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Gaffney Continued from page 50 clude depositing phones at bank drive-through windows. He and a listener sky-dived from 13,000 feet. He was also packed in a 5,000-pound block of ice for two days, another benefit. "Yeah, as a matter of fact, you do get stir crazy when you're buried or frozen," he said. "As a matter of fact, it affects me to this day. I have to sleep in the closet now." He just might be the originator of the Horny Club that involves car horns and sending messages. A subdivision of that club, the Blow for Clinton Club, allowed drivers to participate in an on-road opinion poll regarding what should be the fate of the president. Gaffney has hosted King and Queen of Fools celebrations with contestants wearing Outrageous fashions, including edible outfits. He has conducted scientific re- search on the longevity of confec- tion-filled baked goods, aka the shelf-life of Twinkies in the ceil- ing. He said he expects to be in- volved in such merriness again at WGMD. "This station is very client- friendly, so we will be doing live broadcasts from special sales and promotions," he said. "WGMD is known for commitment to com- munity, and I will help continue that ." Gaffney said the move will give him a lot of creative freedom that he might have lost at his previous place of employment. Eagle 97 re- cently went through a change in ownership and he said his own job Milton Continued from page 50 In keeping with recommenda- tions of the new comprehensive plan, Milton Town Council mem- .bers named three new commi't- tees: historic preservation, tourism and economic develop- ment. Some board members serve description was to be altered. Having served as program director as well as the morning man in Milford, he was to be taken back to only performing the early show and he could foresee the potential for a loss of some financial free- dom in the bargain. As Gaffney joins the WGMD team, there will be other staffing changes at the station. According to station owner David Schumach- er, Wayne Cannon will leave the on-air personalities and join the sales force, and Kelly Terranova will take over the afternoon on-air slot. For all his eagerness to be outrageous, Gaffney frequently donates his time to charitable causes. He not only performs pro- motionalstunts, he also serves as master of ceremonies at fundrais- ers and lends his talents to non- profit organizations. He is a board member of Second Street Players community theatre group in Milford where he also is a regular performer. He and his fi- ancte Becky Chambers are fre- quently in Footlight Productions on the Queen Anne's Railway as well as on stage with Second Street. His 7:year-old son Dylan is a second grader in Shields Ele- mentary School; the ability to share school lunches with Dylan are another reason he likes the ear- ly a.m. show. 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