Coming up, our list of listeners who are celebrating here on August 10th.  However, let's first give a Big Salute to a favorite treat that is loved by millions.

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It's National S'mores Day!

The original s'mores consisted of a roasted marshmallow with a layer of chocolate bar sandwiched between two pieces of graham cracker.  Today, you'll find lots of variations to that recipe such as:  spreading peanut butter on the graham crackers before adding the other ingredients or using peanut butter cup candy bars in place of the chocolate bar.  Some folks even use marshmallow cream instead of roasted marshmallows.

Early recipes from the 1920s used the name "Some Mores", however, as always, we Americans were happy to shorten the name to the slang term "S'mores".

Originally, the perfect place to enjoy this sticky, gooey, loaded with sugar and carbs treat was over a campfire.  Today however, you can just put them together and pop them into a microwave oven on high for 15 to 20 seconds and presto:  your good to go!

Kids of all ages love them.  So, why not be a kid today and celebrate National S'mores Day.

Concho Valley birthdays include:

Mary Sanchez, old enough.  From Richard, Renee and Goldie.

Garret Daniel, 26.  From Mom, Dad and Mason.

Liz Gonzales, old enough.  From the Rimirez family.

Happy Wedding Anniversary to:

Johnnie & Christina Miller, 1 year.

Mark & Jacalyn Baxter, 1 year.  From Mark's mother.