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Went crosstown to 96.1 Hit Radio 96 WHTX with Captain Show Biz & Cary Pall in 1983 for PM Drive.

Some of the members of the Westport Island History Committee brave Sunday’s heat. The committee is excited to offer these areas for focus in the open house: the tidal mills, whose remains are still easily seen along several of the coves on the west and east sides of the island; recreation and community life, with regalia and assorted objects from Westport’s Grange chapter, uniforms and equipment from the baseball team of the 1950s, dances and other social activity; the committee’s collection of old photos of people, houses, schools, industry and various scenes of the island, stored and available for view on the Maine Historical Society’s Maine Memory Network; new additions to the collection, including photographs and artifacts related to the Segerstrom preserve and Jewett family donations; quilts and examples of older textiles from the town collection; resources for genealogical research with Westport Island families, including a copy of the Bea Harriman book, vital records materials, and other genealogical research in the committee’s collection; materials about some of Westport Island’s historic houses, from the 2018 tour of six homes; and a reproduction of the town’s original record book, dating back to the 1828 separation of Westport from Edgecomb.) while in Pittsburgh through the 80’s –way to many to list!Programmed in Memphis, Charlotte, Seattle in the 90’s and moved to Salt Lake to manage a cluster in 1999.Even if you’re not comfortable donating or loaning the item, committee members would love to take information about the artifact or document for our records, to help researchers.If you’re interested in Westport Island’s history and want to become more involved with preserving it, come and learn about opportunities with the History Committee and the newly formed Friends of Westport Island History.KEITH ABRAMS – Worked weekends for Joel Raab, Alan Furst and Barry Mardit at WEEP-AM while attending Clarion and was then hired by Bobby Christian for swing on the original 96KX in 1982 (which rocked, cause I wanted to BE Suitcase Simpson! Moved to evenings and APD/MD when Hitradio 96/WHTX was born (by the good Captain Showbiz! Became the Program Director in late ’83 (again thanks to the Captain) and remained till ’89.

I had the honor and pleasure of working with and knowing some of the greatest radio folks ever (and just great people!!

From left: Gaye Wagner, Sandy Besecker, Debbie Williams, Callie Connor, Dedee Greenleaf Hodgdon, Mary Coventry, Jean Wilhelmsen-Exter and Dennis Dunbar. Courtesy of Jeff Tarbox The Westport Island History Committee met over the weekend, braving the heat and humidity to further plan the History Day open house at Westport Island’s historic Town Hall from 1 to 5 p.m. There will be easels with photographs of people, houses and places the committee would like help in identifying. Committee members will help with answers or advice.

And for fun, the committee will conduct a scavenger hunt where visitors can search for and find a dozen items on display. The committee especially wants to encourage anyone with artifacts or documents relating to Westport Island’s history to bring them to share.

Evening, later Afternoon DJ/Sports, WJHB, Greensburg, PA, 1981-82.

NOW…PM Drive anchor on top-rated all-newser WTOP, Washington, DC since 1998. Previously, sports/news anchor Associated Press Radio Network, DC (’87-94)… DAVE ANTHONY – “I worked from 1979 to 1986 at WEEP/WDSY.

Located in a former warehouse on the road to the Portland International Jetport, Eastpoint’s 360-seat auditorium was filled and lit for a performance.