I love people and I love what I do. Whether I am at a concert, a local fundraiser or a 'live on location' broadcast I get to meet listeners. I am also a huge music fan and I am crazy about the new music as well as the old classics. One of the blessings of the morning show is talking to you and learning the needs of our community. When I'm not at the radio station, I enjoy spending my free time with my beautiful wife, my five wonderful daughters and three awesome sons. I've been a Boy Scout all my life, therefore I believe we all need to spend more time in the great outdoors camping and enjoying quality time together. Mostly though, I am the happiest when I'm on the radio.
The Best Places to Go Swimming in Abilene
Abilene is very fortunate to have some great swimming pools. Here's a list of awesome pools to cool off in, during the dog days of summer. By the way most pools are open now.
ACU’s Summer Shakespeare Festival Returns to Abilene
ACU's Summer Shakespeare Festival is back with two plays. The first is the Shakespeare classic 'The Tempest'. The other is the witty 'Much Ado About Nothing'.
The Roscoe Plowboy Mud Bogs Will Be Slinging Mud on July 1st
Plowboy Mud Bog are Saturday July 1st at Roscoe's little league baseball fields. Organizers expect over 2000 spectators and more than 50 participants.
Friends of the Abilene Public Library Annual Book Sale Is June 15th – 18th
Friends of the Abilene Public Library's annual book at the Abilene Civic Center is June 15th through the 18th. The sale includes books, records, DVDs, CDs, and more.
Vacation Bible School Schedule for Abilene Area
School is almost out, many area churches will be having vacation bible school. Here's a list of the churches that are having VBS this year.
The CALF Honors Garth Williams and All His Fuzzy Baby Animals
The Annual Children's Art and Literacy Festival is June 8th through 10th in downtown Abilene. This year, Garth Williams who's the illustrator of “Stuart Little”, "Charoltte's Web" and others will be featured. Don't miss it.
The City of Abilene Recycle Center Opens a New Brush Center
If you need to get rid of tree limbs, shrub trimmings and other yard waste, the City of Abilene can help. The new Brush Center is where you can drop off organics and/or pick up free mulch.
Abilene Celebrates ‘Zoolute to Dyess’ on Armed Forces Day
The Abilene Zoo is hosting 'Zoolute' for military families on National Armed Forces Day May 20th. Military families get in free and enjoy lunch, music and more.
Jog for Jillian or Sprint for Spence in This 5k Benefit
This 5k walk/run is done in memory by the families of Jillian Thomas and Spenser LaBrie. All funds raised will benefit several Big Country organizations.
The Tin Fore Golf Classic Benefits Families of Downed Officers
The Tin Fore Golf Tournament at Maxwell Golf Course is set for Friday, May 12th. The tournament benefits the "Local Roll Call of Officers Memorial Monument". Here's how you can help.
Shoot the Clay Break Classic While Helping the Boys Ranch
Compete in this years Clay Break Classic in memory of Andy Esparza and you'll help the Ben Richey Boys Ranch. The benefit clay shoot is May 6th, at Abilene Clay Sports. Get more details here.
Join the Big Country Walk for Autism at ACU’s Elmer Gray Stadium
Support the '2nd Annual Big Country Walk For Autism' May 6th, at Elmer Gray Stadium on the ACU campus. The event features food, family activities and much more.