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Winning Wednesday March 28 win Mike Farris & Band tickets

March 28th, 2018 No comments

LISA LANDIS~ Grammy award winning rocker Mike Farris and his band The Roseland Rhythm Revue are appearing in concert here at The Junction Center in Manheim, PA Sunday night April 15th. In 2015 Mike won a Grammy for Best Roots Gospel album for SHINE FOR ALL THE PEOPLE.  Mike’s personal journey from drug addiction (starting at the age of 15) to recovery speaks to the hurting and broken. Listen to WJTL all day long to win a pair of tickets to the show.  Keep this number handy  717-392-3690.  That’s 717-392-FM90.  Listen for the on air deejay to give you the ok to call in to win.  Chances today to win on The Get Up & Go Show, Shirk at Work Network, Afternoon Drive with Radio Friend Phil & tonight with Nik at Night.  

For more information on the show visit thejunctioncenter.com.

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It’s a TINY TOWN Winning Wednesday!

March 7th, 2018 No comments

LISA LANDIS~ Today you have a chance to win a FAMILY PASS to TINY TOWN located at 533 Janet Ave. Lancaster, PA.  Tiny Town is Lancaster’s newest play place and lounge for children and families.  It’s a hands-on, interactive, play-based center built with caregivers in mind.  Tiny town has 9 luxury playhouses to explore.  Also, coffee, pre-packaged healthy snacks, free WIFI, lounging areas to hangout and eat lunch (you are allowed to bring in food).  Tiny town allows children of different developmental abilities to play in the same room as their caregivers.  Visit the doctor’s office, shop in the market, make a pizza in the cafe, put out a fire, read a book in the town library and so much more!!!

The FAMILY PASS is good for the immediate members of your household no matter what the number.  The prize pack also includes a Tiny Town coloring book and crayons.  Listen for the deejays to open up the contest then call 717-392-3690 to win.  That’s 717-392-FM90!

For more information visit tinytownpa.com.

 

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Winning Wednesday, February 14, 2018

February 14th, 2018 No comments
Listen all day today to win a pair of VIP UPGRADE tickets, plus (2) Cd’s from artists appearing on The Roadshow Tour this weekend in Hershey, PA.  The Roadshow Tour: For King & Country, Matthew West, Natalie Grant, Bethel Music, Zach Williams, and Social Club Misfits is stopping off at THE GIANT CENTER, HERSHEY this  Saturday, February 17th.  The show starts at 6pm.  VIP doors open at 3:30pm.  General Admission doors open at 4:45pm.  For tickets and more information visit thejunctioncenter.com.
VIP UPGRADE tickets include:
-Early access to the premium seating areas (no reserved seating: first come/first serve basis)
-Exclusive access to private pre-show artist appearances
-Exclusive VIP merch including (1) limited edition tote bag, (1) collectible VIP credential and other   surprises (all items will be picked up on site when you arrive)
-Exclusive access to shopping at the VIP Merch Store (only available during the VIP pre-show)
Chances to win today on The Get Up and Go Show, Shirk at Work Network, Afternoon Drive w/Radio Friend Phil & Evenings with Nik at Night.
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Winning Wednesday February 7, 2018

February 6th, 2018 No comments

This week’s WINNING WEDNESDAY live all day on WJTL features (2) tickets to see Nomads + Natives at the THE JUNCTION CENTER / LANDIS HALL, Manheim, PA.  The show is Saturday, February 24th at 7:00pm.  (doors open at 6pm).  Nomads + Natives, (also known as Dan & Noele Huie from Reilly) will be at The Junction Center celebrating their latest CD release Till We Are Home. They both play violin as well as other instruments. Their songs are reflections on hope, though seen through the lens of our often tragic world.  Mariah Keener opens the show.

Listen Wednesday to The Get Up and Go Show (6-9am), The Shirk at Work Network (10-3pm), Afternoon Drive with Radio Friend Phil (3-7pm), and Evenings with Nik at Night to win!

For tickets to the show as well as more information visit thejunctioncenter.com.

