Friday, April 18, 2014

BIG NEWS!!!


BREAKING NEWS: I AM RECEIVING A AWARD IN MAY FROM THE LEHIGH VALLEY SPORTS HALL OF FAME FOR ALL THE WORK I DO IN THE LEHIGH VALLEY!

TV NEWS APRIL 18

http://blog.sitcomsonline.com/2014/04/the-cw-summer-2014-schedule-sitcom.html

The CW has announced its summer plans. Continuing its commitment to more year-round original programming, The CW announced its schedule for Summer 2014, including the premieres of unscripted docuseries Famous in 12, comedies Backpackers and Seed, magic series Penn & Teller: Fool Us and Masters if Illusion, all-new episodes of Whose Line Is It Anyway? and the return of the fan-favorite drama Beauty and the Best. On Monday, June 2, the hilarious improv comedy Whose Line Is It Anyway? moves to its new night, with original episodes at 8:00pm ET, followed by an encore episode episode at 8:30pm ET. The romantic drama Beauty and the Best returns with original episodes at 9:00pm ET. All-new reality docuseries Famous in 12 premieres Tuesday, June 3 at 8:00pm ET, followed by repeats of Supernatural at 9. The original half-hour comedy Backpackerspremieres Monday, July 14 at 8:30pm ET, following all-new episodes of Whose Line Is It Anyway?. The half-hour comedy Seed premieres Monday, July 14 at 9:30pm ET, following encore episodes of Whose Line Is It Anyway? at 9 when Beauty & the Beast wraps up its batch of new episodes. 

On Penn & Teller: Fool Us, premiering Wednesday, July 30 at 8:00pm ET, aspiring magicians are invited to perform their best trick to try and fool the world-famous team of Penn & Teller. Encores of Arrow will follow a 9pm. Hosted by actor Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman), Masters if Illusion premieres Friday, August 1 at 8:00pm ET with great escapes, fascinating sleight-of-hand and large scale illusions, all in front of a studio audience. Encore episodes of Whose Line Is It Anyway? will air at 8:30pm. 


It's Friday, so it is time for "Sitcom Stars on Talk Shows" for the coming week. This is where we list what sitcom stars are appearing on talk shows for the coming week, the stars are both current and past sitcom stars, so this is for all sitcom fans of all eras!
For the week of April 21-25, 2014, we have many current sitcom stars and past sitcom stars on TV talk shows! All times listed are Eastern. So get your DVRs (or whatever you use) ready! Ready? Here is all what you need to know for the coming week!

BLUE RIDGE TV13 SCHEDULE

SERVICE ELECTRIC TV2 SCHEDULE

Friday, April 18th
No Programming

Saturday, April 19th
7:00pm American Hockey League: Phantoms vs Hershey Bears LIVE
6:30pm High School Baseball: Easton vs Phillipsburg LIVE on Channel 50 in the Lehigh Valley

Sunday, April 20th
No Programming

Monday, April 21st 
3:00pm College Softball: Lebanon Valley College vs DeSales University Game #1 LIVE
4:30pm College Softball: Lebanon Valley College vs DeSales University Game #2 LIVE
6:00pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
6:30pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
7:00pm Service Electric Polka Show
8:00pm The Morning Call’s Calling All Sports with Keith Groller
8:30pm What the Heck Were They Thinking?! with Larry Holmes
9:00pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
9:30pm Chef’s Kitchen
10:00pm Rock Star Kitchen

Tuesday, April 22nd
6:00pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
6:30pm Lehigh Valley IronPigs Pre-Game Show LIVE
7:00pm International League Baseball: Norfolk Tides vs Lehigh Valley IronPigs LIVE

Wednesday, April 23rd
10:30am International League Baseball: Norfolk Tides vs Lehigh Valley IronPigs LIVE
6:00pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
6:30pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
7:00pm International League Baseball: Norfolk Tides vs Lehigh Valley IronPigs

Thursday, April 24th
5:30pm Phillies Nation
6:00pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
6:30pm Lehigh Valley IronPigs Pre-Game Show LIVE 
7:00pm International League Baseball: Norfolk Tides vs Lehigh Valley IronPigs LIVE

Friday, April 25th
6:00pm Lehigh Valley Sports Scene
6:30pm Lehigh Valley IronPigs Pre-Game Show LIVE
7:00pm International League Baseball: Norfolk Tides vs Lehigh Valley IronPigs LIVE

Schedule subject to change without notice Times are approximate due to LIVE events & length of sporting events.

