Union County's Radio Station
Schedule for today:
6-9 a.m.--Union County's Morning Show with Daniel Prince
9-10 a.m.—Union Pennzoil Kwik Lube Hour
10-10:45 a.m.—Union County's Morning Show with Daniel Prince
10:45-11 a.m.--Swap N Shop
11-noon—The Gospel Show with Daniel Prince
Noon-1 p.m.--Noon Report with Mike Stevens
1-5 p.m.--Today's best country and some hits from yesterday
5-5:30 p.m.--Union Pennzoil Kwik Lube Top 5 at 5
5:30-5:55 p.m.--5:30 News Report
5:55 p.m.--Atlanta Braves baseball--Miami Marlins at Atlanta
7:10 p.m. first pitch
After the game-6 a.m.--Today's best country and some hits from yesterday
Dawn Fallaw is our Thursday birthday winner!
Eddie and Susan Cheatham are our Thursday anniversary winners! Happy anniversary!
Our anniversary prize is back! Call in your anniversary to 427-2411 and be entered to win dinner for two at Buffalo Seafood House. They will give you two chicken strip plates with drinks!
Below are instructions on how to make a homemade face mask with elastic:
Materials needed (with elastic)
One adult mask requires two (2) 9 inch x 6 inch pieces tight-weave cotton and two 7 inch pieces of 1/4 inch elastic. Therefore, one yard of 44 inch wide fabric yields 12-15 masks. You need 7.5 yards of elastic for 25 masks (14 inches per mask).
You can make two sizes: adult or child. Adult-sized masks will be the greatest need.
Put right sides of cotton fabric together. Be sure any fabric design is placed horizontally.
Cut 9 x 6 (adult) or 7.5 x 5 (child)
Starting at the center of the bottom edge, sew to the first corner, stop. Sew the elastic with the edge out into the corner. A few stitches forward and back will hold this.
Sew to the next corner, stop, and bring the other end of the same elastic to the corner and sew a few stitches forward and back.
Now sew across that top of the mask to the next corner. Again, put an elastic with the edge out.
Sew to the next corner and sew in the other end of the same elastic.
Sew across the bottom leaving about 1.5 inch to 2 inch open. Stop, cut the thread. Turn inside out.
Pin 3 tucks on each side of the mask. Make sure the tucks are the same direction
Sew around the edge of the mask twice.
How do I donate?
To donate masks to Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also drop off masks at Crescent Hospice, 839 Main Street, Suite D, in Buffalo--they need masks for their caregivers, and the facilities they serve have requested masks, as well.
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