Josh Koop is a fellow employee of ours here, and he really does a lot for other people. He's a great asset to have behind the scenes, but sadly he has yet to win employee of the month. He's always near the top of winning the voting, but has come up short.
Cathy Kates announced today that she is leaving us. It's incredibly sad and I'll miss her a lot. I've been going back through the memories we've had and this one came up. This pretty much sums up our relationship the past few years.
I don't know what it is about returning from a vacation from work, but something is always out of its place. As soon as I sat down this morning, my chair started squeaking. It kind of disrupted the show as you can see.
We decided to have a little fun, as Cathy loves doing her accents around the World. She'll pull them out randomly during the show, so I thought this would be a good way to highlight her acting abilities. We spin the wheel, it lands on a country, and she has to speak with that accent.
Wow, Northland. You always amaze us with your generosity. Once again we had a stellar St. Jude Radiothon and would like to thank you for helping us raise $76,434. This year's radiothon was a blast, and we even had a country star join us for a while.
Eric Paslay came to the B105 Studio on Thursday to help out with the St. Jude Radiothon. While he was here, we took a break from the fundraising for a moment to ask him some off the wall questions. None of them phased the country singer, and we found out he can really make us laugh!
This morning I picked up a piece of cake for Cathy so we could get her to play along with some trivia. She usually doesn't want to play, but with cake involved you can get Cathy to pretty much do anything. See if she won!
Kevin Koen from the Carlton area came by to present a check for the St. Jude Radiothon. Harold Ankrum, Kevin Koen, and a whole bunch of other great people from Carlton put on some fantastic fundraising events for St. Jude. They include the Hog Roastin' Fiasco in September, The Flippin Flapjack Pancake Breakfast in May, and The Harold's Fiasco Golf Outing.
It's the L O N G E S T 8 seconds of a cowboys life, on the back of a bucking bronco, but totally worth the cheer of the crowd! If you love all the excitement that a rodeo brings to the arena, then you won't want to miss the World's Toughest Rodeo 2016 and you can win your way there with the Breakfast Club!