention riveted towards the stage waiting for the next antic.

This play surely contained every quality description  that the press release said it would present plus so much more. I have never seen a stage play before and I would definitely go see this performance again. If you missed it you owe it to yourself to find out where the next performance  will be and go see it. You won’t be disappointed, I wasn’t.

Thanks to the Munising Bay Arts Association and the Harger family for bringing this classic here to our town. george

Gayle Lajoyie's Snowflake

Yesterday and today we ran an interview with Kelly and Kathy. Kelly runs a rescue shelter for small dogs and Kathy is the new manager of the Alger Animal Shelter. These ladies were involved in a recent rescue of over 350 dogs from a puppy mill gone real bad.

Some of the animals died, others were weak, malnourished, and diseased. They were infested with every parasite you can think of and some you can’t.  Some of the rescued dogs were brought up here for placement in good homes. We discussed what can be done about these mills which are just breeding nightmare, and how to get involved.

Please,  if you missed this interview,  look it up on the interview archives and listen to what these ladies had to say. Thank you. george

Today I played an interview with Ruth Snyder of the Lions Club here in Munising. They are having a 75th Anniversary Celebration at Sydney’s this Saturday, May 5th from 5 to 9.  Ruth shared some of the history of the Lions Club: discussing when and how the Lions started here and what kind of activities and events they sponsor. If you missed it, you can go to the interview archives and play it. She is always a delightful personality to interview and very compassionate about the Lions club. george

Munising Lions

George in the Morning

Senator Tom Casperson talked with me on my show this morning, discussing several topics. During my interview with Senator Casperson I learned the following:

1. The budget is not cast in stone yet, so the resident unit officer (RUO) and perimeter response vehicle (PRV) are still on hold even though the Department of Corrections (DOC) has pulled them they can still be brought back. It is important write your senator and the Governor and let them know how you feel.

2. We learned a lot about how the DNR just took it upon themselves to destroy the businesses of the hog farmers who were promoting hog hunting in Michigan on fenced in ranches. He also told us how the DNR deceived the public by using Texas as an  example of how the pigs destroyed the land.  Texas brought in the pigs and turned them loose. in Michigan they were managed on fenced in farms.

3.  We heard how the schools have turned their focus totally on getting young people ready for college, when in fact, not everybody does well in college. We have taken the trades out of education and left those talented youth high and dry with no place to go or training to market.

The interview will be in the archives soon if you missed our program. george

There will be a supervised prescription med disposal available on April 20th  and 21st from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  at the Senior Center, located on  208 Superior Street in Munising.

If you have unused medication either prescription or over the counter, you can dispose of them for free. This  controlled disposal is intended to change older habits of dumping them in the toilet or placing them in private garbage because they will eventually end up in our public water supply.

It is spring cleaning time so let’s clean our medicine chest out. Also the Lions will be collecting used glasses and hearing aids.  If you are a senior citizen, you can get free transportation from ALTRAN.

Thanks for your cooperation george

Ruth Snyder from the Munising Lion’s Club talked about the drug collection disposal with George in the Morning. You can listen to their discussion from our archive HERE.

This week we have Munising Weslyan Church with Pastor Rob Tripp. his message is titled “Consider Jesus. I am sure that you will fid this an insightful and inspiring, thought provoking message.

God bless and see ya back on 1400 at 7 am Monday morning.

This morning I was surprised by Jason Allen, who is the State Director of Veteran Affairs in Michigan.

Michigan Office

We discussed the returning female vets, who now number 17% of our total vets coming home. It is Jason’s goal to make our vets aware of the benefits due them as Michigan is still behind all the other states and the 2 territories in the utilization of these benefits.

 

 

Hope you enjoyed this live interview. george

Grand Knight Pepper VanLandschoot of K of C  Council 2804 would like to thank the following businesses:  Glen’s Market, Bob’s IGA, Peoples State Bank,  Munising Community Credit Union, and Pamida along with Sacred Heart Church.

Through the generosity of the Munising area residents, $1200.00 was raised for the special children of the  Munising area. Special thanks to the Knights of Columbus and their family members for their involvement, plus a special thanks to the Munising area residents for your continued generosity and support.