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LTHS to Host Annual Radio Alumni Week

Be sure to tune into WLTL 88.1FM, Lyons Township High School’s radio station, beginning December 15-21 and January 7-10 to hear WLTL's annual Alumni Week.

Be sure to tune into WLTL 88.1FM, Lyons Township High School’s radio station, beginning December 15-21 and January 7-10 to hear WLTL's annual Alumni Week.  The station will welcome back WLTL alumni from the 70s, 80s, 90s and even this past decade to host shows, play some tunes and talk about the good old days. 

For more details on WLTL’s Alumni Week, visit www.wltl.net or email General Manager Chris Thomas at cthomas@wltl.net.

Below is the schedule for the annual WLTL Alumni Week:

 

Saturday, December 15

12-2pm:  Brian Motherway

2-4pm:  OPEN

4-6pm:  Phil LeBeau

6-8pm:  Kheir Fakhreldin

8-10pm:  Suzanne Stegeman

 

Sunday, December 16

12-5pm:  Mike Baker and the Forgotten 45s

5-7pm:  Evan Seeder and Roger Smith

7-9pm:  Jane Wareham

 

Monday, December 17

6-8pm:  Peter Ferro

8-10pm:  OPEN

 

Tuesday, December 18

4-6pm:  Megan Sandilands

6-8pm:  Kent Coffland, Ray Murphy and John McCann

8-10pm:  Steve Mitchell

 

Wednesday, December 19

4-6pm:  Scott Agner

6-8pm:  Steve Gozdecki

8-10pm:  Michael DePhillips and Sil Gomez

 

Thursday, December 20

4-6pm:  Jacob Alderman

6-8pm:  OPEN

8-10pm:  Ali Virzi

 

Friday, December 21

2-4pm: OPEN

4-6pm: OPEN

6-8pm: OPEN

8-10pm: OPEN           

 

Monday, January 7

4-6pm:  Kelsey Zlevor

6-8pm:  Chris Thomas

8-10pm:  Ted Slowik and Terry Kinn

 

Tuesday, January 8

4-6pm:  Dylan Peterson

6-8pm:  Matt Conroy

8-10pm:  Emma McElherne and Catie Connors

 

Wednesday, January 9

4-6pm:  OPEN

6-8pm:  OPEN

8-10pm:  Alex Georges

 

Thursday, January 10

4-6pm:  OPEN

6-8pm:  Anthony Celfali

8-10pm:  Jeff Rozner

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