WEEX 1230 SCHEDULE

4/18

IronPigs Baseball @ Scranton-WB

6:35pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/19

IronPigs Baseball @ Scranton-WB

6:35pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/20

IronPigs Baseball @ Scranton-WB

12:35pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/20

MLB: Baltimore @ Boston

7:00pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/13204/21

IronPigs Baseball @ Scranton-WB

6:05pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/22

IronPigs Baseball v. Norfolk

6:35pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/23

ironPigs Baseball v. Norfolk

10:05am, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/24

IronPigs Baseball v. Norfolk

6:35pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/25

IronPigs Baseball v. Norfolk

6:35pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/26

MLB: LA Angels @ NY Yankees

12:00pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/13204/26

IronPigs Baseball v. Pawtucket

6:05pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/27

IronPigs Baseball v. Pawtucket

1:05pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/27

MLB: LA Angels @ NY Yankees

7:00pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/13204/28

IronPigs Baseball v. Pawtucket

6:35pm, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com4/29

IronPigs Baseball v. Pawtucket

10:05am, at ESPN Radio 1230/1320 & ESPNLV.com

Friday!


Attention:

Due to the Easter Holiday there will be NO E-Mail Friday April 18, 2014

E-Mails will resume Monday April 21, 2014

Have a safe Easter Weekend Everybody!

See you Monday April 21st!

Your Buddy,

Andy Weaver

Thursday, April 17, 2014

TV NEWS APRIL 17

http://blog.sitcomsonline.com/2014/04/episodic-review-community-basic.html

On the next...Community (NBC, Thur 8:00pm): 
By: Vincent 

NBC's ensemble comedy lead by Joel McHale airs Thursdays at 8:00pm and we have just watched the next episode that airs tonight (April 17). In the episode airing tonight, "Basic Sandwich," once Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Hickey (Jonathan Banks) locate the school's blueprints, Annie (Alison Brie) and Abed (Danny Pudi) lead the search for Borchert's old computer lab, which was sealed off years ago. Meanwhile, Jeff (Joel McHale) and Britta (Gillian Jacobs) make a grown-up decision about their futures. 

Because of its low-rated status, the past few season finales of Community have also meant to serve as potential series finales in case the show didn't get picked up. Season 3's finale, "Introduction to Finality", was a low-key, heartfelt outing that nicely wrapped up all of the shows' central themes into a clear and concise knot. The troubled Season 4's finale, "Advanced Introduction to Finality", took the opposite route by giving us a huge spectacle that tried to be as daring and surprising as possible but mostly just wound up feeling reductive and hollow. This years' finale, "Basic Sandwich", finds itself somewhere in the middle. There's no doubt that it's a much better effort than last years' finale, which is to be expected given the show has seen a huge creative resurgence this year, but it does lack the depth and the fearlessness that Community possesses at its very best. It's a fun adventure with a lot of great jokes, a fairly unique premise, and a lot of nice character moments, but it also feels a little worn around the edges. The story is far more basic and rudimentary than you might expect from this show, and there's sort of a sense that the show is at a bit of a loss for how to wrap up the season
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Wednesday's softball recap and standings update: Big wins by Parkland and Northampton

