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See Chip Richter “Live From The Junction Center”

January 16th, 2014 No comments

Chip Richter performed at Kids Cookie Break Fest 2013, and will return to The Junction Center soon!  It’s Chip Richter “Live From The Junction Center” on Saturday morning, January 25th at 10:00 a.m.!   Chip sings songs for kids and their families and has been heard on The Kids Cookie Break for over a decade!

We’ll serve breakfast and snacks for those in attendance from Chick-fil-A’s Rockvale Outlets location on Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster, including Chicken Biscuit sandwiches plus chocolate chip cookies (and milk, of course)!

Space is limited, but your family could be part of our live studio audience for this exclusive event!  Listen to the Kids Cookie Break with Lisa Landis on Saturday mornings from 9AM-Noon.  She will give you chances to call in and win spots on our guest list!  Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).

 

Laugh Away Hunger Giveaways

November 14th, 2013 No comments

The “Laugh Away Hunger” benefit concert is coming up on Friday (11/22) at 6:30 p.m. at Cedar Crest High School.  (Click here for tickets and info.)  It features a night of family fun with comedian/ventriloquist/entertainer Taylor Mason along with Steven Courtney & The Suitcase Musicians!  Proceeds from the event will benefit Lebanon County Christian Ministries‘ Food Bank and Emergency Shelter.  For tickets by phone, call 717-272-4400.

Listen to WJTL all week for chances to win tickets to the “Laugh Away Hunger” benefit concert!  Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690. (392-FM90)

LCHS Carnival Tickets

June 11th, 2013 No comments

WJTL will broadcast live from the Lancaster Catholic High School Carnival on Wednesday, June 19th.  Phredd will perform live on the main stage, too.  The carnival features food, attractions and rides for the whole family.   Click here for details and the entertainment schedule.  Tune in to WJTL on Winning Wednesday, June 12 for chances to call in and win a pair of tickets that will allow you to ride the rides all night long!  Keep us on speed dial: 717-392-FM90!

Steven Courtney “Live From The Junction Center”

May 21st, 2013 No comments

Steven Courtney will be Live From The Junction Center this Saturday, May 25th at 9AM during the Kids Cookie Break!  We’ll serve milk and chocolate chip cookies courtesy of Chick-Fil-A, the official cookie sponsor of the Kids Cookie Break!  Plus, moms and dads will enjoy coffee provided by The Good Java company!  Space is limited for this exclusive event.  Tune in to WJTL all day long on Winning Wednesday, May 22nd, for chances to call in and win spots for your family on our guest list!  Keep our number handy: 717-392-3690 (392-FM90).

Slugs & Bugs Live From The Junction Center

March 1st, 2013 1 comment

Randall Goodgame of Slugs & Bugs is coming live in concert!  The show is Saturday, March 9th at 7:00 p.m. at Manheim BIC with special guests This Way Up!  (Tickets here.)  While he’s in town that day, Randall will perform a Live From The Junction Center mini concert for a small live studio audience that will be broadcast live on WJTL at 2:00 p.m.  We’ll also have chocolate chip cookies courtesy of Chick-Fil-A on Lincoln Highway East in Lancaster.  Space is limited for this exclusive event — the only way to be there is to win your way in!  Listen to the Kids Cookie Break Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. – Noon for chances to call in and win spots on our guest list!  WJTL will also give you chances to win on weekdays during the Get Up & Go Show the first week of March.

*Rules, etc.:

-You must not have won from WJTL in the past 30 days in order to be eligible to win.

-Only one winner per household in this contest.

-At least one parent must be present for every family 4 pack of spots on our guest list.

-Winning spots on the guest list does not include concert tickets.

Prizes During WJTL’s 26 Hours Of Compassion

February 18th, 2013 5 comments

During WJTL’s 26 Hours Of Compassion, we’re celebrating the ministry of Compassion International and inviting you to be a part of it.  Tune in to learn how sponsoring a child can change lives!  We’ll also give you chances to win prizes from local business listeners who are pleased to join in the celebration!

Prizes for Day 1 (Wednesday, Feb. 20):

7 AM – Kids Cookie Break prize pack including a 5 tickets to see Slugs & Bugs live in concert at Manheim BIC at 7 PM on March 9th, a family 5 pack of meals at Chick-fil-A’s on Lincoln Hwy East across from Rockvale Outlets in Lancaster, Phredd DVD/CDs, the new Kids Cookie Break 4 CD and KCB pencils, magnets and bracelets!

