Which Color will GO??

 

Crayola is making a big change. The manufacturer says for the first time in it’s 100-year history it will retire a color from it’s 24-count crayon box. The color hasn’t been revealed yet, and the company says it will live stream the decision on Friday, March 31st, which is National Crayon Day. The current colors that make up a Crayola box are red, yellow, blue, brown, orange, green, violet, black, carnation pink, yellow orange, blue green, red violet, red orange, yellow green, blue violet, white, violet red, dandelion, cerulean, apricot, scarlet, green yellow, indigo and gray.

Go to our FACEBOOK Page STAR 92.7 KZSQ to tell us which one you think will retire

Kay Abernethy of Sequoia Woods is our Working Woman!

 

CONGRATULATIONS KAY ABERNETHY for being the Working Woman of the Week!
Listen to the mp3 (below) to hear what her daughter Jessica Walker had to say about her mother.
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Abbey Carpet will provide a $25.00 gift certificate. Abbey Carpet, the first step to better floors!

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Mother Lode Coffee Roasting Co. will provide two, one pound bags of FRESHLY roasted Morning Star Cafe` Blend coffee to the Working Woman of the Week.

The Working Woman selected will have 30 days from the day she is honored to pick up her prize package at Clarke Broadcasting Corp. (342 So. Washington St. Sonora, Ca. 95370)

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Make Good Balsamic Vinegar BETTER!

Simply buy a (big) bottle of inexpensive Balsamic Vinegar and pour the whole bottle into a saucepan. Allow it to reach a boil…then turn down the heat and simmer the vinegar for 10-15 minutes, stirring. You can stir in a bit of honey if you’d like now. Then after it has REDUCED in volume by HALF, you’re done! It’s THAT easy!! Use it on Salad, Dip your Bread in it, Drizzle this lovely Balsamic Reduction on Fish, Parmesan Cheese or even Strawberries!

Lauren Parker is our Amazing new Working Woman of the Week!

Meet Lauren Parker! A second year Kindergarten-4th Grade Learning Center Teacher at Summerville Elementary School.

Lauren Parker and her lovely family!

Click this mp3 to listen to what Jan Wood says about Lauren Parker and to hear about all the cool stuff Lauren will receive thanks to our sponsors!

 

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Abbey Carpet Logo

Abbey Carpet will provide a $25.00 gift certificate. Abbey Carpet, the first step to better floors!

Sonora Dentist

The Sonora Dentist Practice of Dr. Paul Berger treating the special lady to an Exam and Teeth whiting with a $299.00 value. Dr Paul Berger is located at Boulder Plaza on Mono Way.

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Mother Lode Coffee Roasting Co. will provide two, one pound bags of FRESHLY roasted Morning Star Cafe` Blend coffee to the Working Woman of the Week.

The Working Woman selected will have 30 days from the day she is honored to pick up her prize package at Clarke Broadcasting Corp. (342 So. Washington St. Sonora, Ca. 95370)

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Want a Rose That’ll Last FOREVER?

A luxury flower company in London is selling “one hundred percent natural” ‘Beauty and the Beast’ roses that it claims last forever if kept in their original glass domes, or up to three years if exposed to air, without requiring sunlight and water.

Like the magical flower that became synonymous with the 1991 Disney animation movie ‘Beauty and the Beast’, the roses sold by London-based Forever Rose seem to defy all logic. As long as they are kept under their protective glass covers, they never whither, regardless of the conditions they are kept in. They don’t require any water or sunlight.

So what’s the secret behind these real ‘Beauty and the Beast’ roses? Forever Rose says that they are one hundred percent natural flowers “derived from the mineral rich volcanic soils of Ecuador in South America” and set themselves apart “with their uniquely strong petals which grow up to ten times thicker and five times larger than any other blooms available on the market.”

 

Forever Rose Company uses a “secret potion” to preserve the flowers, but would not reveal any of the ingredients.

The company’s most popular flower arrangement is the Bella Rose, a single stem red rose preserved under a glass dome, just like the one in ‘Beauty and the Beast’. Prices for it start at $200.

Even if you were to take them out of the provided glass dome, for some reason, the company claims that the roses, which come in 30 colors and several types of arrangements, will last for up to three years. But having your own enchanted rose isn’t cheap, as these preserved flowers cost between $200 – $4,000, depending on the size and complexity of the arrangement.