Announcements 

THANK YOU

to everyone who attended the

 KDLL Annual Membership Potluck & Open House

 

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEW BOARD MEMBERS:

SALLY CASSANO AND DAVID BRIGHTON

CONGRATULATIONS ON RE-ELECTION TO THE BOARD:

MIKE DIMMICK

THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING BUSINESSES AND ORGANIZATION WHO HELPED MAKE OUR ANNUAL MEETING HAPPEN:

WHITE CRANE ACADEMY

KENAI CATERING

OUR LADY OF ANGELS CATHOLIC CHURCH

 

FOCUS GROUP

The KDLL Community Advisory Board is holding a focus group as a part of its first meeting on Wednesday, February 17th at 6:00 p.m.  The CAB is looking for ten participants.  So far, they have four.  If you’re interested in participating, please contact the station at 283-8433 or tgorman@kdll.org.

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