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“Hometown Heroes” Haines City’s K9 Unit On The 97.5 Breakfast Club!

Haines City Canine Officers Dave Heptinstall and “Phoenix” with Officer David Smith and “Wesson” share the hard work and dedication these “partners” put in every day!  Check out what they told us here:



Hometown Heroes Haines City K9 Sept 2017

Thanks for all you do!

Actor Yul Vazquez Catches Up With The 97.5 Breakfast Club!

Yul Vazquez talks about his character “The Rev” on “Midnight Texas”, his Johnny Cash style on the show, why he loves The Hag and what drives him crazy at the movies…Check out the interview here:




Actor Yul Vazquez

Big And Rich On The 97.5 Breakfast Club!

Big Kenny and John Rich talk hurricanes, their new CD “Did It For The Party” and share how they drive their wives crazy!  Check it out here:



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Big and Rich!

An encouraging message from Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd following Hurricane Irma

Listen as Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd shares what we should be doing as a community in the aftermath of Irma…



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Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd

Brett Young On The 97.5 Breakfast Club!

Brett Young talks about the “Concert For The Kids” with Roger and DJ Thee Trucker!  Listen to what he has to say:



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Brett Young

Preparing For The Hurricane With Pete McNally Director Of Emergency Management Division Of Polk County

Pete McNally shares how we should be preparing for Hurricane Irma plus a couple bonus “Household Hurricane Hacks”…check it out here:



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Help GJHS “Stuff The Semi” For Hurricane Harvey Animal Relief!

Our friends in Texas need lots of help including with their animals.  Let’s team up with George Jenkins High School and “Stuff The Semi”!

George Jenkins High School


Hurricane Harvey Animal Relief


Supplies Needed

  • Leashes (various sizes)
  • Collars (various sizes)
  • Blankets
  • Towels
  • Livestock Supplies
    • Horse Feed
    • Cattle Feed
    • Halters
    • Lead Ropes
  • Cat Food/Dog Food
  • Cat Litter

Feed accepted in all sizes but must be in a sealed bag


Monetary Donations can be dropped off at the school and will be used to purchase feed or donated to shelters and rescue centers in the surrounding areas of Houston

Cash or Check

Checks made payable to: Eagle Club/Harvey Animal Relief


Drop Off By Septbember 22nd

Items can be dropped off in the main office or the GJHS Ag Department

George Jenkins High School

6000 Lakeland Highlands Rd

Lakeland, FL 33812

(863) 648-3566


Contact Kelly Benton a  or

Lauren Barbato at if you have any further questions




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