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Ultimate Date Night WINNING WEDNESDAY January 31, 2018

January 30th, 2018 No comments

This week you have a chance at (2) tickets to attend The Ultimate Date Night with Jay & Laura Laffoon at The Junction Center (Manheim), Thursday, February 8th at 7pm.  (doors open at 6pm).  It’s an evening of non-stop music, comedy, and laughter!  Laura & Jay Laffoon offer you nuggets of marriage wisdom and Biblical principles sprinkled throughout their program. Be sure to listen to WJTL at 5:50pm weekdays for their program, “Celebrate Your Marriage”.

You will have chances to win tickets tomorrow on The Get Up & Go Show, The Shirk at Work Network, The Drive Home with Radio Friend Phil, & tomorrow night with Nik at Night.

For tickets and more information on The Ultimate Date Night visit thejunctioncenter.com.

 

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WINNING WEDNESDAY January 17, 2018

January 16th, 2018 No comments

LISA LANDIS~ Hello radio friends.  This week’s WINNING WEDNESDAY gives you a chance at FAMILY COMEDY NIGHT with Taylor Mason tickets!  Family Comedy Night with Taylor Mason is coming to The Junction Center/Landis Hall Saturday night, February 3rd at 7:30.  (doors open at 6:30).  Taylor Mason is a ventriloquist, musician and stand-up comedian.  His quick wit, comedic delivery, and exceptional ventriloquism skills make him a hit with audiences of all ages.  Listen all day tomorrow starting at 6am for chances to win a pair of tickets to the show.  For tickets and more information visit thejunctioncenter.com.  

Can’t wait to kick off the contest tomorrow morning with Fred on The Get Up and Go Show.

Talk to you then!

Lisa

lisa@wjtl.com

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Winning Wednesday, January 10th LBC Mary Poppins Tickets

January 9th, 2018 No comments

LISA LANDIS~  WJTL’s “Winning Wednesday” tomorrow, January 10th gives you a chance to win a pair of tickets to see the musical Mary Poppins at Lancaster Bible College.  YOU get to pick your show time!  Lancaster Bible College’s production of the musical Mary Poppins opens Friday, January 19th and runs thru Saturday, January 27th at LBC’s Good Shepherd Chapel.  Everyone’s favorite practically perfect nanny takes the stage in this Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious musical adventure!  Mary Poppins is an enchanting mixture of irresistible story, unforgettable songs, breathtaking dance numbers and astonishing stagecraft (yes, she flies!)

For tickets and showtimes visit LBC.edu/events.

Don’t forget to listen in tomorrow to win!  Chances to win on The Get Up & Go Show, Shirk at Work Network, drive home with Radio Friend Phil & evenings with Nik at Night.

Email me if you have any questions:

lisa@wjtl.com
Lisa
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Where you will find WJTL New Year’s Eve

December 29th, 2017 No comments

LISA LANDIS~ What are you doing New Year’s Eve?  Are you taking in one of the local New Year’s Eve gatherings?  Or maybe you are staying home with food and games?  No matter what your plans, Phil & I hope you can join us for the Top 100 Countdown 4-midnight.  Phil will be counting down WJTL’s Top 100 songs of 2017.  I will be driving the KCB Cookie Car to many of the New Year’s Eve events happening in our community.  Here are a few of the happenings in our community that I plan to visit:

Rissers Mennonite Church in Elizabethtown the film All Saints showing at 7pm. All are welcome! Refreshments and fellowship will follow the movie.  All Saints is based on the inspiring true story of salesman-turned-pastor Michael Spurlock (John Corbett) and a group of refugees from Southeast Asia. Together, they risked everything to plant seeds for a future that might just save them and their tiny church. FMI 717-653-4549

Christ Lutheran Church and the Winters Heritage House Museum-  The family-friendly event includes free food and beverages, games, crafts and music. At 7 p.m. a star will be raised behind the church to welcome in 2018 in honor of Elizabethtown’s sister city, Letterkenney, Ireland. Winters Heritage House Museum, 47 E. High St., Elizabethtown and Christ Lutheran Church, 125 E. High Street, Elizabethtown

