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July 3, 2021
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8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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Arizona Farm Bureau’s Julie Murphree’s guest is Kami Weddle, Director Of Food Safety And Quality at Rousseau Farming Company talking watermelons and other melons.

Kami’s family and science background in Yuma.  The growing seasons in Yuma make it ideal for many different crops to grow and keeping the soil healthy.

Food safety is her top priority after the e-coli outbreak in 2007 and the improvements made after that.

Story of Arizona grown sweet corn better than Iowa!

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Joanna Lawson and Sefora Onye discuss the story of their family who risked everything they owned and left behind to escape to America.  What was the climate in their home country that caused them to  leave everything they owned and worked for to come to the USA!

Discussion of shade creation.  Determining the micro enviroments where you can enjoy and relax in your space.  Rosie explains this with ‘The 12 Stations Of The Beer’.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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CALLER:  Has under cabinet space with a window that’s too far to shine light in the cabinet.  Looking for suggestions for under cabinet lighting.  With the information she’s gathered, confused on whether to get fixture or bar lighting.

Sefora Onye continues her story leaving Romania as a child.  Her family was accused for teaching the Bible.  Going as far as authorities setting fire to their home.  Discusses her dream of a plane ride to America to be in ‘paradise’.

 

7/3/21 (running time 8-11AM)

Outdoor Living Hour – Farm Fresh with Arizona Farm Bureau

Julie Murphree with the AZ Farm Bureau joins us this weekend with special guest Kami Weddle of Rousseau Farms talking Farm Fresh #ArizonaMelons: Cantaloupe & Watermelon 

On The House Hour: Mapping Out Shade Zones

In the summer do you drive around the parking lot for 20 minutes looking for a shady spot to park? The time it takes to find one can take as long as the errand would take itself. How about finding a shady spot at home? Where can you go to get some fresh air without being exposed to the direct sun? You can spend time outside even in the heat of summer, providing you have adequate shade. Any shaded surface on a hot afternoon will be about 30 degrees cooler than in the direct sun. Let’s map out some shade zones for your backyard…

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**EXTRA SPECIAL GUESTS**

We will have special guests on air with us sharing their individual stories of how they have personally escaped dangerous tyrannical regimes. These individuals risked their lives to get to America. Tune in to the broadcast this Saturday to hear why they escaped and how they did it; true life, truly inspiring stories on why getting to America was worth risking everything.

Be sure to have Old Glory flying with pride this 4th of July!

Homeowner Topic: Open Home!

Weekly To-Do Topic: #PoweringHomeElectronics | Join us with Special Guest Randy Cole, Owner of Fox Valley Electric and Solar! What do you do if the power goes out? Randy will help us understand our backup power options

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