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Nationally recognized with 3 ACM nominations and 1 CRS Country Aircheck Award for Personality of the Year

on Thursday, 03 April 2014 11:38.

8thAnnual Stewart’s Caring Place “Hope Walk”

Join WQMX’s Sue Wilson and WONE’s Tim Daugherty for Hope Walk to benefit Stewart’s Caring Place Cancer Wellness Center.

Saturday May 10th at the Fairlawn Community Center on Smith Rd in Fairlawn.

Hope Walk: is a 2.3 mile walk and family event that raises money to make it possible for Stewart's Caring Place to offer services free-of-charge to those who have been touched by cancer. 

Form a team or walk as an individual, couple, family or friends. You can even create a donation page only if you can't walk.

Complete  details at wqmx.com

Registration Scoop:
Register online at www.StewartsCaringPlace.org by clicking on the Hope walk link and create your own personal web page to encourage family and friends to sponsor you. Or stop by Stewarts Caring Place Cancer Wellness Center at 2955 West Market Street, near Summit Mall, in Fairlawn, OH. Pre- Online Registration: $15 Online registration closes at 12:00pm on Friday, May 9. You can register the day of the walk, the price is $20.

Click HERE to register or create a page


on Wednesday, 02 April 2014 11:15.

You know the saying, "An apple a day keeps the doctor away"? Turns out eating one apple isn't enough. A new study suggests people who eat up to seven servings of fruit and

vegetables a day can cut their risk of death by 42% - and that vegetables may be more important than fruit to your overall health. During the study, researchers also found

that vegetables are king – and end up being more important than fruit to your overall health.

It seems diets rich in fruits and vegetables protect people against cancer, heart disease, and all other causes of death.

So, hit the farmer’s market – or plant a garden. Your life might depend on it. (CNN)

on Wednesday, 02 April 2014 10:50.

 “What’s cool nowadays”  is a site for teens. Here’s a rundown of 9 things that are currently “cool” to today’s teenagers:

  1. ·         Snapchat, Vine, and Instagram
  2. ·         Getting drunk to the point of getting sick
  3. ·         Disney’s Frozen
  4. ·         Hating on Facebook
  5. ·         Being smart
  6. ·         Ray-bans, Doc Martens, and Converse sneakers
  7. ·         Pokemon
  8. ·         Living the life of a rapper
  9. ·         Having a car



on Friday, 28 March 2014 12:26.

It’s the weekend, so you might be rolling into a bar. Be smart about it and don’t say any of these stupid things to your bartender: (just tip them well :-)

  • But you seem so smart.
  • Can you make me something without calories?
  • Do you know who I am?
  • It’s my birthday! Free drink?
  • Make it strong.
  • Is that wedding ring real, or is it to keep people from hitting on you?
  • What’s good?
  • Do you have a phone charger?
  • Can you do any bar tricks?
  • Have you seen Cocktail? (Buzzfeed)

on Friday, 28 March 2014 12:20.

Going on Spring Break? Any of your young adult children going on Spring Break. Here are a few facts you may NOT want to hear.

Here’s a by-the-numbers look at Spring Break.

  1. More than 1.5 million students will party during Spring Break, spending more than a billion dollars in Texas and Florida alone.
  2. Spring breakers spend an average of $1,100 a week, which is about what a family of four spends on food for an entire month.
  3. 40 percent of the guys plan on being drunk throughout the entire day – while only 33 percent of women are making this a priority. 

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