Comments OffPosted in UncategorizedSep 19, 2014
In a very close race for favorite new KCHU t-shirt design, the “Listener Powered KCHU” t-shirt won by just a few votes through Facebook. This fab design was created by Karen Allred. Thank you everyone who voted. If your favorite shirt did not win, don’t despair. The other designs will be kept for the next time. We hope to have this fun little competition each year.
You do not have to wait for the Fall Membership Drive to claim your shirt! Just go to Facebook KCHU: Community Public Radio and click on Donate/Shop tab at the top. Then make a $50 (or more is good) donation. We will put your t-shirt in the mail with a thank you letter and receipt when we get the donation confirmation. It is that easy!
Fall Membership Drive will offer the great new shirts, as well as a variety of other incentives for donors. The drive will run from 7am Tuesday, September 30 through 7 pm Tuesday, October 7. KCHU is in need of volunteers to help work front office (or share your story of what you enjoy about about KCHU on-air) during these days/times. Volunteers get our gratitude and lots of free yummies donated by Safeway. (Okay – this one may not be a selling point for some of us!) If you can help at all please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 835-4665.
Comments OffPosted in UncategorizedSep 17, 2014
On Coffee Break Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 at 9 to 10 am, host Dawson Moore with talk with representatives of the Valdez non-profit, Advocates for Victims of Violence, Inc. Janis Johnson, Chairman of the Woman of Distinction Selection Committee, and Joan Heikens. They want to let the public know about the important work done by the AVV and will be talking about the Woman of Distinction and Young Woman of Distinction awards. These awards recognize women in the community of Prince William Sound who demonstrated leadership and who have been outstanding role models to the community and who have achieved success in civic, professional, and philanthropic goals. Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions by calling 835-5080 or 800-835-5080. This episode of Coffee Break is brought to you in part by a grant from Valdez United Way. “The United Way of Valdez endeavors to support organizations that make lasting, measurable changes in community conditions that improve lives.”
Comments OffPosted in UncategorizedSep 15, 2014
1st Sonja Hursh, 2nd Kyra Myer, 3rd Einar Mattson
1st Will Stark, 2nd Lindsie King, 3rd Kristina Rodgriguez
1st Jimmy Chavez and Rowan Miller, 2nd Landon Metzger, 3rd Destiny Day
1st Vick VonBargen, 2nd Noelle Sharrai, 3rd Colette LaBonte
Kids 1 Mile
1st Piers Shirk, 2nd Addyson Mattson, 3rd Spencer Holbrook and Zachary Holbrook
1st Seth Auble, 2nd Chloe Auble, 3rd Christine Auble
Comments OffPosted in UncategorizedSep 11, 2014
Valdez Office Supply
City of Valdez
Valdez Convention and Visitor’s Bureau
Chugach Coastal Cruising
Peter Pan Seafoods
Copper Valley Telecom
Will Stark and First National Bank Alaska
Bodies in Balance
Stan Stepen’s Cruises
Embassy Suites Anchorage
Comments OffPosted in UncategorizedSep 10, 2014
Special guest on Coffee Break, Wednesday, September 10th, 9-10 am will be Mr. Michael B. Holcombe. Mr. Holcombe is the Prince William Sound Community College ABE Regional Director.
His focus for the show is going to be the new GED testing… process and the requirements for succeeding. He will give background as to criteria for students. Listeners are invited to call in with questions during the show by calling 835-5080 or 1-800-835-5080.
The mission of the Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program is to provide instruction in the basic skills of reading, writing, and mathematics to adult learners in order to prepare them for transitioning into the labor market or higher academic or vocational training. For information or questions after the show, Mr. Holcombe can be reached at email@example.com or 907-834-1671.
This episode of Coffee Break is made possible in part by a grant from Valdez United Way. “The United Way of Valdez endeavors to support organizations that make lasting, measureable changes in community conditions that improve lives.”