Stafford & Frigo

Back To School With Stafford and Frigo
Back To School With Stafford and Frigo

It’s time to head Back To School with Stafford and Frigo!

Kids and busses and traffic will be back on Monday, ready or not! Jim Frigo will climb onboard a Brookland School Bus with the Arkansas State Police to call attention to all of the bus and school zone laws that we take for granted, forget and sometimes ignore!

Trey will pay tribute to all of the parents sending their kids off to school for the first time with the 17th reading of the poem, “I Trust You’ll Treat Her Well” at about 7:40. Grab the Kleenex.

We’ll have a free “BACK TO SMOOTHIE” to give away — a free smoothie from Tropical Smoothie, with locations on East Nettleton and at Hilltop next to Kum and Go!

Becca from the Country Mecca, Cecily Knobler LIVE from Hollywood, our Almost Impossible Trivia Question, Birthdays, Bonehead of the Day, Pledge of Allegiance, Fox Clips, and more!

Looking forward to riding to school with you .. again .. starting Monday!

Stafford and Frigo!

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