KKBN Hard Working Man 04.10.2019

Andrew Silva

Hi!

I’d like to nominate my husband, Andrew Silva, for the Hard-Working Man award!! He’s the ultimate hard worker; on the job and at home. He’s a full time UPS driver who puts in the extra hours and never says “No” to helping a fellow coworker.

But it doesn’t stop there… He comes home to Me, and his three girls (Aubrey, Annabelle and Abigail), and he continues to put in hard work on our ‘fixer upper’ well into the evenings, even as late as 2 AM sometimes!! From remodeling our laundry room and installing our beautiful new floors, he’s doing it all. Never asking for help, and always determined to do his best work. You should see the amazing custom playhouse he built for his daughters, from the ground up!! He’s the ultimate fun dad and loves taking his oldest daughter to school every morning. He always makes sure to ask about their days, even if they’re already tucked into bed by the time he gets home.

He’s constantly helping others, friends or family, he’s not going to be too busy for ya!! Andrew is such an amazing husband, always caring and providing for all of us and we’d like to see him be rewarded for all his endless hard work!!!

 

Amanda

 

Winners receive gifts from our sponsors:

Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950 call 532-3624

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KKBN Hard Working Man (1.9.19)

My boyfriend Luke is the hardest working man I know. After his normal 8 hour job working for the Maintenance Dept at Pine Mountain Lake, Luke is usually working on somebody’s roof, clearing lots for fire prevention, landscaping, felling a tree limb or entire tree, helping to build a garage, cutting pads, digging trenches, cutting firewood, making a handcrafted gift for someone, or any one of the other side jobs/projects he may have going on. He does all these things for his family, friends, neighbors and community members, sometimes for little or no pay. He has a great sense of humor and a kind heart. As I am writing this, my Luke is outside, working on a gift for my son’s new home. It is cold and wet, this is what he does. I am proud to nominate my Luke as he is the hardest working man I know!

 

Yvonne Penland

Winners receive gifts from our sponsors:

Jim’s Automotive on Shaws Flat-Family owned and operated since 1950

 532-3400

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Josh Pfeiffers Star is Shining Bright

 

Josh Pfeiffer is an American singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, and philanthropist with roots in the Mother Lode.

He joined Big Joe this week on KKBN to talk about life and music and his new song and video, “One More Time”.

He was born in Sonora, California and attended Summerville High School. He and his wife, Tara Pfeiffer, have three children and left their Lake Tulloch home in Copperopolis around four years ago to live in both downtown Reno and in Sacramento.

The artist released his debut album American Crooner Act:1 in 2010 featuring cover versions of Big Band standards as well as original compositions, Life, Beautiful Girl, California Days, When I’m With You, and Where I Want To Be. The album features the late Tower Of Power founding member and critically-acclaimed Trumpet player Mic Gillette.

Pfeiffer released the music video for his single “Life” directed by Emmy Award winner Alejandro Guimoye in 2016. Filmed along the Northern California coast, the video is a tribute to Josh’s late parents and features his daughter Tamara Pfeiffer.

This year Pfeiffer re-released his single Life in the Pop genre, and donated six months of the proceeds from the single and music video to the victims of the Northern California Wildfires. Later this year, Pfeiffer will release his single and music video “Brand New Shoes”, which was written and co produced by David Schram and mixed by Grammy Award winner Joe Chiccarelli.

Pfeiffer is currently back in the studio working on his latest original compositions, “One More Time” and “Dancing Girl”, as well as a studio version of Frank Sinatra’s “Luck Be A Lady”.  Tune into Big Joe’s Good Morning Show on KKBN to hear more of the interview with Josh.

 

Clarke Broadcasting’s 9th Annual Cash Drive For Interfaith

 

KKBN-KZSQ-KVML will be live on the air on Friday, November 30th accepting pledges for Interfaith. Call (209) 533-1450 from 6am-Noon. Interfaith Social Services of Tuolumne County will use your donations to feed and provide services for our less fortunate neighbors.

Big Joe’s Good Morning Show on Today’s Country 93.5 KKBN, Mark & Maryann in the Morning on Star 92.7, and Mark Truppner on KVML will give ongoing updates of the totals pledged. Businesses that participate will be recognized on the air, and challenges are encouraged!

We will have volunteers manning the phones to take your pledge. Your tax deductible donation should be dropped off at 342 South Washington Street Sonora CA 95370 by 5pm on Friday, November 30th. Make checks out to Interfaith or use PayPal .

Then, Saturday, December 1st 9am to 12 noon, join us for a live broadcast from Standard park and bring new (or gently used) coats or jackets in any size. The Interfaith volunteers will greet you, provide a receipt and say THANKS! It only takes a few moments and you can be on your way!

Be sure to bring the kids, a camera and watch Santa arrive by helicopter at 11AM, courtesy of PHI Air Medical. There will be plenty of Christmas festivities and Santa will talk to each child personally!

ALL donations—CASH and COATS—go to Interfaith Social Services to help needy families in Tuolumne County.

As a local business, we encourage you to do your CASH and COAT DRIVE inside your business! Please do not bring coats to the radio stations.