Hi, I’m Tony Mussari and this is Windsor Park on a marvelous summer morning. For the past several months, Windsor Park Stories has been in transition. As a matter of fact, we’ve been rethinking the series, and we’ve been trying to determine if there were ways that we could improve upon the stories that we tell and the way that we tell them.
Kitch and I are pleased to announce that on August 6, Windsor Park Stories returns to the air with a new format and in a new home. Windsor Park Stories will be broadcast by WBRE-TV on Sunday at 11:30 a.m.
We hope you will join us for the new Windsor Park Stories, the new look, the new home, the new format and the new setting. We built the Memorial Water Garden here in Windsor Park which will be the new setting for the new Windsor Park Stories.
We will combine both the Windsor Park Story format, the profile format, and the magazine format into one half hour production. And we’ll be adding new episodes, and we’ll be adding new segments to the series. For example, there will be a segment called “Gardens That Work.” And there’ll be a segment called “Scrapbook,” and there’ll be a segment called “Pennsylvania Scenes” and there’ll be segments called “Golden Moments.” We’ll also be broadcasting some classic episodes of Windsor Park Stories, and we’ll be adding a new feature called “Unplugged.” All of these things are designed to bring people into your home that will give you inspiration, hope and service.
Kitch and I are very excited about the new Windsor Park Stories and about our new relationship with WBRE-TV, Channel 28. So we ask you to join us on Sunday, August 6, for the new Windsor Park Stories – on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on WBRE-TV. It’s television that will lift your spirits.
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