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April, Annabelle and Jess in Asheville, NC!
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Vortex Donuts in Asheville, NC

March 1st! Super Tuesday?  Call it Rainy Tuesday here in Knox County…but it’s not getting us down. We have a new partner on board for the All Request Drive Home – Troyer’s of Apple Valley. You can click their name to find out more about their business. Thanks to Troyer’s for supporting WNZR and the Afternoon Drive!

We had fun today giving out prizes, including a Hillsong CD and a $5 gift card to Troyer’s for our music games. Song Poetry today was from ‘Hanging On’ by Britt Nicole, while Name That Tune’s :10 clip was ‘All Things Possible’ by Mark Schultz.

I’m flying solo this week as the ladies enjoy time off for spring break.  Here’s more from Jess and her adventures…

Monday was day 2 of my spring break road trip – go check out yesterday’s blog to read all about day 1! We spent pretty much the whole day exploring Asheville, North Carolina. We started our day off with some of the best doughnuts I’ve ever had, including a white chocolate raspberry one that was AMAZING, at Vortex Doughnuts. Then, we headed over to the Asheville arts district and found an entire graffiti village, which we spent about an hour just walking through and taking tons of photos and videos. Next, we spent a few hours just walking around downtown, checking out some cool local shops and taking fun pictures. After a very long day in Asheville, we drove a little over 2 hours to get to Charlotte where we’re staying for the night. Tomorrow, we’re headed off to Wilmington to check out some filming locations from one of our favorite shows, One Tree Hill!

Please continue to pray for Faith as she and a group of MVNU students work in Belize!

Tomorrow we’re talking about the lost art of being a gentleman…don’t miss it!

Word of the Day today is appropriate for Super Tuesday – PUNDIT, a noun meaning a person who knows a lot about a particular subject and who expresses ideas and opinions about that subject publicly (such as by speaking on television and radio shows).

Thanks for listening and stay dry!

-Joe

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