Good Day Alabama for June 6, 2013

Good Day Alabama for June 6, 2013

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Here is what you saw on Good Day Alabama for June 6, 2013:

BARONS & HEART GALLERY -  Spend an afternoon at the lovely new Regions Field.  The Heart Gallery Classic is a family friendly event that includes a Baron's Game, food, drinks, T-shirt, a hat for your dad, and a unique opportunity to play catch on the field with your child.  So grab your gloves and head to Regions Field on Sunday, June 16th! Heart Gallery Alabama's mission is to promote adoption of children currently in Alabama's foster care system. There are over 6000 children in foster care in the state of Alabama. Of these, over 600 are available for adoption. Many of these children will be adopted by their foster parents. The rest are still waiting. In order to promote adoption for these waiting children, Heart Gallery Alabama recruits professional photographers to take meaningful portraits that capture the unique spirit of each child. It videos and/or audio interviews each child (which can be seen/heard on their bio page under "The Children" tab). Their portraits are put on display in a variety of venues across the state where prospective adoptive parents can learn more about the children in Alabama who are still waiting on a forever family.  Heart Gallery Alabama strives to help find a permanent, loving family for every child in Alabama's foster care system. For more information, visit http://www.heartgalleryalabama.com


WHERE IS THE LOVE? - Licensed therapist, Dr. Misty Smith joined us to answer viewer questions about relationships in our "Where Is The Love" segment. She stressed the importance of communications and building up your self-confidence. Send us your questions by email or contact us on social media and we'll ask the Love Doctor your questions next month!

JEH JEH LIVE - The Regions Tradition is today through Sunday at Shoal Creek Golf and Country Club. It is one of five major championships recognized by the Champions Tour. The purse for the tournament is $2.2M with $335,000 go­ ing to the winner. Last year's winner was Tom Lehman. Individual daily admission tickets are $20 each. Tickets may be purchased at www.regionstra­dition.com or at the gate. Ages 18 and younger are admitted free with a ticketed adult. Crowd favorite Fred Couples will play in the tournament along with other stars like Bernhard Langer, Mark O'Meara, Fred Funk and two-time defending champion Tom Lehman. Champions Tour Rookies playing for the first time in the Regions Tradition are Rocco Mediate, Steve Elkington, Esteban Toledo and Duffy Waldorf.

BARGAINOMICS - Judy Bates, the Bargainomics Lady, joined us with some great deals. The jacket Judy wore today was $64.95 at Chico's at the Shops at Grand River, but she bought it off their sale rack for $14.97 and then got her 5% discount as a Passport member, so she ended up paying $14.25. Planning a beach trip? With coupon code MIDWEEK25, you get 25% off any of Young's Suncoast condos or beach houses in Gulf Shores or Orange Beach when you rent mid-week - Sun.-Wed. Go on their website, www.YoungsSuncoast.com or call them toll-free at 866-375-9159 to get in on this deal. Best Buy stores have 16GB to 128GB PNY flash drives at huge discounts this week. The best deal is the $89.99 64GB for $39.99. Walmart has two grocery items on sale at prices too low not to mention. Thru saturday they have boneless skinless chicken breast for $1.99 a pound & 6-packs of Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mtn. Dew & Diet Dew on sale for $1.50 in cans.  And if you're looking for FREE & LOW-COST MOVIES for your kids this summer, the Birmingham area is loaded with venues: (A) Carmike theaters are doing $4 movie packages at 10am every Thursday. This includes admission and a kids' tray with popcorn, drink & snack. (B) The Edge 12 is doing 10am movies every Tuesday & Wednesday for $1 per show, or you can buy a $5 pass good for the entire summer season. (C) Other movie deals include Regal in Trussville; Amstar in Alabaster; Helena's Free Friday Night movies; Hoover's Free Friday Flicks in Veteran's Park; & Avondale Park's free Tuesday night movies. See all the movie details & the rest of today's segment info on the GOOD DAY ALABAMA page of www.Bargainomics.com.

OUR HOUSE - Tom Lamkin from Marvin's Building Materials & Home Centers joined us with some great gift ideas for dad on Father's Day. Gift items to keep Dad looking cool - keep the sun off Dad with these Goldcoast Straw hats for $7.99; Cablz to hold your sunglasses while not getting sticky; Duck Dynasty t-shirts for $12.99; & 4qt Ice Cream Maker with Die cat hand crack or electric motor for $54.99. He suggested tools for dad - Oscillating Tools -a corded one for $29.99 and a 3pc kit that includes the Lithium Ion one along with a 12V drill and close-quarter hammer for $79.99; 4pc Porter Cable Tool Set with nickel cadmium batteries that includes an 18V drill, 18V Impact drill, recip saw,  and flashlight all for $118.99; Iron Horse 4pc nail gun kit with accessory kit for $249.99; Tool Brite 3 mode flashlight that is a regular LED flashlight, strobe light, and has a bunch of tools on it like a Swiss Army knife.  Big gift ideas for dad - a 22.5" kettle grill for $49.99 and several different sized gas grills; Simmons 600 series 3 position Microfiber rocker/recliner is only $169.99 or a Simmons Bonded Leather rocker recliner for $169.99.

PET OF THE WEEK - Hailey Rogers with the Greater Birmingham Humane Society introduced us to a pet today looking for a forever home! His name is Brownie. For more information on today's pet or others up for adoption, call (205) 942-1211 or visit gbhs.org.

Tomorrow on Good Day Alabama, ever dropped your phone in water - maybe even in the toilet? We show you how to protect it and even check out the "flush test" in the studio! Lots of talk about golf this week and ladies, there's something special for you! Join us to learn about Golfgales n Cocktails! We check out your latest in business and entertainment headlines. We have live music in the studio and Mickey's buddies from the Birmingham Zoo join us, too! Join us for all of this and much more tomorrow on Good Day Alabama!

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