http://blogs.mcall.com/groller/

FROM KEITH GROLLER


With each day we're starting to get more clarity on the local softball landscape.
It is clear to me by now that Parkland is the team to beat in the LVC, but Northampton, even without Marly Laubach, is a very good team that just might return to the league playoffs.
Both the Trojans and Konkrete Kids posted big wins on Wednesday, and first-year coaches at Salisbury and Bangor seem to be making their mark. A look back:
LEHIGH VALLEY CONFERENCE
Becahi 12, Allen 3 -- Elyse Cuttic HR; Emily Brandstetter 3-5, SB, R; Jean Markovic 3-4, R.
Northampton 4, Freedom 3 --  Brianna Dalton 3-3, 3 B, 2 R, 2 RBIs (go ahead RBI in the 5th); Hannah Peters 1-3, RBI.
Parkland 9, Emmaus 3 -- Trojans win battle of division leaders. Jordy Augusuts 2-3, R, RBI.
COLONIAL LEAGUE
Salisbury 3, Palmerton 2 -- Meghan Williams 2-2, HR; Thalya Creswell 2-4 RBI; Kori Hadinger GW run in bottom of 7th on error by Palmerton.
Pen Argyl 9, Notre Dame 1 -- Emily Smull 13 Ks in the pitching circle, 3-3 at plate; Alyssa Weaver 3-4.
Bangor 12, Wilson 6 -- Kiley Kuchar 2-3, 3B; Mikayla Mulea 3-4, 2B, 3B, 3 RBIs for Slaters, who had 16 hits.
Northwestern 17, Saucon Valley 9 -- The Tigers had 20 hits to offset 14 by the Panthers. Lydia Danner 3-4, HR, 4 RBIs; Cailie Rehrig 4-4, R, 2B, 6 RBIs; Kylee Bennett 2-5, R, RBI.
MOUNTAIN VALLEY CONFERENCE
East Stroudsburg South 7, East Stroudsburg North 2 -- Five runs in the bottom of the sixth were the difference for the Cavs.  Liz Asher 3-4; Cassie Barab 2-4, RBI; Corrie Snyder 2-4, HR, 3 RBIs.
UPDATED STANDINGS
UPDATED STANDINGS
LEHIGH VALLEY CONFERENCE
WEST DIVISION
Team                 LVC     All
Emmaus             4-3    5-4
Allen                   2-4     2-5
CCHS                 1-3     1-5
Dieruff                 0-5     0-7
NORTH DIVISION
Team                 LVC     All
Parkland             7-0     8-0
Northampton       5-2     7-2
Nazareth             2-3     4-3
Whitehall             1-3    3-3
EAST DIVISION
Team                 LVC     All
Liberty                 3-1     4-1
Becahi                 4-2     6-3
Freedom              3-3     4-4
Easton                0-3     3-4
COLONIAL LEAGUE
SOUTH DIVISION
Team                 CL     All
So. Lehigh         5-1     5-2
Salisbury           5-4     5-5
Wilson               4-4     4-4
Palisades          3-5     4-5
Saucon Valley   1-7     1-8
Notre Dame       0-10     0-11
NORTH DIVISION
Team                 CL     All
Pen Argyl          7-1     8-2
Catasauqua       6-1     7-1
Bangor              5-2     6-2
No. Lehigh         5-2     5-3
Northwestern     4-5     4-6
Palmerton         2-5     4-5
MOUNTAIN VALLEY CONFERENCE
Team                 MVC     All
Pleasant Vly        4-0     5-1
Stroudsburg         4-0     6-0
Lehighton            2-2     2-5
PM East             1-2     1-3
PM West            0-1     1-2
ES South            1-4     1-7
ES North             0-3     1-4

