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The Mid Shore’s Top Stations
Volume 3, Issue 4
Employee Spotlight – Rockin’ Randall
IN THIS ISSUE
New Web Addresses
Message From The
Randy "Rockin' Randall" Tucker has been part of the broadcasting
team at The Mid-Shore's
Shore's Top Stations for nearly 20 years. His
Classic Country Request Show is enjoyed every Saturday morning
from 6 til 10am by many fans from the Eastern Shore to California.
The "roots" of Country Music are what I find most interesting,
Randall said recently. With a different featured artist each week
and active request lines, the show really has a personality of it's
own. When he's not on the air, Randall enjoys bowling, grilling,
fishing and traveling.
Live Broadcasts are always a blast! Come join us!
12n Apple Scrapple Festival; Bridgeville, DE
1p Hurlock Fall Festival; Hurlock, MD
1p Wright’s Market; Mardela Springs, MD
4p-6p Grandtastic Jamboree; East New Market, MD
We’ve made it even easier to find us online! Check out
information on your favorite stations and listen live to all of
Radio 1240 WCEM AM – www.1240wcem.com
106.3 The Heat – www.1063theheat.com
107.1 The Duck – www.1071theduck.com
100.9% Pure Country – www.1009purecountry.com
“Dedicated to serving our listeners and advertisers with quality, professional programming and community involvement”
Navy Fireman Nathaniel Williams of Cambridge, MD, serves aboard USS Louisiana (SSBN 743)
A ‘09 Potomac High School Graduate and Cambridge native is serving aboard on of the U.S. Navy’s nuclearnuclear
powered ballistic missile submarines, living and working at a Navy base in Silverdale, WA. Fireman Nathaniel
Williams is a machinist’s mate (boat’s mechanic) on USS Louisiana (SSBN 743), which is one of the Navy’s 14
class ballistic missile submarines, also referred to as “boomers”, which patrol the world’s oceans for
months at a time, serving as undetectable launch platforms for submarine-launched
ballistic missiles. Together
based missiles and strategic bombers, the Navy’s Ohio-class
submarines are part of the nation’s
strategic nuclear deterrence triad. Because of their stealth, they are considered the most survivable component
of the triad.
As a sailor with numerous responsibilities, Williams said he is learning about himself as a leader, sailor and a
person. “Being in the Navy has made me appreciate spending time with my wife,” Said Williams. Each
member of the crew plays a role in keeping the submarine’s mission readyready this includes everything from
washing dishes and preparing meals to handling weaponry and maintaining the propulsion system.
Because of the demanding nature of service aboard submarines, sailors like Williams are accepted only after
rigorous testing and observation that can last several months. The crews have to be highly motivated, and
adapt quickly to changing conditions.
Football Party Recipe Contest
Do you have an awesome dish that friends request you bring to their Football Parties? Is it an appetizer,
side dish, main entrée, or a dessert? Email your recipe to [email protected] and be entered into our contest!
The prize awarded to our listeners will be a t-shirt,
shirt, MD lottery tickets and Movies Passes from Triton. If you are a current
advertiser you will receive 30 commercials to run in January along with your flight! If your not currently on air you will
receive 15 commercials to run in January. Your recipe will be featured in our January, 2016 Transmitter!
Deadline to enter is November 30, 2015, decision of the judges is final. By submitting your recipe you agree to allow us to
republish it in our newsletter.
“We just wanted to send a note to thank 106.3 The
Heat for your help with our Open House on August
1st, 2015. It was a huge success and we could not
have done this without your help and support.”
Message from the Manager
IG Burton Seaford, Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, and Tri-Gas &
Oil joined the 2015 Presidents Club and took advantage of fixed
rates, live broadcasts, sponsorships to local events, live interviews,
and inclusion in our quarterly newsletter by signing up.
-Power House Gym, Cambridge
For information on how the Presidents Club works and why your
business should join, call Troy Hill.
410-228-4800 or 410-822-4800
Ph:410-228-4800 / Fax:410-228-0130
0130 / Email: [email protected]