Seneca Falls Parks and Recreation Director Jim Spina is probably the biggest Clemson football fan in the Finger Lakes. He’s in-studio with the Web Dog as a guest on Weber This Week to talk about the match-ups for the College Football Playoffs and the violent hit by the Patriots’ Rob Gronkowski on a helpless Bills defensive back.
Mike Scaglione has been involved with Hoop’s Annual Bicycle Giveaway for several years. The program, founded by Seneca Falls native Bob Hooper, provides bicycles to children at need at Christmas in Seneca County. Hear from Bob Hooper via telephone and Mike Scaglione in-studio on Monday’s edition of Weber This Week.
Local musician Nate Michaels of Clyde is in-studio to perform his music on Monday afternoon. Nate is one of the hardest working musicians in the Finger Lakes playing as many as 7 shows a week at venues throughout the region. This is his second appearance on Weber This Week.
Meet Bob and Donna Stivers who operate a wide variety of businesses in the Geneva area. They are in-studio along with their marketing partner Casey Fick to talk about their boat tours, Tiki Bar North, Stivers Seneca Marine, Lake Street Winery and their rental business. Also, their thoughts on the state of Geneva heading into 2018.