My time on a Bethlehem sidewalk, and a Wednesday I won't soon forget

http://blogs.mcall.com/groller/

FROM KEITH GROLLER


In his famous ESPYs speech in 1993, the late Jim Valvano talked about what constitutes a good, full day and he talked about the need to experience a variety of emotions in any given day. Remember these words from Jimmy V:
"To me, there are three things we all should do every day. We should do this every day of our lives. Number one is laugh. You should laugh every day. Number two is think. You should spend some time in thought. Number three is, you should have your emotions moved to tears, could be happiness or joy. But think about it. If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that’s a full day."
Well, on Wednesday I had a full day. I experienced all kinds of emotions and frankly it's OK with me if I don't experience some of them again any time soon.
To recap:
7:15 a.m. -- Check out my cellphone text messages and e-mails that give me the shocking and extremely sad news that Whitehall assistant basketball coach Ron Madouse has died. A very good guy so ingrained in the Zephyrs community and he's gone way, way too soon. I learn from Eric Snyder that Ron was a member of Whitehall's Class of 1980 just like my wife, which adds a touch of poignancy to his passing.
News of Madouse's death has brought a gloomy start to what is otherwise a very sunny day. I feel so bad for his family and friends, including people I consider good friends like Snyder and Beet Bowman. When you learn something like this, it shakes you to your core and freezes you for awhile. But I have to get up and get moving.
11:30 a.m. -- Get to visit for the first time in several years with former Bethlehem Catholic coach and athletic director Bob Bukvics, who expresses his dismay and anger at many of the recent decisions his alma mater has made. What strikes me is how passionate Bucky is still about his school.
12:45 p.m. -- Arrive in the neighborhood of Liberty High School only to find April 16, 2014 download 003mass chaos with police everywhere and streets and parking areas blocked off. I was supposed to cover a signing ceremony for Liberty athletes. But the ceremony never takes place and I spend the next three-plus hours pacing along the sidewalk across the street in front of Liberty with an ever-growing number of parents who are scared, confused and ultimately very angry and frustrated by a lockdown of the school over an alleged person or persons carrying around weapons. They all use their one lifeline -- their cellphone -- to try to find out information which comes in spurts, but is not always accurate and sometimes couldn't have been farther from the truth. I don't have to stay, but I somehow feel I can't leave. So I tweet out what I know and hang with the parents, who grow more impatient by the minute. By now, I am emotionally invested in this and want to see what happens.
4:30 p.m. -- Finally, the Liberty students are released from school and the parents can breathe a collective sigh of relief. The kids I talk to say it was no big deal, but they seem more intent on getting away from the school and in some cases, getting to a bathroom, than lingering any longer than need be. Many of the parents, who were shedding tears earlier, are all smiles now. All involved seemed emotionally drained and simply happy that this weird and unfortunate situation is over.
4:45 p.m. -- Stuck in traffic on the Hill-to-Hill Bridge trying to get from Bethlehem to Center Valley. Now I feel as angry as Bukvics earlier in the day and frustrated like the Liberty parents because nothing is happening very fast. I remind myself never to go this way again.
5:10 p.m. -- Get to Southern Lehigh just in time to see the final outs of another Colonial League softball win by legendary Spartans softball coach Brian Neefe. It's his 720th victory in his amazing 43-year career. On a day that has been nothing but normal or familiar, it is good to see something that hasn't changed.
8:30 p.m. -- Get to talk to Pleasant Valley football coach Jim Terwilliger and hear him tell me about resigning as the Bears football coach because he was furloughed from his teaching position. Terwilliger is drained and gets a little emotional as he talks about how much his players meant to him and how tough it was to say goodbye to a place and kids he loved. He did a nice job at PV and will land somewhere else, no doubt, but you can tell how much these last five years have meant to him.
9:15 p.m. -- I am drained, too, and begin to replay the day and all of its highs and lows in my mind. And then pops in another email and this one tells me that I have been elected to the Dieruff High School Hall of Fame and will be inducted at the school's Kiska Banquet in May.
I feel very good about it, but not for myself.
On a day that had me thinking a lot about the past and what's really important in life, this news had me feeling proud, but also sad that my grandfather, Frank Groller, wasn't still here to see his grandson go into the Hall of Fame of a school that he truly loved. I mean my grandfather loved his wine, he loved Sammy Balliet and Coplay legion baseball and he loved Dieruff High sports and was a season-ticket holder for Husky basketball games for a couple of decades.
He left us on Christmas Day 1992, but somehow, some way, I am hoping that he will still know that the little guy he took to all of those Dieruff sporting events in the 1960s and 1970s will now be honored in the same way the great Ross Moore, Skip Kintz, Jan Kapcala, John Smurda and so many great Huskies have been honored.
When I thought about that, I had to wipe a tear or two from my face.
It was just that kind of day, feeling proud and sad at the same time. It was a day like I haven't had in quite awhile and may never have again.
  


