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Licking County Summer of Golf

Denison Golf Course
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Licking County Summer of Golf 2021

Every Friday through August 6th, tune into KOOL 101.7 FM for your chance to score passes to your favorite local course, thanks to Explore Licking County and the following; Denison Golf Club, The Trout Club P.R., The Virtues Golf Club. All will include 4 passes, including cart, to lucky caller 7 and Kyber Run Golf Course offers a pair of passes, with cart.




Hot Summer KOOL Prizes


Last Summer was kind of a drag, so we will be giving away lots of prizes to make your summer really KOOL! Family 4 packs of tickets to The Columbus Zoo, Zoombeezi Bay and The Wilds, golf passes, free car washes and restaurant gift cards! Maybe even a few concerts too!

We will be giving away multiple prizes every day (weekends too), so listen for your cue to call and be caller number 7, to win some summer fun on us!

Thanks to our Hot Summer KOOL Prizes Sponsors;  Puff-N-Stuff, Church Street Floor Coverings, The Trout Club, Thornville Hardware & Supply, Pro Golf Outlet, Pagani's Downtown Car Care, Goodwill at the Lake, Moo-Moo Car Wash and Handleman Law Office 


Live Action Remotes


Join Ella and the KOOL Crew, Buster Douglas and former Buckeye greats,

Saturday, August 7th, 10 AM – 1 PM,

at CBD Health Collection

to launch a New Product of CBD Health for Buster Douglas.

136 N Prospect St, Granville, OH 43023


Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial, Church Street Floor Coverings, Puff N Stuff, KMA Electric and Heating & Cooling, KOOL 101.7/Buckeye Country 107.7 and staff, would like to pay respect to the Servicemen and Women from Ohio, who have made the ultimate sacrifice fighting the war on terrorism since 9/11/2001.

Please join us every Sunday morning, at 8:50 am, on KOOL 101.7 fm, when we will feature the biography and profile of one of Ohio's Fallen Heroes.


Sunday, August 1st, 2021


December 24, 2005
Seven Hills, Ohio, U.S.
Operation Iraqi Freedom
American flags stood along the Andres' front porch Monday, along with a manger scene, a snowman and a sign wishing visitors a Merry Christmas. His father, Joseph Andres Sr., said his son was "adventurous" but responsible. He rode dirt bikes, skateboarded and snowboarded. But he also was on the honor roll, played drums in the symphony orchestra, wrestled and ran track. Two years into studying materials engineering at the University of Cincinnati, Andres decided to join the military. He started as a medic in the Army Reserve in 1992 and joined the Army a year later. "He really believed in what he did," sister Debbi Serraglio said.


Courtesy of the Fallen Feather Project

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