Today on the show we talked about how May is Hamburger month! The holiday started in celebration of America’s beloved sandwich.
We shared some AWESOME recipes to use on your Memorial Day holiday!
see the complete list of recipes HERE!
Make sure that you join the WNZR crew for Memorial Day weekend, as we head to the Utica Ice Cream Festival, and the Mount Vernon Memorial Day Parade!
Join the Big Blue Crew at the Utica Ice Cream Festival parade on Saturday, 5/25!
The parade starts at 11am. The parade will form at the Utica High School located at the intersection of Church and Jefferson Streets and travels throughout the downtown streets of Utica.
Look for Big Blue! We’ll be throwing out candy!
We will also take our Big Blue crew to the festival from 2-5pm. Come see us in the parking lot of Ye Olde Mill. Sign up to win a gift certificate for Velvet Ice Cream!!
Don’t miss the 45th annual Utica Ice Cream Festival, Saturday 5/25 – Monday 5/27.
Go to wnzr.fm to see a complete list of festival activities.
On Monday (5/27) /Memorial Day, look for Big Blue in Mount Vernon’s Memorial Day Parade. The parade starts at 10:30am.
The parade starts at the intersection of East High Street and George Street, travels to Gay Street and then exits south on Gay Street, to Vine Street. Then the parade travels east on Vine Street to Park Street, north on Park Street to East High, then east on High Street to the staging area. This year’s parade theme is “Taps, to Honor and Remember”. Our parade will honor the men and women who gave their lives to preserve the freedoms we enjoy today. Please show your appreciation to the veterans that participate in this year’s parade.
This year’s grand marshal is Ray McFadden, an Army Veteran.
The Knox County Memorial Building will host a Memorial Day Celebration after the parade. A special program will be held on the steps of the Memorial Building – saluting our Knox County Veterans.
There will also be donuts and coffee available from 8:30am to Noon in Veteran’s Hall inside the Memorial Building on Memorial Day.
There will not be any activities after the program.
Don’t forget to listen to The Morning Thing on Memorial Day – we want to hear from you. Take a minute, call us at 740-397-WNZR (9697) and honor the service men and women that you love. Our phone lines will be open for special Memorial Day messages. We’ll also play patriotic music throughout the show from 6am – 9am.
Check out wnzr.fm for more info!
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