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Kelsey James

I grew up in Mooresville, IN and graduated from Mooresville High School in 2009. Following HS I went to Goshen College where I graduated with a Broadcasting Major and American Sign Language (ASL) minor. I grew up playing fastpitch softball and was a catcher all of my life. I was lucky enough to play all four years of college and now I play slowpitch 4 nights a week at Lincoln in Columbus. I’ve been married to my amazing husband, Mitchell, since December 2015 and very soon our world will change when we welcome our son, Brennan! I have two German Shepherds named Kimbo and Rousey and love going to concerts!

Where are you originally from? Mooresville, IN
Who is your favorite country artist? Male: Eric Church, Female: Faith Hill
What is your favorite country song? “Die A Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett – Mitchell, who doesn’t like country music, said that’s the song we had to have as our first dance song!
What is your favorite movie quote? “You’re killin’ me Smalls!” – The Sandlot
Do you have any nicknames? KJ or Mo thanks to my nieces and nephews =)
What is your favorite food? Spaghetti
What do you like to do for fun? Play softball, collect vinyl, and attend live concerts whenever I can.

Cody Collins

In the past 15 years, my radio career has taken me and my family from Indiana to North Carolina, Ohio, Maine, back to Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Missouri, and now back home to stay in Indiana. I am a graduate of Tri West High School in Lizton, Indiana, the same High School as NASCAR great, Jeff Gordon, and 2008 Olympic gymnast Bridget Sloan. My brother and sister were teachers at my high school when I attended there. I was a stand-up comedian for several years and competed (and lost) on Star Search. I’ve been an extra in 5 movies filmed in Indiana. My wife is romance/suspense author Allyson Carter.

Where are you originally from? I was born and raised in Pittsboro, Indiana
Who is your favorite country artist? Male: Eric Church, Female: Miranda Lambert
What is your favorite country song? “Wagon Wheel” Darius Rucker
What is your favorite movie quote? “He said ‘oil can.’ Oil Can what?” (Wizard of Oz)
Do you have any nicknames? FatCat, Klondike
What is your favorite food? Anything my wife cooks!
What do you like to do for fun? Spend time with my wife and kids. Watch sports.

 

 

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