• DSCN1445TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO PURCHASE SPLIT THE POT RAFFLE TICKETS!

    The three winners will receive 25%, 10% and 5% of the total collected. The drawing will be held on 8/15 at the station.  You need not be present to win.  Tickets are on sale at Rogue’s Garden in Valdez, NAPA in Glennallen, and through Board of Directors members in Valdez: Paul Nylund, Kate Dugan, Sue Bergstrom, Harold Blehm, Sharry Miller, Dan Schally; in Copper Center, Tori Rego;  in Cordova, Liz Senear; and in Willow Creek, Diane Ellsworth.

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  • VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT FOR FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE

    Are you a KCHU member who has always wanted to get involved?  Here’s a chance to get your feet wet.  The Fundraising Committee is looking for members from all the communities in the Prince William Sound and the Copper River Valley covered by KCHU, KXGA and KXKM Radio. The focus of this committee is to formulate an annual plan for fundraising activities, oversee implementation of that plan and recruit volunteers.  Other than membership, all you need to participate is an imagination, a commitment to attend four one-to-two hour meetings per year and communicate occasionally between meetings, and to assist in recruiting volunteers for specific activities.  There is no monetary obligation tied to committee membership and you are free to participate in events as much or as little as you feel able.  If you are interested in becoming a committee member, email gm@kchu.org with FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE in the subject line or send a private message from the KCHU Facebook page and a committee member will contact you.

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  • Lanette Oliver with SPACE: Science, Physical, Academic, and Cultural Enrichment

    Lanette Oliver with SPACE: Science, Physical, Academic, and Cultural Enrichment

    Lisa Matlock, Outreach Coordinator for Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Concil

    Lisa Matlock, Outreach Coordinator for Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Concil

    Coffee Break Guests

    Wednesday, June 18th 9-10am Coffee Break host, Dawson Moore, will be talking to Lisa    Matlock, Outreach Coordinator for the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council about Youth Involvement projects and Lanette Oliver with the local non-profit SPACE: Science, Physical, Academic, and Cultural Enrichment about two summer camps: All About Horses and Prince William Sound Marine Science. This episode of Coffee Break is brought to you  in part by a grant from United Way of Valdez – supporting organizations that make changes in community conditions that improve lives.

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  • KCHU Represented at Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival in Cordova

    photo courtesy of Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival

    photo courtesy of Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival

    photo courtesy of Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival

    photo courtesy of Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival

     Development Director, Lanette Oliver, represented KCHU at events during the Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival in Cordova, May 8-11th. While in Cordova Lanette met with current underwriters: The Net Loft, Laura’s Liquors, COPE Ministries, The Science Center, and The Barn Restaurant, and was housed by Laura’s Suites.  She also contacted businesses in Cordova that might be potential underwriters and, with the assistance of Liz Senear, KCHU Board Member, manned a booth recruiting new members and giving away shorebird coloring pages and stickers provided by KCHU. The Copper River Delta Shorebird Festival is an annual event hosted by the Cordova Chamber of Commerce, of which KCHU is a member. Lanette wishes to thank The Cordova Chamber of Commerce, The City of Cordova, Laura’s Suites, and the people and businesses of Cordova for the warm welcome and assistance.

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  • KCHU HOSTS FOCUS HOMESCHOOL FIELDTRIP

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    KCHU was thrilled to host a field trip from FOCUS Homeschool on April 22. Educational tours were conducted by Karen Allred, KCHU staff. Students were lead through the entire station operation from how it is powered and how radio is transmitted and received with radio towers and satellite dishes. They were invited to speak in the production booth mics and hear their voices, and student Maddie Franklin recorded the KCHU call letters for broadcast! At the end of the tour, attendees were treated with pastries donated by Safeway and a goody bag from KCHU, as well as a coloring book from SPACE: Science, Physical, and Academic Enrichment, in honor of Earth Day. If your family or group would like to schedule a tour of KCHU please call 835-4665

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