Posts Tagged ‘portland’

WAY-FM Marriage Conference FAQ

How do I register for the Conference? You can register here! How many tickets come with a registration? The registration is for 2 people. So as a couple you just need to register once for the two of you. Do you accept checks or cash?  Checks will not be accepted at any time. You can purchase tickets with cash or card at the door, but the price will be $69 for cash and $73 with… … Continue reading

Jeremy Smith is a Hometown Hero

Jeremy Smith is a Hometown Hero. Check out what we have heard about Jeremy: Jeremy Smith is a martial arts master and a hero to many, many people. He and his wife own and operate Dynamic Martial Arts in Gresham, Oregon, but unlike many business owners, he isn’t looking to grab a quick buck every chance he gets. In fact, he donates *several* hours a month teaching self-defense and life skills to women in shelters… … Continue reading

We Appreciate You!

104.5 WAY-FM wants to say THANK YOU for listening and supporting WAY-FM! Join us at one of our listener appreciation events: Friday, September 14th from 4pm to 7pm at Chick-Fil-a Cascade Park. 16400 SE Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98684 Friday, September 21st from 4pm to 7 pm at Chick-Fil-a Clackamas Promenade. 12520 SE 93rd Ave, Clackamas, OR 97015 We will be entertaining the crowd with music, fun, giveaways, AND the chance to sign up… … Continue reading

Gabriele Canazzi is a Hero

GABRIELE CANAZZI IS A HOMETOWN HERO! Gabriele is a registered nurse and is also teaches at Clark College. Check out this nomination letter we received about Gabriele.” “I’m nominating my wife, Gabriele Canazzi. I’m not nominating simply because I’m biased and think she is the most amazing woman in the whole world (which she is) but because she truly is a hero and has constantly put others and their needs before her own for as… … Continue reading

Meet Dot The Mascot!

Welcome Dot the Mascot to WAY-FM Portland We have a new member to our WAY-FM Portland team: Dot the Mascot. You’ll get to meet her at events all throughout the Portland and Vancouver area. She’s friendly and fun. The embodiment of uplifting, upbeat, and real. Here Dot the Mascot enjoys some silent reading in the lobby. Unlike Wally, she likes to stay quiet and let the music do the talking. But she’ll smile, wave, and… … Continue reading

Yuzuru Tanakura is a Hero

Yuzuru Tanakura is a Hometown Hero! We received 3 nominations for Zu. Here are some of the stories shared: Zu or Yuzuru Tanakura is a blessing to my life and has taught me how to be not only a good student but a good person. For 20 years he has taught guitar lessons to kids and played music for church’s worship bands. If it weren’t for him I would be failing in most my classes… … Continue reading

Mike Lord is a Hometown Hero

Mike Lord is a Hometown Hero! Here is the nomination letter we received about Mike: Mike Lord is a teacher at Oregon City High School. Along with being an amazing father of 6 kids in his own blended family, he encourages hundreds of students everyday towards making positive changes within the school that focus on culture, unity, enthusiasm, and involvement. In addition to teaching social studies in the classroom, he’s the student counsel advisor of… … Continue reading

Third Day’s Influence on Matt Maher

Matt Maher has written amazing worship songs like “Your Grace is Enough” and “Your Love Defends Me” so it is a great musical fit for him to be on Third Day’s Farewell Tour (coming to Portland June 1). But for Matt it goes even deeper than that. Third Day was the first Christian concert he ever attended. Check out that story and more. … Continue reading

Last Chance to See Third Day

Mac Powell and Third Day have been making music and touring for decades and now it’s coming to an end. One more farewell tour, coming to Portland with Matt Maher on June 1 at Moda Center Theater of the Clouds. They’ll be playing all the hits and probably your favorites…but not Paul’s favorite. Hear Mac not so gently let him know it’s not going to happen. HURRY AND GET YOUR TICKETS HERE … Continue reading