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October 2, 2021

8:00 AM | OUTDOOR LIVING HOUR

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The Arizona Farm Bureau's Julie Murphree explains how you can and should support Community Supported Agriculture.  (CAS)

Arizona was an early adopter of CAS, grab and go boxes direct from local farmers.

We list many of the CAS participating area farms and how you can become a loyal customer of real fresh produce.  And help farmers cash flow to keep their business going.

9:00 AM | On The House Hour

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Early signs of fall colors beginning to turn.

As part of Fire Prevention Month, Randy Cole of Fox Valley Electric and Rosie talk about the evolution of electrical components to prevent fires.

Discussion of the plug advancement to '3 prongs' with proper grounding.  The GIF plugs in bathrooms and how they work.  History of aluminum wiring as a fire hazard and one way it can be used safely.  The Arc Fault circuit that curtail the risk of starting an electrical fire.

10:00 AM | Open Home Hour

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Discussion of the 10 Things Homeowner Are Looking For In A Kitchen Remodel.  Rosie talks about the Top 3.

CALLER:  The toilet bowl water level drops after flushing an inch in one hour, 2 and a half inches in two hours and levels off there.  Doesn't drain completely.  What's the cause?

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10/2/21 (running time 8-11AM)

Outdoor Living Hour – Farm Fresh with Arizona Farm Bureau

Julie Murphree with the AZ Farm Bureau joins us with returning special guest Frank Martin of Crooked Sky Farms to talk Farm Fresh: #BoxedVegetables and CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) in Arizona!

On The House Hour: Using All Of Our Senses To Detect And Prevent Fire

Fire Prevention Week is observed each year during the week of October 9th in commemoration of the Great Chicago Fire, which began on October 8, 1871, and ended on the 10th. Since 1922, the NFPA (National Fire Prevention Association) has sponsored the public observance of Fire Prevention Week. In 1925, President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed Fire Prevention Week a national observance. This year’s FPW campaign, “Learn the Sounds of Fire Safety!” works to educate everyone about the different sounds…

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Homeowner Topic: Open Home Hour!

Weekly To-Do Topic: #LEDbulbs – READ MORE>> | Join us this Saturday, we’ll be talking about inspecting your holiday lights for the season and how you can gain energy savings and still put out your lights. 

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