The winners of the Mutzabaugh's Family Markets & 98.9 WQLV-fm Turkey Bowling Contest that was held at Mutzabaugh's Market on Thursday, November 26 are Jim Theurer from Halifax the Grand Champion and Lorie Shaffer runner up. Thanks to all who participated in the contest and to Mutzabaugh's Family Market for allowing us to have the contest in their store. A fun time was had by all. Click HERE to see pictures of the Turkey Bowling Contest.
Susquenita's Coach Jeff Deitz
Boys & Girls Basketball Previews
98.9 WQLV-fm sports team has interviews and reports on the area boys and girls basketball teams for the 2013 season. Each day you will hear a different preview. We will start with the Newport Girls on Wednesday, November 20. If you miss a preview, or to see pictures of the Banquet, you can click here and listen at your convenience.
98.9 WQLV-FM Holiday Showcase
Here is a picture of the turkey that was at the WQLV-fm Holiday Showcase at the Halifax Ambulance Center.
Prez's Cajun Turkey Recipe;
10 pound turkey and all the ingredients can be found at Mutzabaugh's Family Market in Duncannon
Inject the Turkey 24 hours before baking, deep frying, or grilling
Injectable: Combine the following ingredients in a large coffee cup (2 cups) , 4 table spoons of Tony Cachere's Creole Seasoning, tablespoon of garlic powder or liquid, table spoon of onion powder or liquid, 4 table spoons of lemon juice, top off the cup with apple cider or juice, (optional) 4 table spoons of melted butter.
If you are baking or grilling, place your turkey on a rack in a roaster and pour apple cider in the roaster up to the bottom rack. Place your turkey on the rack, build a tent over the turkey with foil leaving each end open. cook your turkey until the meat is 180 degrees.
For pictures and more recipes from the Holiday Showcase click HERE!
Red Cross Begins Holiday Mail for Heroes
Now to December 6, Americans can express their gratitude and best wishes for the holiday season to those who give the ultimate gift to our country. Service members, veterans and their families will receive cards across the country and around the world.
“It just takes a moment to sign a card to share your appreciation for the sacrifices members of the military community make,” said Brian Navitsky, Holiday Mail For Heroes Chairperson. “You say thanks, and we’ll do the rest.”
The Red Cross invites the public to send messages of thanks and holiday cheer by mailing them to:
Holiday Mail for Heroes, P.O. Box 5456, Capitol Heights, MD 20791-5456
Red Cross volunteers across the United States and on military installations overseas sort and deliver the cards throughout the holiday season. The Red Cross has received and distributed more than 6.5 million cards for members of the U.S. Armed Forces, veterans and their families since the program began in 2006.
To ensure that cards are delivered in time for the holidays, they must be postmarked no later than December 6. Individuals are asked to refrain from sending letters, monetary donations, or any other kinds of inserts with the cards and from using glitter. More information and card requirements can be found at redcross.org/holidaymail.
During this holiday season, the public can also support all Red Cross services by making a financial donation at redcross.org or by calling 1-800-REDCROSS.
Rescue Mission Food Drive
The Rescue Mission Food Drive is underway and will continue until Saturday, December 21. This holiday season over 66,000 meals will be provided to hungry families at your local rescue missions. They need non-perishable food items and you can drop them off at any of the following locations: any Turkey Hill Minit Market, any M&T Bank in Lancaster, York, Lebanon, Dauphin, Perry or Cumberland Counties or visitwww.rescuemissionfooddrive.orgfor more drop-off locations.
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