9 AM – The Good Java Company prize pack including 2 pounds of certified USDA organic fair trade premium coffee plus 2 ceramic stoneware mugs (basket not included)

10 AM – 4 Tickets to see Crowder live in concert at Calvary Church with special guest Chuck Gibson Band

Noon – 10 pack of snow tubing tickets from Roundtop Mountain Resort

2 PM – 4 Tickets to see Mark Schultz live in concert on the All Things Possible Tour with Aaron Shust and Jonny Diaz PLUS a CD from each artist!

5 PM – Pots by DePerrot Studio & Gallery  prize pack including 2 dinner plates, 2 bowls and 2 glasses (Tune in for a live interview with Steve DePerrot!)

7 PM – 4 Tickets to see Tenth Avenue North live in concert on the Struggle Spring Tour with Rend Collective Experiment and Moriah Peters PLUS a CD from each artist

Prizes for Day 2 (Thursday, February 21):

7 AM – Queen-size Quilt courtesy of Knight’s Landing Stables in Manheim

8 AM – Lancaster Bible College Prize Pack (Tune in for a live interview with LBC’s VP of Enrollment Management, Josh Beers–and 2 students!)

9 AM – FIG Magazine Prize Pack (Tune in for a live interview with Bob Lenz!)

10 AM – 4 Tickets to see Sanctus Real live in concert on the Promises Tour with JJ Heller and Unspoken

Noon – 4 Tickets to see Audio Adrenaline live in concert on the Kings And Queens Tour with Group 1 Crew and Seventh Day Slumber

2 PM – A “Treasures In Heaven” matted print by artist Andrew Lindberg of Walk On Watercolors plus a certificate for free custom framing by Grebinger Gallery in Lancaster (Tune in for a live interview with Brian Crow!)

3 PM – York Revolution Prize Pack including 4 tickets to a game, a Revs baseball cap and an opportunity to throw out the first pitch

4 PM – 2 tickets to the 3-In-1 Tour featuring Brandon Heath, Mandisa and Laura Story PLUS a CD from each artist

5 PM – 2 Hot Air Balloon Ride tickets from the US Hot Air Balloon Team

 

 

 

KIDS COOKIE BREAK 4 IS HERE

October 1st, 2012 3 comments

FRED MCNAUGHTON – The Kids Cookie Break 4 cd features new and familiar songs from Cookie Break favorites such as Slugs & Bugs, The Donut Man, Steven Courtney, Kelly Good, The Beggar Folk, Kimberliana, Bigsby, Chip Richter, The Wonders, Jim Rule, Bruce Fite, Jesse Rothacker of Forgotten Friend Reptiles, Phredd, This Way Up, Juliana Schnee, Emazing Grace and Gretchen & Heidi.  Songs of Faith, Fun and Family brought to you by The Kids Cookie Break & WJTL.

Cookie Breakers will recognize songs like Slugs & Bugs’ “Under Where?”, Jim Rule’s “Because I Said So!” and Bigsby’s “God Made Monkey”.  Look for new songs from Cookie break regulars and new artists such as The Donut Man, Phredd, The Beggar Folk, Kimberliana, Steven Courtney and many others.  The Kids Cookie Break 4 cd features 17 songs in all and is available at WJTL live events and online at the WJTL Store. Get yours today!

Kids Cookie Break 4 includes…

1 Super Green Turtle Machine – Jesse Rothacker of Forgotten Friend Reptiles (with Steven Courtney and Phredd)
2 Under Where? – Slugs & Bugs
3 Rock and Roll – Kelly Good
4 My Potatoes – Steven Courtney
5 Before the Beginning – The Donut Man
6 Wild Wheat and Daffodils – The Beggar Folk
7 Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road Last Night? – Phredd (with Matt Goss and Steven Courtney)
8 Cereal King – Kimberliana
9 God Made Monkey – Bigsby
10 How Many People – The Wonders
11 Because I Said So – Jim Rule
12 Swing Low Sweet Chariot – This Way Up
13 Love HIM – Bruce Fite
14 Expectations – Juliana Schnee
15 Ridin’ My Bike – Chip Richter
16 Dear Old Dixie – Emazing Grace
17 Get Happy – Gretchen & Heidi

 

The first 3 Kids Cookie Break cds sold out and are no longer available.

