97.5 WONE & Marcs want to “treat you like a Rock star” this summer with the Ultimate Rock Star Flyaway to not one, but two cities!
First, we’ll kick off your trip with some prime time football as you and a guest head to San Francisco to see the browns in some Monday night action October 7th - then it’s off to fabulous Las Vegas for journey live in concert on Wednesday, October 9th at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace! We’ll take care off all your airfare, hotel accommodations & tickets
All you have to do to qualify is win a “treat me like a rock star” t-shirt at select WONE nights out this summer. The grand prize drawing will be held at the final rock the lock of the season (Friday 9/6)
Treat me like a rock star is brought you by Marcs, thanking northeast Ohio for 40 years, Action Sports Apparel, and 97.5 WONE.
Nul is an outstanding leader, scholar, and community volunteer. He's been selected as just 1 of 5 U.S. Presidential Scholar semi-finalists (CTE) from Ohio for academic achievement and dedication to his community. He's vying for valedictorian with a 3.96 GPA, is president of the International Club, VP of the Rotary Interact club, a Student Ambassador for the district, a member of Student Council, Biomed Club, HPAC, and SkillsUSA, a talented musician (sings & plays guitar), and plays varsity soccer and tennis. He’s completed 14 different community service projects this year alone in the school and community.
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Meet our newest Kid Who Rocks. Jessica Phillabaum will graduate Suma Cum Laude from Jackson High School. She excels academically with a 4.1 GPA and is a member of the National Honor Society. She also is a member of the Jackson Academy of Global Studies program which has led her to be a member of the JAGS Leadership Board and to have a better understanding of the struggles that we face globally. Her involvement in Student Council, Key Club, Green Club, History Club, and Outdoors Club has led her to be a very involved and community conscious student. Jess volunteers at Mercy Medical Center. She is a four-year varsity letterman on the Jackson Girls Soccer team and a member of the Elite Club National League with the Internationals Soccer Club in the off-season. Jess plans to continue to play soccer at the college level and to pursue a career in physical therapy.
Andy Hayworth is a kid who rocks! His musical interests encompass all genres from classic rock to rap, and sometimes passes time by playing the drums. In the classroom Andy maintains a 4.5 GPA and scored in the top 3% nationally on the PSAT’s. He is a 3x state qualifier as a member of the Hoover speech and debate team. Andy has been accepted into the Kent State University computer science honors college for the fall of 2019 and plans on a career in video game design. He also works as a server in a retirement community. Rock on, Andy!
As the National Weather Service warns that Wednesday, January 30, 2019 could be one of the coldest days on record, Akron area organizations charged with aiding the homeless are working to ensure that everyone will have access to shelter.
Community Support Services, Inc. operates the Homeless Outreach and Intake Center at 111 E. Voris Street, Akron; bringing supportive services for persons experiencing homelessness under one roof. Individuals who are homeless or at risk for homelessness, have symptoms suggestive of severe and persistent mental illness and/or substance abuse disorder, and who is not already active in mental health and/or addiction treatment is eligible to utilize all the services at the Center. If a homeless individual does not meet program criteria, outreach workers will attempt to connect the individual with other community agencies and services. The Homeless Outreach office can be reached at 330-762-4663.
Haven of Rest Ministries, 175 E. Market Street, Akron, is accepting admissions at all hours in preparation for the cold.
The City of Akron has opened warming centers at the following locations:
All these warming centers will be open from 8:30 am to 10:00 pm.
According to Bob Stokes, President and CEO of Community Support Services, “Recent studies have shown that approximately 700 homeless individuals die each year due to hypothermia. With this dangerous polar vortex forecast this week, we are reaching out to the homeless men and women throughout our community in as many ways as we can to give them this potentially life-saving information.”
Community Support Services, Inc. is a leader in behavioral healthcare for Summit County and the surrounding region. The agency provides comprehensive, high quality, cost-effective treatment, rehabilitation, advocacy, and support for recovery, primarily to persons most in need, to enhance the quality of their lives.
Meanwhile, the Salvation Army of Summit County is responding as well:
(Salvation Army) Local offices of The Salvation Army in Akron and Barberton will be open as warming centers as temperatures are expected to drop to what could be record lows in the area this week.
· Both Summit County Salvation Army locations will serve as drop in center/warming sites Tuesday through Thursday, January 29 through January 31, 2019.
· Hours for the downtown Akron location, 190 S. Maple Street, south of St. Vincent de Paul Church on West Market Street, will be from 9:00AM to 4:00PM.
· The Barberton location, 560 Wooster Road West, will be open from 9:30AM to 4:00PM.
· Donations of new or clean, gently used winter hats, scarves and gloves in all sizes will be appreciated and accepted at both locations.
Don’t miss The 25th Akron Home and Garden Show at the John S. Knight Center February 15th thru 17th. The Akron Home and Garden Show features the latest products and ideas that local homeowners can use for their next home and garden project. There will be over 170 vendors, demonstrations, food, and much more! Homeowners can look towards experts to help create their dream homes! Visit akronhomeandgarden.com