CBC’S 2014 NHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS OPENING MONTAGE DONE TO METALLICA ☆

http://fangsbites.com/cbc/cbcs-2014-nhl-stanley-cup-playoffs-opening-montage-done-to-metallica.html


We only have two more months to cherish CBC as the Canadian NHL rightsholder and just that time to appreciate the great work of producer Tim Thompson who creates the musical montages for Hockey Night in Canada.
His work before each HNIC game is greatly anticipated and is spread on social media after the montages air. Some of his best work was during the Sochi Olympics when he churned out nightly pieces and they were as good as anything you’ll see on sports television.

Thursday!

Attention:

Due to the Easter Holiday there will be NO E-Mail Friday April 18, 2014

E-Mails will resume Monday April 21, 2014

Have a safe Easter Weekend Everybody!

See you Monday April 21st!

Your Buddy,

Andy Weaver

THURSDAY’S VIEWING PICKS

http://fangsbites.com/late-night-viewing-choices/thursdays-viewing-picks-73.html


College Baseball
West Virginia at Oklahoma — Fox College Sports Central, 7 p.m.
TCU at Texas — Longhorn Network, 7 p.m.
LSU at Mississippi — ESPNU, 7:30 p.m.
Baylor at Kansas State — Fox College Sports Pacific, 7:30 p.m.
Loyola Marymount at BYU — BYUtv, 8 p.m.
Seattle at New Mexico State — Fox College Sports Atlantic, 8 p.m.
Arizona at USC — Pac-12 Networks, 10 p.m.

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Big loss in the Whitehall, Catasauqua and Freedom communities

http://blogs.mcall.com/groller/

FROM KEITH GROLLER


It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Ron Madouse, who was a member of the Whitehall High basketball coaching staff. He died on Tuesday. 
Ron, a member of Whitehall's Class of 1980, was ingrained in the Zephyrs community and a friendly face to see whether it was in the football pressbox or on the coaching sideline. I know he was very close to head coach Jeff Jones and John "Beet" Bowman, the Zephyrs' scorekeeper and a stat man for RCN4.
I've also learned he was a roommate of well-known local basketball, football and baseball official Frank D'Angelo during their Bloomsburg days. 
Madouse was also an assistant coach at Catasauqua during the first 10 years of Eric Snyder's tenure.
Ron's sons played sports at Whitehall and he was a teacher at Freedom High School.
I don't know the particulars of the funeral arrangements, but I know there are a lot of heavy hearts after the loss of such a good guy at such a young age, especially one who was so well-known in local sports circles.
Our hearts and sincerest condolences go out to Ron's family and friends in this most difficult time.

Reunion set for former LCCC men's basketball players

http://blogs.mcall.com/groller/

FROM KEITH GROLLER


Former Lehigh-Carbon Community College men's basketball coach Bob Mazziotta said he has a reunion lined up for the players he coached on the Schnecksville campus from 1998-2005.
The reunion is set for June 6 at the Rivers Brewing Company in Easton, which is owned in part by former LCCC athletic director Troy Reynard. Rivers Brewing Co. is located at 542 Northampton St., not far from the State Theatre.
If former players are interested in attending they can call Mazziotta at 610-730-1120 or reach him at his e-mail address:coachman419@yahoo.com

ESPN ANNOUNCES COLLEGE FOOTBALL 2014 SEASON-OPENING NEUTRAL SITE GAMES

http://fangsbites.com/abc/espn-announces-college-football-2014-season-opening-neutral-site-games.html


ESPN has released five neutral site college football season-opening games that will air in August.
It begins with the Kickoff Games in Atlanta. ESPN carries Boise State vs. Mississippi on Thursday, August 28 at 8 p.m. and then ABC/ESPN2 has the contest on Saturday, August 30 as West Virginia takes on Alabama at 3 p.m.

