Kent State Performing Arts Center Announces 2016-17 Schedule
Kids League Reports on WJER
Listen to the Kids League Report for the results of all of the Little League and Minor League baseball games in the area!
Coaches: pick up a Kids League form at WJER or download it here and fill it out after each game. Then, place your results in the mailbox on the side porch of WJER, fax it to 330-364-4538, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not phone in results! Be sure to include the team coach's name and phone number.
We will announce the Kids League Report on 1450 WJER Monday through Saturday at 7:10 a.m., 4:45 p.m., and following the Cleveland Indians games. We will also have a weekly random drawing from the results we receive for a free Domino's Pizza party for your team, so send them in today!
Friendly Reminders from PFCS
Winning teams so far this season include:
April 18th - 24th: R.A. Moser (coach Ron Dumermuth)
April 25th - May 1st: Hanhart Insurance (coach Kevin Fitzgerald)
May 2nd - 8th: Rotary Club (coach Eric Pfeiffer)
May 9th - 15th: Quickprint (coach Greg Triplett)
The Kids League Report is brought to you by Domino's Pizza, Wood Electric, and Wood's Tall Timber Lake Resort.
Because we are in the midst of prom and graduation season, your local Personal & Family Counseling Services organization is reminding area residents that when it comes to underage drinking, parents who host lose the most.
Make Cedar Point Your Summer Destination
What parents should know:
-As a parent, you cannot give alcohol to your teen’s friends under the age of 21 under any circumstance, even in your own home, even with their parent’s permission.
-You cannot knowingly allow a person under 21, other than your own child, to remain in your home or on your property while consuming or possessing alcohol.
If you break the law:
-You can face a maximum sentence of six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
-Others can sue you if you give alcohol to anyone under 21 and they, in turn, hurt someone or damage property.
-Law enforcement can confiscate any alcohol, money, or property used in committing the offense.
Things you can do as a parent:
-Refuse to supply alcohol to anyone under 21.
-Be at home when your teen has a party.
-Make sure alcohol is not brought into your home or property by your teen’s friends.
-Talk to other parents about not providing alcohol at events your child will be attending.
-Create alcohol-free opportunities and activities in your home so teens will feel welcome.
-Report underage drinking to local law enforcement.
Underage drinking facts:
-29% of parents and teens know of parents who host teen alcohol parties.
-25% of teens attended a party where alcohol was served to underage youth in the past two months, while parents thought the number was closer to 15%.
-Every day, 5,400 young people under 16 have their first drink of alcohol.
-Studies reveal alcohol consumption by adolescents results in brain damage – possibly permanent – and impairs intellectual development.
-Children who are drinking alcohol by 7th grade are more likely to report academic problems, substance abuse, and delinquent behavior in both middle and high school. By young adulthood, early alcohol use was associated with employment problems.
Talking to kids about alcohol:
-Show you disapprove of underage drinking.
-Show you care about your child’s happiness and well being.
-Show you are a good source of information about alcohol.
-Show you are paying attention and you’ll notice if your child drinks.
-Build your child’s skills and strategies for avoiding underage drinking.
-Keep it low-key. Don’t worry…you don’t have to get everything across in one talk. Many small talks are better.
Talk to your kids about drugs, too:
-Be careful what you say.
-Be careful how you say it.
-Know the facts about drugs, alcohol, and tobacco.
-Be respectful and genuine.
-They talk, you listen.
-Scare tactics don’t work.
-Control your emotions.
-Take advantage of teachable moments.
Additional information and educational resources:
The Roller Coaster Capital of the World!®, Cedar Point, does it again breaking 10 world records with the all-new Valravn – the TALLEST, FASTEST, LONGEST dive coaster in the world! This recording-breaking dive coaster climbs 223 feet into the sky before holding you over the edge for four seconds. Then, it's a 75 mph, 90-degree dive straight down toward the midway before you flip upside-down three times and plunge into a second dive during this unforgettable three-minute journey!
Grand Slam Contest
Cedar Point offers more than 150 rides, shows, and attractions, making it THE must-do attraction of the year. Their world-class selection of overnight accommodations in and around the park will make your visit a memorable getaway. Cedar Point’s hotel properties are the closest hotels to the fun, and guests who stay at a Cedar Point hotel property get early entry into the park – resort guests get in ONE HOUR before the general public!
Buy in advance and save at www.cedarpoint.com.
It's time once again for the Grand Slam contest! For each Cleveland Indians game, we will choose one contestant. If the Tribe hits a grand slam during the game, our contestant for that day will be entered into a drawing to win $500 courtesy of First Federal Community Bank. Even if the Indians don't hit a grand slam, our contestant will still receive four FREE small Mango Pineapple Smoothies from any McDonald's in Tuscarawas County. At the end of the season, we will draw one name from all the contestants who had grand slams during "their" games and award the $500!
Be sure to register at any First Federal Community Bank location, any of the Parkway Auto Dealerships on Commercial Parkway in Dover, or right here at WJER Radio for your chance to win. Tune in to 1450 WJER to catch all the Cleveland Indians action this season.
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