ORDER KIDS COOKIE BREAK 4 NOW

KCB Slugs and Bugs Show Highlights

December 1st, 2011 No comments


KCB FREE CONCERT CELEBRATION TODAY

November 20th, 2011 No comments

FRED MCNAUGHTON – Today’s the BIG day. You’re invited to the free Kids Cookie Break Celebration featuring Slugs and Bugs’ Randall Goodgame (“Tractor, Tractor”, “I’m Adopted”) Lisa Landis and the Cookie Eating Challenge and yours truly – Phredd this evening at 6pm at Manheim BIC’s Warehouse 54 auditorium.  The concert is free, seating is limited and is first come first served. We’d love to see you there. Check out all the details at KidsCookieBreak.com

Directions to Warehouse 54 – 54 North Penryn Rd., Maheim, PA

 

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!!

June 10th, 2011 4 comments

FIVE FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND!!! June 10, 11 and 12

5) Llama, Llama the storybook character from author Anna Dewdney’s books, will visit the Columbia Public Library tomorrow (Saturday, June 11) at 10am to kickoff this summer’s early reading program. Younger summertime learners will enjoy stories, crafts and learn where real llamas come from!

4) New Hope Church of God, Carlisle – Summer Carnival, tomorrow (Saturday) kicks off at 11 with games, prizes, Pastor Denny in the Dunk Tank, food and More. The Carnival will rap up with a concert by Phredd at 3:30pm. The church is located at 1250 Waggoners Gap Road in Carlisle. For more info visit phreddcentral.com

3) Steven Courtney+ the Suitcase Musicians in concert at Sovereign Stadium, tomorrow (Saturday, June 11) 11am – 2pm for the York County Public Libraries Summer Reading Kick-Off . Free concert at the Rev’s Stadium. For more info visit stevencourtney.com

2) The 12th Annual LCBC Motorsports Show & BBQ will be held from 9:00am to 2:00pm LCBC Manheim  tomorrow (Saturday, June 11)  This is a FREE activity. No cost to enter your car, truck, motorcycle, or whatever vehicle you have. Participants and visitors are eligible to win gifts and door prizes throughout the day. People Choice trophies in 19 classes and Best of Show will be awarded at the end of the day. Check out LCBCchurch.com

1) Hershey Christian School’s Touch-a-Truck event, tomorrow (Saturday, June 11) 10a-2p , featuring All kinds of vehicles including the Susquehanna Art Museum’s VanGo Museum on Wheels, Clown Around Town ice cream truck, the Hershey Trolley , sprint cars, tractors, fire trucks, a helicopter and more.  Also local mascots like the Senator’s Rascal, the Hershey Bear and the Reese’s Peanut Butter cup! Food, face painting, games and more. Check it out online at HersheyChristian.org

Lancaster’s Keith Baum with an update from Japan

March 17th, 2011 1 comment

FRED MCNAUGHTON – Our friend and Lancaster native, Keith Baum is serving with SEND INTERNATIONAL and is currently traveling in Taiwan.  We had the opportunity to interview Keith live on the air, along with SEND Regional Director, Scott Powell about how SEND’s staff in Japan has been affected by the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear emergency.

SEND International has 43 adult missionaries and 32 children serving in Japan.

Current conditions that are affecting the missionaries and their families are…

• Major aftershocks from the earthquake

• Scarcity of food and supplies

• Lack of train service

• Blackouts and Brownouts

• Gasoline is limited.

• Okutama Bible Chalet is closed because of food shortages and lack of train service.

• CAJ (Christian Academy of Japan) is closed this week because of the lack of train service, but virtual classrooms have started for the students.

Other current factors in Japan:

• Three embassies are advising nationals to leave.

• Three airlines are suspending flights to Tokyo.

• One mission organization has evacuated wives and children.

You can help SEND be an integral part of meeting the needs, physically and spiritually, of those who have been affected by the events in Japan, by visiting their website and making a donation.

 

Listen to our interview with Keith and Send Regional Director Scott Powell.