NHL ON NBC SPORTS GROUP ANNOUNCING ASSIGNMENTS FOR 04/17 THROUGH 04/20/2014

http://fangsbites.com/cnbc/nhl-on-nbc-sports-group-announcing-assignments-for-0417-through-04202014.html


Thanks to NBC Sports public relations for forwarding this to me earlier today. Couldn’t post earlier, but doing it now.
You have all of the announcing crews for all of the games from Thursday, April 17 through Sunday, April 20.

NHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS ON NBC SPORTS GROUP — DAY 1

http://fangsbites.com/cnbc/nhl-stanley-cup-playoffs-on-nbc-sports-group-day-1.html


I’ll do my best to post these daily as they come in. The Stanley Cup Playoffs begin tonight starting one of the best postseasons in sports. CNBC and NBCSN will be involved with three games tonight.
It begins with Montreal at Tampa Bay on CNBC at 7 p.m. ET. This will be a CBC simulcast as Jim Hughson and Craig Simpson call the game from high above the ice. Glenn Healy will be in between the benches and David Amber has in-between period interviews.

TV NEWS APRIL 16

http://blog.sitcomsonline.com/2014/04/moesha-returns-daily-to-bet-nbc.html

Moesha is back again regularly on BET. The sitcom has been only airing in marathons on weekends from time to time, but now the Brandy sitcom is airing weekdays at 5pm & 5:30pm following Family Matters. Other sitcoms will remain in their normal slots, with Family Matters from 8-9am, My Wife & Kids from 9-10am and The Game from 10-11am. The Parkers airs in weekend marathons from time to time, but airs regularly on sister network Centric weeknights at 9pm & 9:30pm. Back to Moesha, it can also be seen on UP tv but the sitcom hasn't aired recently over there. 

This sitcom features Grammy Award Winning artist Brandy Norwood and actress Sherly Lee Ralph in a series that showed how life was really like in Leimert Park, Los Angeles California. Moesha Deniese Mitchell is teenager who soon became an adult, learning various issues to do with love, relationship and family. Following her mother's death, Moesha looked after her father Frank Mitchell (William Allen Young) and brother Myles Mitchell (Marcus T. Paulk) She becomes jealous of her new step-mother Dee Mitchell (Sherly Lee Ralph) who seems to be taking over her role, but the two get to know and understand each other. Mo's friends Kim Parker (Countess Vaughn-James), Niecy Jackson (Shar Jackson) and Hakeem Campbell (Lamount Bentley) have made it through teenage adventurehood with Moesha and become mature adults. 

WEDNESDAY’S VIEWING PICKS

http://fangsbites.com/late-night-viewing-choices/wednesdays-viewing-picks-74.html


College Football
ESPNU Signing Day Special — ESPNU, 3 p.m.
CFB Daily: Spring Blitz — ESPNU, 4:30 p.m.
College Football Live — ESPNU, 5 p.m.

Wednesday!


Wednesday  April 16 , 2014

SPECIAL NOTE:

TONIGHT'S PHILLIES GAME WILL BE ON MY PHL17

BACK ON MYPHL17. THE ONLY TIME THIS YEAR!

Won 2 more games (IN RAIN, HAIL, SNOW) all in a 3 hour period!!!

DEDICATED COACH!

MY NEW RECORD:

12-1-1

All Dried out!!

Was soaked!!!

Tuesday April 15 NASD Scoreboard:

Nazareth Varsity Girls Lacrosse beat Central Catholic 26-2

Nazareth JV Girls Lacrosse beat Central Catholic 10-1 after only 1 half CENTRAL FORFEITED THE 2ND HALF

MORE AWAY GAMES SOON FOR ME!!

THE GIRLS WILL LIKE THAT!!!!!

BIG FUNDRAISER TODAY AT NAHS

MR FIDELOPOUS MY EASTON BUDDY GETTING TAPED.

TO RAISE MONEY!

I MAY GO UP TO SEE IT!!

11AM-1PM

BONOUS TIME WITH THE KIDS!

I LOVE EVERY OPPORTUNITY I GET WHEN I AM AROUND THE KIDS!

I LOVE THIS COACHING GIG!

I REALLY DO!!

ENJOYING EVERY SECOND!!

LACROSSE PRACTICE TONIGHT!!

