COLUMBIANA, OH-  In a recent episode of the YSN podcast, host DJ Yokley and guests Bob Camardo and Chuck Fizet discussed the upcoming speakers set to appear at the Curbstone Coach’s get-together at Avion on the Water every Monday. The podcast, which focuses on sports-related topics, highlighted the impressive lineup of speakers scheduled to lead discussions in the coming weeks.

Chuck Fizet, a regular on the podcast, provided insight into the list of speakers, revealing that local radio and sports personality Champ Summers is slated to appear on April 11. The lineup also includes notable figures such as Stan Boney, as well as high school champions from various sports disciplines, including bowling and golf.

The podcast further delved into the process of selecting speakers, with Fizet sharing information on how individuals can suggest potential speakers for future episodes. He extended an invitation for anyone interested in speaking, emphasizing that recommendations for speakers are always welcome.

Bob Camardo, a prominent figure in the organization, shared exciting updates about the event.
Scheduled for two months from now, the banquet has been diligently prepared by the vice president, Tom Miller, who has been working tirelessly to secure an impressive lineup of proclamations, speakers, and inductees. With guest speaker Gene Sterator, the NFL rules analyst and NCAA basketball figure, alongside a star-studded list of inductees, including posthumous honorees such as Sean Durkin for baseball and basketball, the event promises to be the organization’s biggest and best to date.

The banquet aims to attract between four and 500 attendees, offering an opportunity for sports enthusiasts and local businesses to show support. With over 200 tickets already sold and a goal to reach even higher numbers, the community is encouraged to get involved.

For those interested in attending, reservations can be made through Patty Shuley, the reservations person, for $60 per ticket or $480 for a table of eight. Additionally, businesses are offered the chance to advertise in the program book, with proceeds going towards the organization’s charitable initiatives.
Bob Camardo emphasized the significance of the banquet as the organization’s sole fundraiser of the year, and highlighted that the proceeds would be directed towards charitable causes, as the organization operates as a nonprofit.

As anticipation for the event continues to build, the local community is invited to mark their calendars for an evening of sports celebration and charitable giving.

For further details on reservations and participation, interested individuals can visit the organization’s website at or find information on their Facebook page.