Hershey New Year’s Eve offers fun for the entire family, beginning this year at 11:00 AM at The Hershey Story, The Museum on Chocolate Avenue. Celebrate the New Year throughout the day at The Hershey Story!  Jim Rule will perform kids programming on the Hershey Story’s front patio from 8:00 – 9:30PM.  He will be joined by the Hershey’s candy characters at 9:00 PM and will conclude his program with a bubble wrap stomp. hersheystory.org

First United Methodist Church of Hershey 64 West Chocolate Ave Hershey.  At 7, 8, and 9pm in the church sanctuary, a fun Celtic band will be holding a concert. There’ll also be homemade cookies and hot beverages in the basement social hall and games outside for the kids. No cost. The building will close at 10pm.

Akron New Year’s Eve Shoe In The 2017 Shoe-In will go from 9:00pm until 12:15am at Akron’s Broad Street Park.  This year’s event again features free food, a DJ spinning tunes, a bonfire and hayrides from 9:00 to 11:30. The traditional giant lighted shoe will usher in the New Year as it drops from its stand and touches the ground at the stroke of midnight. Free hot dogs with sauerkraut and condiments, cookies and hot chocolate will be served.  There will also be a trivia contest with prizes, & Akron fire officials with an engine on hand.  Good’s Disposal and Ephrata National Bank are the event sponsors. 

East Petersburg Borough’s New Year’s Eve Celebration on the Square will begin at 10:00 p.m.  Live music, wood carving by the Chainsaw Chixs, Magic of Daniel Clemente, and the Jug Drop at midnight by East Petersburg Fire Company.  

Lisa wrapping up the New Year in Binn’s Park – 100 block of North Queen Street 11:30-Midnight  Ring in 2018 in Downtown Lancaster with the lowering of the Red Rose and fireworks at midnight.

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5 FUN FREE FAMILY Things to do this Weekend

July 7th, 2017 No comments

5.  Free First Fridays for Families at the Lancaster Science Factory tonight from 5-8pm.  Visitors  receive free access to more than 60 interactive exhibits relating to science, technology, engineering and math, as well as demonstrations and activities in the “Science Cafe,” thanks to donations from PPL Electric Utilities. For more information: lancastersciencefactory.org.

4. The  Bible Truck Museum and Exhibit on display Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 12:00 – 9:00 PM at the Harrisburg Mall in Harrisburg.  It will be parked in the parking lot outside Bass Pro Shops. Guided tours will take place every half hour. It features information on how the Bible was written, distributed and translated, and offers various examples of ancient and modern Bibles. An outdoor planetarium will also be on site.  Admission is Free. Fore more information harrisburgbibletruck.com.

3.  Rural Life Festival on Saturday, July 8th from 9am-3pm at Newburg United Methodist Church in Newburg.  Spend a day in the past with displays of antique farm machinery, small engines, working steam engine, and demonstrations of old-time farm and kitchen chores — grain thrashing, blacksmith, sheep shearing, log hewing, scrapple and butter-making. In addition, there will be many activities for children, an auction, and an abundance of food, including fresh apple cider, kettle cooked sassafras tea, black bean kettle soup, chicken barbecue and ice cream. Free admission and parking.  For more information 717-423-6223 or shipsaves.com.

2.  New Bloomfield Fire Company Carnival July 7th & 8th at 5:15pm at the New Bloomfield Fire Company. Delicious foods, thrilling rides and a family-friendly atmosphere. Free admission and free parking. For more information (717) 582-2144 or visit the New Bloomfield Volunteer Fire Company Facebook page.

1. Celebrate tomatoes at the 59th Annual Washington Boro Tomato Festival featuring live entertainment, carnival games, prizes, and food.  Held at Washington Boro Community Park the festival offers free admission for all.  The annual festival is this Saturday evening and next Saturday evening, July 16th from 5-9.  Food starts at 4.  Visit the Washington Boro Tomato Festival Facebook page. 

