The Bobby Bones Show
Weekdays 6:00 AM-10:00 AM
The Bobby Bones Show today originates from WSIX in Nashville and can be heard on more than 100 Country radio stations nationwide by millions of listeners.
Bobby Bones has been dubbed “the most powerful man in country music” by Forbes magazine, and he puts that star power to good use by supporting numerous charitable initiatives. Outside the studio, Bobby is very active on social media, constantly engaging and interacting with listeners via Twitter and Facebook.
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Weekdays 10:00 AM-3:00 PM
All about my Boys Latte Lover Crossfitter Believer Music Lover
Weekdays 3:00 PM-7:00 PM
You probably pronounced my name wrong but I won’t judge you for that. I’m a loud, bright wearin’, coffee drinkin’, and animal lovin’ kinda girl! Music has been in my life since I started playing Clarinet in middle school and kept that love through marching band to Colorguard and now to your airwaves! Unfortunately, I can’t play my clarinet but I can play you a request if you call me on the hotlines. We can have fun together at 5 pm with Mica’s Mixtape! A game where we test your listening skills and see if you can be the first to name the artist and song title you win a prize!
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Weekdays 7:00 PM-12:00 AM
Facts about TK:
Born right here in ENC. MUSIC IS LIFE. DJing led me to the radio and I couldn’t be more happy! I am a dreamer that believes anything is possible. If it’s outside, I’m down to do it- I love my family, anything near the water, golf (well all sports really!) and honestly just having a good time! I bet we cross paths one day, and I can’t wait.
Try to outsmart me with my Risky Quizness, every weeknight just after 7PM.
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Jacksonville Run for the Warriors
Hope For The Warriors invites the entire Jacksonville and Eastern North Carolina community to the 2022 Run For The Warriors. This event takes place over Memorial Day weekend — a day in which we will remember and honor the fallen as we run. Over 15 years ago, Hope For The Warriors held its first Run For The Warriors aboard Camp Lejeune, we are thankful to call this community home. A community is made great by its resilient people. Join us as we run through downtown Jacksonville with the mission of honoring and remembering those who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
JACKSONVILLE RUN FOR THE WARRIORS 5K & 10K
MAY 28, 2022
7:00 am Opening Ceremonies
7:30 am Race Time
Rain or Shine
421 Court Street, Jacksonville, NC
Participants receive a Run For The Warriors medal, race t-shirt, and all-access to the post-race vendor village!
In-Person 10K Run/Walk ($35.00)
Price Increases to $40 on 5/13.
In-Person 5K Run/Walk ($25.00)
Price Increases to $30 on 5/13.
Virtual 10K 5/28 – 6/5 ($30.00)
Price Increases to $35 on 5/13.
Virtual 5K 5/28 – 6/5 ($20.00)
Price Increases to $25 on 5/13.
DARE to Slime Fundraiser
Restoration Advisory Board Meeting
Learn more about Camp Lejeune’s ongoing efforts to clean up contaminated sites across the Base in partnership with the Environmental Protection Agency and the State of North Carolina by attending its Restoration Advisory Board meeting on May 25th at 6 PM. Presentations will be given on the Site UXO-31 Munitions Response Site Prioritization Protocol (MRSPP) and on Base-wide vapor intrusion activities. The meeting will begin at 6pm at Coastal Carolina Community College in Room BT106. Meetings are held quarterly. For additional information please contact Mr. Thomas Richard, Co-Chair, at (910) 451-9641.
Kayak For The Warriors
Registration is now open for the 15th Annual Kayak for the Warriors hosted by the Town of Pine Knoll Shores. The three-day event features a gala and silent and live auction, a golf tournament and a 3.2-mile kayak and paddleboard race, and a barbecue lunch benefiting Hope For The Warriors.
On Saturday, June 4, the signature kayak and paddleboard race begins at 10 a.m. The 3.2-mile race starts at Garner Park and moves through Bogue Sound and the Pine Knoll Shores canals. Registration is $50 for a single kayak and $100 for a tandem. Both include a t-shirt and lunch. Loaner kayaks are available on a first-come, first-serve basis and need to be reserved by emailing [email protected]
The Warrior Trophy is awarded to the paddler or team who brings in the most donations.
For those preferring to stay on land while supporting local veterans, military members, and families, lunch is available for $10 per person or $15 per family.
Tickets for the Wine & Dine Basket, containing over $1,000 of restaurant certificates and wine, are available for $10. The drawing will be held at the kayak/paddleboard race on June 4, but you do not need to be in attendance to win. For information and to purchase tickets, contact [email protected].
Craven Partners in Education Luncheon 2022
More than 500 educators, business leaders, community members, and elected officials will fill the New Bern Riverfront Convention and Visitors Center on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, for the PIE Annual Luncheon. This annual event supports and recognizes the educators in Craven County Schools. PIE awarded over $400,000 through various grants and programs during the 2021-22 school year.
Daniel Rhyne, President of Partners In Education, announced the luncheon would host Dr. Curtis Jones, Superintendent of Bibb County Schools, and served as the 2019 National Superintendent of the Year as the keynote speaker.
Doors open at 11:30 am for seating, with the event beginning at Noon. Tickets are $30 per person. The Flame is catering. John Bircher, an attorney with Davis Hartman Wright, will emcee. This event is open to the public. Tickets are available for purchase from the PIE School Ambassadors or by contacting PIE directly at 514-6321. We suggest you purchase your tickets early because this is a sell-out event.