Archive for July, 2014

This week’s show – Off to Columbus

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Tune in this Saturday to A Firm Foundation live from Columbus for the always new Ohio State Fair. This every summer event is widely known as the top state fair in the country, and N. W. Ohio’s most trusted hosts will bring you all the action beginning at 9:00 am. locally on AM1470, streamed live at or I-Heart radio.

Partnering with our friends from the Ohio Farm Bureau Rick and Jackie will inform you about many of the issues facing agriculture and our food supply. It’s a must hear, Saturday on A Firm Foundation live from the Ohio State Fair.

Last week’s show – Marathon Classic

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Pictured with Jackie from last week’s Marathon Classic is Craig Weigland our host from Marathon Oil.

This week’s show – Middle of summer events

Friday, July 18th, 2014

Greetings from a sun-drenched Highland Meadows Golf Club, the site of the 29th playing of the Marathon Classic, and this Saturday as we have since 2002, N. W. Ohio’s most trusted hosts will be there beginning at 9:00 am… with golf updates and insight into Toledo’s biggest event of the year!

Unprecedented, this year, again kids 17 and under get in for free, military, and active police or fire members all get in for free. And if you were not there today you missed senior day at the Classic, when seniors got in for free!

The weather looks great for the rest of the week, so tune into A Firm Foundation with Rick and Jackie Saturday on AM1470 WLQR, or streamed live at and also on I-Heart radio.

Last week’s show – Classics

Friday, July 18th, 2014

Pictured with Jackie from last week’s Classics on Main is Jeff Snook, owner of Snook’s Dream Car Museum, and Ginny Stewart, owner of Hats and Apparel. Both Jackie and Ginny are modeling clothes from Hats and Apparel.

This week’s show – Classic cars and classic houses, what do they have in common?

Friday, July 11th, 2014

Classics on Main, this Saturday! Get ready for the biggest classic car show in N. W. Ohio, “Classics on Main” this Saturday in downtown Bowling Green. Last year over 300 classic cars were on display for everyone to enjoy.

Jeff Snook, owner of Snook’s Dream Car Museum, helps organize this highly successful event and he will be our feature guest this Saturday on the show.

Speaking of show, Jackie will be dressed in some of the latest in classic fashions courtesy of Hats and Apparel on S. MainStreet, where A Firm Foundation will originate live this Saturday beginning at 9:00 am. Tune in live on AM1470 WLQR, or streamed live at and also on I-Heart radio.

It will be great fun this weekend in downtown Bowling Green, now what do classic cars and classic houses have in common, they all start with a firm foundation. Pictured from the jobsite today (600 Jacqueline Pl.) are the footers ready for concrete, pay particular attention to the forms, made of one of the best improvements ever for a dry usable basement, “Form-a-drain” providing the drainage tile around the perimeter and inside perimeter of the basement and connected to the pumps at the top of the picture.

Digging basement

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

600 Jacqueline Place underway

Parade of Custom Homes

Monday, July 7th, 2014

604 Jacqueline

608 Jacqueline

612 Jacqueline

616 Jacqueline

NOT this week’s show, but next week’s!

Friday, July 4th, 2014

Hi Everyone, this Saturday July 5, there will be NO broadcast of A Firm Foundation Radio show, Rick and Jackie are off to Oxford, Ohio with the first two replacement windows for their 18 year old rental house, work to do on the 4th of July.

Next week July 12, is one of the two biggest events of the year in downtown Bowling Green, Classics on Main, the mid-summer classic car show like none other in the area, last year over 300 cars on display. N. W. Ohio’s most trusted hosts will be live on S. Main Street, at Ginny Stewart’s Hats and Apparel, one of Jackie’s favorite stores, Jackie will be modeling clothes that morning from Ginny’s store.

After not missing a Saturday in the last 3 1/2 years Rick and Jackie are looking forward to a quiet Saturday in Oxford!

God Bless the U.S.A.