MY 1ST PRACTICE ALL YEAR!!!!

EASTER WEEKEND!!

HAPPY EASTER!!

Are you ready?

What are you doing?

Going anywhere?

Any trips?

Any CANDY?

Any Easter Hunts?

NO E-MAIL ON FRIDAY.

GOOD FRIDAY.

SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED

NO SPORTS.

BANKS ARE OPEN HOWEVER.

I am great!

Having a great week!!

Will be Announcing all weekend!!

That will be fun!!!

Back to Coaching Monday April 21

MS Softball!!!!!!!!

NO FITNESS THIS WEEK.

DIANA IS AWAY.

EWMI THURSDAY.

Tuesday the bus was 2 hours late!

10am-2pm

Anything? 


Aide Care great! 


DIANA ROCKS! 


Puppy is good! 


SCHEDULE:
Wednesday April 16: 
NO DIANA 
11AM-1PM Jolly Joe Timmer on WGPA 1100 
NOON Channel 69 News with Eve and Jaciel 
NOON Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
4pm-5:30pm Happy Hour on WEEX 1230 
6pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
10pm Anchor News on CW57 


Thursday April 17; 
NO DIANA 
10am-2pm EWMI 
1pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
4pm-5:30pm HAPPY HOUR ON WEEX 1230 
6pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Friday April 18: 
NO DIANA 
11AM-1PM Jolly Joe Timmer on WGPA 1100 
NOON Channel 69 News with Eve and Jaciel 
4pm-6:30pm Happy Hour on WEEX 1230 
7pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
7pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
8:30pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW57 


Saturday April 19: 
NO DIANA 
Noon Radio Show on WEEX 1230 
6pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
7pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
8pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Sunday April 20: 
10am Radio Show on WEEX 1230 
1pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
4pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
6:30pm Anchor News on CBS 3 
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Monday April 21: 
NO DIANA 
11am FITNESS 
NOON Channel 69 News with Eve and Jaciel 
4pm Coaching MS Softball
4pm-6pm DIANA 
4pm-6pm Happy Hour on WEEX 1230 
6:30pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
6:30pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
10pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 


Tuesday April 22: 
NO DIANA 
9:30am-1:30pm EWMI 
4pm Coaching MS Softball
4pm-6:30pm HAPPY HOUR ON WEEX 1230 
6:30pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
7pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
10pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Wednesday April 23: 
NO DIANA 
10:30am Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
11AM-1PM Jolly Joe Timmer on WGPA 1100 
NOON Channel 69 News with Eve and Jaciel 
4pm-7pm Happy Hour on WEEX 1230 
6:30pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
10pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW57 


Thursday April 24: 
NO DIANA 
10am-2pm EWMI 
4pm-6:30pm HAPPY HOUR ON WEEX 1230 
7pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
10pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Friday April 25: 
NO DIANA 
11am FITNESS 
11AM-1PM Jolly Joe Timmer on WGPA 1100 
NOON Channel 69 News with Eve and Jaciel 
4pm-6:30pm Happy Hour on WEEX 1230 
6:30pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
7pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
9:30pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW57 


Saturday April 26: 
NO DIANA 
Noon Radio Show on WEEX 1230 
12:30pm and 2pm Coaching HS Girls Lacrosse
4pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
5pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
6:30pm Announce Ironpigs Baseball on WFMZ 69
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Sunday April 27: 
10am Radio Show on WEEX 1230 
1:30pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
1:30pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
4pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
6:30pm Anchor News on CBS 3 
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Monday April 28: 
8:30am-10:30am DIANA 
9:30am-1:30pm EWMI 
1pm-6pm DIANA 
4pm Coaching MS Softball
4pm-6:30pm HAPPY HOUR ON WEEX 1230 
6pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
7pm Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Tuesday April 29: 
8:30am-10:30am DIANA 
10am-2pm EWMI 
10:30am Ironpigs Baseball on WEEX 1230 AND 1320
1:30pm-4pm DIANA 
4pm-7pm HAPPY HOUR ON WEEX 
6pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
7pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW PHILLY 


Wednesday April 30: 
8:30am-5pm DIANA 
11am FITNESS 
11AM-1PM Jolly Joe Timmer on WGPA 1100 
NOON Channel 69 News with Eve and Jaciel 
4pm-7pm Happy Hour on WEEX 1230 
6pm Reading Phillies Baseball with Mike Ventola on 1340 WRAW
7pm Announce Phillies Baseball on Comcast 
10pm Anchor News on CW57 

PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH ANY PEOPLE YOU MIGHT THINK WOULD HELP: THANKS IN ADVANCE ! 


