FM 108 Day set for this Saturday

By Amanda McBride The Choctaw Plaindealer

Make plans to head to French Camp this Saturday for the 2013 FM 108 Day at the WFCA radio station. Join FM 108, French Camp Academy and more from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. to help them reach their goal of raising $108,000 in 2013. Become a FM 108 member with a pledge of $108.

FM 108 Day is a day full of fun, food, fellowship, door prizes and a silent auction. Come early for a free breakfast of cinnamon rolls and coffee. Singing begins at 9 a.m. with local performers including Legacy of Faith, Joyful Noise, Masters Quartet, David Timms and more.

Only a few steps away from the singing will be arts and crafts vendors ready to help start Christmas shopping early. Enjoy lunch during FM 108 Day around noon with hamburgers, hot dogs and all the trimmings.

WFCA FM is a ministry of French Camp Academy. The commercial non- profit radio station providers their listeners with the daily message of God’s love as they work and worship together. Any “profit” from the station goes to help support FCA.

WFCA is a Southern Gospel music format and uses various Christian programs, such as James Dobson, Tony Evans, and Chuck Swindoll, to deliver the message of the Gospel to central and northern Mississippi and the world. WFCA also plays SRN News and Mississippi Network News each hour to keep listeners informed and is also the flagship station for Mississippi State University sports.

WFCA is located on the historic Natchez Trace Parkway on mile marker 181 on the campus of FCA.