June! Graduations! Celebrations!
June! Graduations! Father’s Day Celebrations! Weddings! Summer Begins!
Yes, it’s easy to be caught up in the celebrations of summer. Especially this year with the loosening of COVID restrictions. There is much that you want to do and so much to do!
A Common Thread in Your Day is Music!
From the time you get up, maybe even before you get out of bed, depending on your alarm, to bedtime, music runs throughout your day. “Nice & Easy” radio, hosted by Brian Nadeau, and a cup of Coffee Hound coffee (CoffeeHoundCoffeeCo.com) ease you into the morning and helps you plan your day.
At night, “Nice & Easy” eases you into that gentle night. You know you can get a peaceful night’s sleep because your house is safe from pests because you called Heavens Best Pest Control (HeavensBestPestControl.com).
“Mainely Alternative,” hosted by Kim Mitchell, offers a challenge. With both new music from around the nation and Maine, as well as classics from the alt vault. Since it’s music on the cutting edge, it may also be time to think about cutting edge power.
Pine Tree Solar (PineTreeSolar.com) can help you out with installation of a new solar power system! While getting that new power system, it’s also a good time to call Affordable Home (AffordableHomeOnline.com). Affordable Home can make your home as efficient as possible with energy audits, blown insulation, radon, and water testing.
“Cheese Radio,” hosted by Bill DaButler, not only brings you a wide variety of music from the ’90s and beyond. It also provides a perfect soundtrack to eating any of the delicious food from DragonFire Pizza (DragonFirePizza.me). Never be without the tunes again by calling EPS Electric Power Systems. Get a new Cummins generator installed to keep you warm, out of the dark, and the tunes cranking this winter.
“Mainely 80’s,” hosted by Jim Baines, has all the best of the decade of decadence. You can show that you learned a lot since then by getting in touch with Sam Black at Black’s Heat Pumps (BlacksHeatPumps.com). Get an efficent heat pump to keep you warm this winter, and maybe even more important, cool this summer.
Then, if you have a lot of stuff hanging around the house from the 80’s, like your Rubik’s Cube or VHS tapes, and don’t want to get rid of them yet, put them in storage. Parker K. Bailey and Sons (ParkerKBailey.com) can help you out with all your storage needs.
“Mainely 70’s,” hosted by Steve G., has all the 70’s music for your celebrations. Great for nostalgia or a night by the campfire at Forest Ridge Campround (ForestRidgeCampground.com) in Ellsworth. Don’t forget to mention Maine Internet Radio for a 20% discount!
While enjoying camp life, Tim Davis at Tim’s Plumbing (TimsPlumbingMaine.com) can work at your home. For remodels, new plumbing, or fixing a plumbing problem, give Tim’s Plumbing a call.
June is also the month where we celebrate Flag Day on June 14th. Join “Wreaths Across America Radio” for their ongoing mission to remember, honor, and teach. Any way you look at it, Maine Internet Radio has something for everyone in the family.
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