Mr. Andy Weaver 
Nazarethsports.net 
25 Charles Avenue 
Nazareth, PA 18064 
484-764-2218 
nazoeagle@rcn.com 

To Whom It May Concern: 

My Name is Andy Weaver and I have created Nazarethsports.net. I am honored to be named Nazareth’s #1 Fan. Also, I Have 5,000 followers on Facebook. My website will provide information for ALL Nazareth Athletics including non-scholastic. I will keep everyone up to date on Scores, Schedules, Cancellations and more. I also have interviewed former Nazareth Athletes, Teachers and TV/Radio Personalties from around the area and Philadelphia Region such as Wendy Davis from Channel 69 and Ukee Washington from CBS Philadelphia and including Recently the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs General Manager!! This website is now also located on the homepage of Nazareth School District. By ''more''…. I Will have information on The Arts, plays, special events and Academics also! 

I would like to give you an opportunity to become part of this new endeavor. I am requesting for you to become a sponsor of nazarethsports.net. I Know that as a member of the local community you would desire to be part of this. 

Any contribution would be appreciated. 

It is with great pleasure that I Provide this ‘’ALL IN ONE’’ Website for fans wanting to know the latest news about our great Nazareth Community! 

Thank you for your Time. 

Andy Weaver 


Mr. Andy Weaver 
Utility Worker at Environmental Waste Minimization, Inc 
Form Guy for Bishop Photo 
Ticket Taker for Nazareth, Bethlehem and Easton, Northampton School Districts 
Sports Writer for the Home News and the Nazareth Patch 
President of the Nazareth Sports Website 
25 Charles Avenue 
Nazareth, PA 18064 
484-225-9291


SCHEDULE:

PLEASE SHARE THIS WITH ANY PEOPLE YOU MIGHT THINK WOULD HELP: THANKS IN ADVANCE ! 


Mr. Andy Weaver 
Nazarethsports.net 
25 Charles Avenue 
Nazareth, PA 18064 
484-764-2218 
nazoeagle@rcn.com 

To Whom It May Concern: 

My Name is Andy Weaver and I have created Nazarethsports.net. I am honored to be named Nazareth’s #1 Fan. Also, I Have 5,000 followers on Facebook. My website will provide information for ALL Nazareth Athletics including non-scholastic. I will keep everyone up to date on Scores, Schedules, Cancellations and more. I also have interviewed former Nazareth Athletes, Teachers and TV/Radio Personalties from around the area and Philadelphia Region such as Wendy Davis from Channel 69 and Ukee Washington from CBS Philadelphia and including Recently the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs General Manager!! This website is now also located on the homepage of Nazareth School District. By ''more''…. I Will have information on The Arts, plays, special events and Academics also! 

I would like to give you an opportunity to become part of this new endeavor. I am requesting for you to become a sponsor of nazarethsports.net. I Know that as a member of the local community you would desire to be part of this. 

Any contribution would be appreciated. 

It is with great pleasure that I Provide this ‘’ALL IN ONE’’ Website for fans wanting to know the latest news about our great Nazareth Community! 

Thank you for your Time. 

Andy Weaver 


Mr. Andy Weaver 
Utility Worker at Environmental Waste Minimization, Inc 
Form Guy for Bishop Photo 
Ticket Taker for Nazareth, Bethlehem and Easton, Northampton School Districts 
Sports Writer for the Home News and the Nazareth Patch 
President of the Nazareth Sports Website 
25 Charles Avenue 
Nazareth, PA 18064 
484-225-9291