Chris Farber has been at Y105 since fall of 1995. After attending some college at the University of Wisconsin at Platteville and NICC in Peosta, Chris has settled in as the program director of Y105. He is married to his beautiful wife Lisa and they not only share a beautiful son named Jacob, but they also have 3 cats together—Jovi, Rico and Lola. In his spare time Chris likes watching Cubs baseball, seeing movies and fundraising for various charitable organizations, including the Children's Miracle Network. Chris loves meeting his listeners and hearing their comments, so feel free to contact him at any time at email@example.com
Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping: The Final Results
Things have been busy. Sorry for taking so long to put this last blog up.
Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping: Week 9
Today me and Bruce started week 10 at Farrell's Extreme Bodyshaping... our FINAL week of the 10-week challenge.
Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping: Week 8
Week eight has come and gone and today we finished our first class of week nine.
St. Patrick’s Fun With The Galena Elks
Gavin and Dave stopped by from the Galena Elks to say "top of the mornin' to ya!" Of course, their visit was really to promote the events coming up this Saturday (3/12) in Galena.
Spending Time With Cousins
It was a busy weekend. We caught a Dubuque Fighting Saints game and took a quick drive to Cedar Rapids to see some family.
In my opinion, it wasn't a question of if, but rather when.
Farrell’s Extreme Bodyshaping: Week 7 (Everybody Has A Story)
It's hard to believe we're at the end of week 7 in our ten-week challenge at Farrell's Extreme Bodyshaping.
PostSecret: The Show Tonight At The Five Flags Theater (2-24)
I heard Frank was coming in for a visit this morning so I did a little research. PostSecret sounds like an incredible concept and an amazing show.
Congrats Again To Our Y105 ‘Baby Bowl’ Winner
We just want to take another quick moment to congratulate all the cuties who competed in this year's 'Baby Bowl' contest with S. Kelly Photography and Collins Community Credit Union.
There’s Nothing Better Than Giggles
When I was a kid I always remember my Aunt Phylis telling me, "I wish I could put your giggles in a bottle and take them home with me."