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5 Fun FREE Family Things to Do This Weekend

July 8th, 2016 No comments

LISA LANDIS –

5 FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND

5.  The 3rd Annual Historic Marietta Bike Race, Saturday, July 9, 10:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. featuring the best cyclists in the mid-Atlantic racing over 40 mph on the streets of Marietta. Includes Women’s, Men’s Beginners, Men’s Masters, Kids, Men’s Professional/Elite races and a parade lap for spectators and participants. New for this year is a Fireman’s Race!!  Free music and children’s activities in front of Susquehanna Waldorf School. Kids races free to all children 4 to 10 years.  On site complimentary safety checks by local bike shops. https://www.bikereg.com/historic-marietta-bike-race

4.  Rural Life Festival on Sat. July 9th from 9am-3pm at Newburg United Methodist Church. Free Admission and Free Parking.  Antique Farm Machinery*Antique Displays*Small Engines*Working Steam Engine*Grain Thrashing*Horse Drawn Binder*Scrapple Making* Fresh Apple Cider*Grain to Loaf Bread Baking*Children’s Pedal Tractor Pull*Horse Wagon Rides* Barrel Train*Children’s Activities*Petting Zoo*Potato Raising*Butter Making*Soap Making*Sheep Shearing*Spinning & Weaving*Quilting*Wood Working* Broom Making*Blacksmith*Log Hewing Music* lots of food!  For more information 717-423-6113.

3.  Forgotten Voices is hosting a 10 year anniversary benefit concert Saturday, July 9 from 5pm-8pm at Forgotten Voices in Dillsburg to help raise awareness and support for innovative orphan care in Africa. Bring your family & friends, lawn chairs & blankets, and a picnic dinner.  Featuring music by Teresa Greco, Kim Edwards, and John Hufford. Cost is free, but donations will be accepted to support the ministry. Raffle for handcrafted jewelry and Forgotten Voices’ t-shirt. Visitwww.forgottenvoices.org for more information.

2.  It’s Second Friday Downtown Lititz TONIGHT from 5 – 9pm.  Up and down Main Street and Broad Street in Lititz you’ll find artists, entertainers, musicians, and exhibits.  Free parking is available in the parking lots north of Main Street. http://www.lititzpa.com/second-friday.php

1.  Free family movie night TONIGHT at 7pm at The Junction Center in Manheim with Paddington. Free tickets available. Donations to WJTL will help to cover the cost of the event. http://www.thejunctioncenter.com/

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5 FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND

July 10th, 2015 No comments

5 FUN FREE FAMILY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEKEND

5. Sizzling summer vendor and craft fair Saturday from 10-2. Hosted by Furever Home Adoption Center at 237 Centerville Rd. Lancaster, PA. Free admission! For more information call 717-808-8108.

 

4. 3rd Annual Community Day featuring This Way Up at Rosedale Church of the Nazarene in Middletown on Saturday from 2-5. Plus, a bounce house, dunk tank, food, games and more. “This Way Up” and their famous boomwhackers will take the stage at 3:00pm.  Event is held rain or shine.  rosedalenazarene.org

 

3. First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) hosting S’moreFest in the church’s parking lot July 11 from 6:00-8:00 PM. Rain or Shine.  S’moreFest includes a make-your-own s’mores bar along with hamburgers, hot dogs, sides and more! For more visit lemoynedisciples.org

 

2.  This Saturday morning is your chance to nestle in with The Rabbit & the Dragonfly family to eat cereal and watch cartoons. Come early to get a sweet perch! This Saturday morning cartoon is the animated version of “The Lion The Witch & the Wardrobe”.  The Rabbit & the Dragonfly opens at 8am, but official nestle in time is 9:30am. The Rabbit & the Dragonfly Coffee Shop & Cafe is located at 50 North Market Street Lancaster in Market Alley around the corner from Central Market.  For more information search The Rabbit & the Dragonfly on Facebook.

 

1. KCB broadcasting live at Cavod Academy of the Arts open house in New Holland Saturday 9-12.  It’s an opportunity to meet the instructors, enjoy live entertainment, free food, door prizes, a bounce house and more!  Plus the grand opning and ribbon cutting for Cavod’s new theater.  For more visit cavodacademy.com

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