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Biff seniors and managers pose for group photo at annual radio banquet. Front row: Blake Perlman, Jack Ferszt and Pete Bowers.
Back row: Ron Wittebols, Dylan Deitch, Josh Gun, Mark Stewart, Julian
Reeves, Winston Parker, Ayman Alam, Ameen Khaleel and Ameer Chahine.
Seventy Biff students, managers and parents attended the annual end-of-the-year radio banquet, entitled Biff Bash, on May 21st at Glen Oaks Country Club in Farmington Hills. The "Biffet" dinner started at 7 p.m. followed by comments from WBFH Station Manager Pete Bowers. Operations Manager Ayman Alam showed the Year in Review, a slideshow of events that happened this school year. Bowers did his "Spotlight on Students" segment featuring all the WBFH Staff students by grade, especially the 10 graduating seniors. Assistant Manager/Technical Director Ron Wittebols gave a heartwarming speech about the value of working at the Biff for both the students and himself.
Articles and photos about the Biff have appeared in several media publications recently:
The Michigan Broadcaster newletter from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters: http://newsletter.michmab.com/may14/may14a.html#a2_1.
The Eagle (newspaper): http://candgnews.com/news/bhs-broadcast-students-win-national-awards.
Michiguide (online radio and TV news in Michigan): http://www.michiguide.com/archives2014/2014/05/newsmakers-and-links-wednesday-8.html.
Thirteen WBFH students won 13 national broadcasting awards at the 11th Annual John Drury High School Radio Awards ceremony held at North Central College in Naperville, IL, May 3rd. WBFH students won five 1st Place awards, one 2nd Place award, three 3rd Place awards and five Finalists awards. WBFH won the Best High School Station Award for the fifth time. Station Manager Pete Bowers, Assistant Manager Ron Wittebols, Junior Brock Appleby and Andy Appleby attended the awards ceremony.
WBFH started the day off with a High School Radio Day video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGzU3POzgPY&list=UU8oFgTmTXfkrJ44TgwIJV0g. The Biff did live broadcasts at all three lunches in honor of High School Radio Day. BHS Superintendent Rob Glass stopped by the Biff booth and was interviewed by Biff staff members. Also making an appearence was the WBFH mascot, The Biffalo. Biff students gave out free candy to anyone who had the Biff Radio app on their phone.
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