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  • Gas & Groceries Last Call!

    Posted by Lori Moore

    Today...11am-1pm...at the new Simple Treasures store on S. Westnedge near the pedestrian bridge.  Find some treasures with proceeds going to the Kalamazoo Deacon's Conference.

  • 2 More Chances

    Posted by Lori Moore

    Gas & Groceries...TODAY...Harding's in Parchment.  11-1!  See you there!

  • Gas & Groceries

    Posted by Lori Moore

    Let's see if you can get even closer than Norma Radke of Portage did at our last Gas & Groceries event.  Norma guess was only 27 cents shy of the actual retail value.  I'll be at the West Main GOODWILL today 11-1:00.  You could fill your larder with groceries from Harding's and your gas tank with $50 in gas from West Main Shell.

  • I'm 18 and I Like It..Love it..Like it...

    Posted by Lori Moore

    My baby turned 18 yesterday and was threatening to get pierced and tatooed while I was at work.  She also could have: bought cigarettes, bought a gun, bought lottery tickets, gambled in certain tribal casinos, bought porn, joined the army and gotten married.

    Phew!  When I came home she was only watching "Jersey Shore".  I should consider myself fortunate.

  • Gas & Groceries

    Posted by Lori Moore

    See you at Hearthside Senior Apartments for another round of Gas & Groceries today @ 11:00.  Take E. Centre to Currier Dr. (Dairy Queen on corner).  We'll have groceries from Harding's.  You guess how much they're worth.  Closest without going over wins not only the groceries but a $50 gas card from West Main Shell.

  • Keeping the celebration going...

    Posted by Lori Moore

    The Kalamazoo Community Foundation is celebrating 85 years of helping others.  Over 1300 people are expected at a celebration at Chenery Auditorium Thursday night. And of course THE POTLUCK PALS are taking the party into the holidays as we join with KCF for our fundraiser.  Friday @ midnight is the deadline to vote for your favorite non-profit organization.  The top 12 will each get a fundraiser and matching $ from The Kalamazoo Community Foundation.

  • Tommy James Day in Niles

    Posted by Lori Moore

    "MONY MONY"..."CRIMSON AND CLOVER"..."CRYSTAL BLUE PERSUASION"...DRAGGIN' THE LINE"...24 gold singles, 9 platinum albums, 100 million records sold worldwide.

    Did you know that Tommy James of Tommy James and the Shondells is from NILES? They're having a big party for him in his hometown tomorrow:

    4:30-6:30 He'll be signing his best-selling book "ME, THE MOB AND THE MUSIC" at Majerek's Reader's World.

    6:45-7:30 Reception at Niles High School

    7:30-8:30 Homecoming in the auditorium.  Tommy will talk about his life in Niles and his book

    I LOOOOOOOOOOVVVVVVVVVVVVVVE his music.  And I love that he is from our area.

  • Lost & Found

    Posted by Lori Moore

    I heard from Joe this morning.  He was cleaning out his desk at The City of Parchment and found a couple of long-lost items he would like to reunite with their owners: a class ring from Kalamazoo Central-1987-Pamela G. Miller and a Citizen's watch engraved with the name Daniel Moore 5/5/91.  These items were found in Kindleberger Park.  If you know who they belong to, call Parchment city hall @ 349-3785.

  • Where has summer gone?

    Posted by Lori Moore

    This week is the busiest week of the year in Kalamazoo.  It's also the turning point of the summer.  "Ack!  The Tennis Tournament!  Summer is over!"  "Oh no!  The Fair!  Farewell summer!" "Softball? Sayonara summer."

    In a way, it has seemed really long since this year April was more like May.  All the flowering trees that usually are in full bloom in mid-May were already resplendent at the beginning of April.  That, and the fact that we actually HAD summer weather this year makes it feel like it was a long summer. At the same time, when this week rolls around, I always think about the things I SWORE I'd do this summer.

    I'd better get a move on. Time's a wastin'.

  • Over 17,000 votes so far...

    Posted by Lori Moore

    Cast yours today for your favorite non-profit organization in the promotions/slider @ wkzo.com.  This year, The Kalamazoo Community Foundation will be MATCHING the money raised by my Potluck Pals at Christmas.  There are some clear front-runners right now.  Don't leave your pet cause behind!  Voting ends at midnight August 20.

  • WHEW!

    Posted by Lori Moore

    Today might be the busiest day of the year in Kalamazoo: The USTA Nationals, The Big League Softball World Series, The Kalamazoo County Fair and the Portage Athletic Foundation Golf Outing are all going on today.  Go away rain!  Be listening as we cover these events like a blanket all week long on 5990/96.5 WKZO.

  • Looking For Your Top 12

    Posted by Lori Moore

    Scroll down to the promotions/slider section of the website to vote for your favorite non-profit organization.  One vote per day.  The Top 12 vote-getters will each get a fundraiser at Christmas.  Money raised from "A Holiday Dish to Pass" will go to the organization's endowment with The Kalamazoo Community Foundation.  KCF will then be matching the money we raise up to $55,000 that can go toward current needs.  And don't worry...we're hooking up Kalamazoo Loaves and Fishes along with the Food Bank of South Central Michigan, too.  It's MATCH GAME 2010!  Cast your votes between now and August 20th.