WBFH staff were present for the 23rd Annual Woodward Dream Cruise on Saturday, August 19. The staff uses this event as an unofficial kick-off to the new school year as they were live from the corner of Square Lake and Woodward Avenue on one of the best days for a summer cruise event.
This year's staff is looking forward to a new chapter in WBFH's history as they welcome new radio instructor, Danielle Tier, to the Biff family. The entire staff is working hard to update curriculum and welcome new students to the broadcast program. Stay tuned for coverage of Black Hawk football and basketball games this fall.
Some of the WBFH staff to participate included (left to right) Kaylie Brooks, Nick Albaran, Josh Salhaney, Station Manager Ronald Wittebols, Alex Grant, Adrian Wilen and Emma Ramsey. Noah Steng sits in the foreground.
It's always a great opportunity for staffers to be out in the field with a live remote. Nick Albaran and Alex Grant are all smiles while introducing some vintage Motown music from the late 1960s.
Kaylie Brooks and Nick Albaran hustle some free Biff swag to cruisers who demonstrate that they are listening to WBFH 88.1 FM on Woodward Avenue.
Josh Salhaney (center) provides some interesting history about Woodward Avenue to Kaylie Brooks and Alex Grant. Students do a tremendous amount of research about special topics like the cruise.
Kenny Eaton files a solo sports report from the edge of Woodward Avenue.