Come along with Kim Faris and other LITE 945 listeners, on a 13 -day Alaska Cruise and West Coast Train Tour from YMT Vacations. We will leave Dayton for Seattle on August 30, 2013. Call 1-800-888-8204 for more details. This is going to be a magnificent trip!
The Go-Go's and The B-52's will perform at PNC Pavilion on Wednesday, June 26 and a FREE pre-show cook-out will be provided by Blue Grass Quality Meats and Kroger. Gates open and the cookout begins at 6 p.m. show time is 7:30 p.m.
Click here for more info.
Listen to win a pair of tickets to the show on air in the morning on LITE 945, plus you can register to win a pair of tickets too...just register at on our website homepage.
Watch The Go-Go's video, "We've Got the Beat" below. Good-Luck and thanks for listening to LITE 945!
Bats up tomorrow night at Fifth Third Field for the Midwest League All-Star and tonight, Fins Up for the Dragons Block Party at Fraze. Check it out.
Three City of Daytonpools are official host locations of the 2013 World’s Largest Swimming Lesson (WLSL) -- a global effort to set a new Guinness World Record and to encourage water safety -- on Tuesday, June 18.
WLSL holds the current Guinness World Record for the largest simultaneous swimming lesson, which stands at 24,873 participants representing 15 different countries across five continents.
There is no charge for participation, and registration begins at on the day of the event.
Following are the Dayton host locations:
Though often preventable, drowning remains the leading cause of accidental death for kids ages 1 to 5 and the second leading cause for children ages 1 to 14. Research shows participation in formal swimming lessons can reduce the risk of drowning by 88 percent among children ages 1 to 4, yet many kids do not receive formal swimming or water safety training.
In addition to local host organizations including the Dayton Department of Recreation and Youth Services, WLSL is presented by a coalition of the nation's leading water safety and training organizations. For more information, click here.