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The Christmas Groove Concert
4150 Ridge Rd.
Medina, Ohio 44256
SALVATION ARMY RED KETTLE ONLINE FUNDRAISING - BILL WILLS
$COOTER'$ FOOTBALL PICK$
YTD 69 WINS 72 LOSSES 4 PUSHES
5 WINS AND 6 LOSSES
OHIO STATE -5 1/2 = LOSS
MISSOURI +2 = LOSS
DUKE +29 = LOSS
OKLAHOMA +10 = WIN
PATRIOTS -11 = LOSS AND OVER 45 = WIN
RAVENS -6-1/2 = LOSS
PACKERS -3 1/2 = LOSS
BRONCOS -12 = WIN AND OVER 49 = WIN
BENGALS AND COLTS OVER 43 = WIN
A CHRISTMAS STORY TRIVIA WEEK - DEC 2TH TO DEC 6TH 2013
TUE 12-10 ANSWER: MEAT LOAF
WEDNESDAY - WILLS AND SNYDER IN THE MORNING
5AM to 9AM - Traffic-Weather-all the Local Morning News
8:25AM - COMPLETE CAVALIERS COVERAGE – CAVS RADIO ANALYST JIM CHONES will Recap the KNICKS with Bill-Mike.
8:35AM – BEST BROWNS TEAM COVERAGE – Former Browns GM PHIL SAVAGE will Preview The BEARS with Bill and Mike.
7:45AM - THE PLAIN DEALER’S TERRY PLUTO will have his weekly chat with Bill-Mike 745AM on the latest with BROWNS-CAVALIERS-INDIANS
7:05AM – CLEVELAND SUMMERTIME MEMORIES – Author Gail Bellamy will talk to Bill-Mike about her new book and the Great Cleveland Summertime Memories of years past.
Misc pics from the Wills & Snyder show!
ACTOR TONY DANZA talked to Bill about his new book "I’D LIKE TO APOLOGIZE TO EVERY TEACHER I EVERY HAD - MY YEAR AS A ROOKIE TEACHER AT NORTHEAST HIGH" - After dazzling viewers of such hit TV shows as Taxi and Who’s the Boss? and delighting Broadway audiences, he figured that, even with his lack of teaching experience, he still stood a good chance of keeping a classroom of high school kids engaged. How hard could it be? 10-2-12.