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in the 'Berry"
Summer with judges
Sonny Ringer, Dr. John
Thompson and Beth Hipp at a
previous June Dairy Month
Ice Cream Churn-Off.
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Hour Hostess Sue Summer
talks with a couple of residents
at Springfield Place.
mornings 9:15-10:00 AM
"Geneology Guys" Info:
After Sue Summer's interview on Thursday (07/21/16) with the "genealogy guys," some listeners may be interested in how to find the books or the free podcasts. Here's that info:
Aha! Seminars, Inc., is at http://ahaseminars.com
The Genealogy Guys Podcast and the new one, Genealogy Connection, are at http://genealogyguuys.com
Most recent books are:
Organize Your Genealogy: Strategies and Solutions for All Researchers by Drew Smith
How to Do Everything: Genealogy (4th edition)
by George G. Morgan
Advanced Genealogy Research Techniques
by George G. Morgan and Drew Smith
The books are all available at Amazon.com in softcover and in Kindle format.
Show Ideas? We want to hear them!
Please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any Coffee Hour Show ideas that you may have!
Monday – Newberry County Public Library
All other Mondays – On the Move with Margaret 9:30 AM
1st Wednesday – Newberry College
2nd Friday – 2nd Friday Book Club
2nd Thursday – Live from Springfield Place
3rd Wednesday – Newberry County School District
Wednesday following 2nd Tuesday – Mayor Ed Kyzer*
* (sometimes same day as School Board)
4th Thursday – WKDK Road Trip
Margaret is hostess for "On the Move With Margaret" on
the Monday morning "Coffee Hour" each week. Margaret is
retired from 25 years of business administration and public relations.
She's a graduate of Limestone College in Gaffney, and also attended
Kings Business University in Charlotte, NC. Overall, she has about
15 years of broadcasting experience. Margaret's a parent with one
daughter and two grandchildren, who live in Texas. She is the guardian
caretaker of three canines and one feline companions, which make
up a family in their Newberry home. Her favorite song is "To
God Be the Glory," and The Lettermen are her favorite singing
group. She's proud to say that the Bible is her favorite book, and
her hobbies include mental and physical fitness.
Curtis Loftis, Director of State of SC Office on Aging, visited
Newberry during Older Americans Month as guest for WKDK to kick
off Older Americans Month for the month of May. He presented Margaret
Brackett with a recogition certificate honoring her as Senior of
the Day during the Senate and House of Representatives session.
Lt. Governor Andre Bauer presented Mrs. Brackett to the legislators.
is our Tuesday morning hostess for the "Coffee Hour," and
she is the Executive Director of the Newberry Opera House. In fact,
she began hosting the "Coffee Hour" about five years ago
when "Mr. C interviewed me about the Opera House, and I never
left!" Deborah has been to many places around the world,
but she says that her "most memorable moment" was actually
coming to Newberry. "Of all the places in the world that
I have lived, I am proud and grateful to truly call Newberry home,"
she says. And we're all certainly glad she's here! Tune in to Deborah
and the Tuesday morning "Coffee Hour" on WKDK!
Davis Summer is Newberry born, Newberry bred--and when she dies,
she'll be Newberry dead (ie, buried in Rosemont)! She attended Newberry
County public schools (NHS, '70) and had the great, good fortune
to be in English classes taught by Mrs. Marty Mathis and Mrs. Dot
Epting. From them, she learned much about grammar and good humor,
and from NHS band director, Miss Lorraine Paris, she learned much
about diligence and the importance of being prompt.
Sue and her
husband, Henry ("a lawyer/financial planner/and
all-around nice guy!") have three "grown-up and wonderfully
entertaining children": Walter Munson, Janie, and Buffy. She also is now a grandmother to Elle, who was born at 12:40 on December 6, 2010!
addition to her success as a writer (selected by "The State"
newspaper as one of its first community columnists and two-time
winner of the SC Fiction Project), Sue has co-hosted the Thursday
morning "Coffee Hour" on WKDK for several years. During
June Dairy Month, Sue and Andy Hawkins pulled off the first-ever
cheese carve-off of Newberry landmarks and "hysterical sites!"
She once actually made an Easter basket "on-the-air" and
on the 80th birthday of legendary fiddler, Pappy Sherrill, Sue helped
host a birthday party for him at the station with "Aunt Polly's
Cold Oven Pound Cake." Tune in to Sue Summer and the "Coffee
Hour"--Thursdays on WKDK!
Andy is our Friday morning "Coffee Hour" hostess, and
a monthly reporter of the Newberry County Memorial Hospital (NCMH)
board meetings (incidentally, Andy is Public Relations Representative
of NCMH). She and her husband, Mike, have two children--Heather
and Quentin; and in her spare time, she enjoys reading, listening
to music, gardening, and traveling. In addition to her trip to Italy
with her mother to visit her daughter, Heather, one of her most
"memorable moments" has been the opportunity to interview
Stella Stellini for WKDK.