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KWIE 101.3
I LOVE YOUR STATION, THE BEST I EVER HEARD, CAN YOU PLEASE ADD TO THE BAKERSFIELD AREA. I CAN LISTEN TO YOU ALL DAY, BETTER THAN A DJ........PLEASE I LIVE IN BAKERSFIELD, BUT VISIT MY FAMILY IN BARSTOW......LOVE YOUR STATION
By: Carol Fowler on September 22, 2018

KWCK 99.9
McRae First Baptist Church is Celebrating 100yrs on October 7, 2018. Please share information below with the listens. 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School Class 10:45 a.m. - Worship Service - Bob Fielding from AR Baptist State Convention will be presenting MFBC with our 100th year Anniversary Certificate. 12:00 -1:00 p.m. - Lunch in CLC 1:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. “The Representatives” 2:10 p.m. - 2:55 p.m. - “Jeff Epps” 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. - “Called Up”
By: Lisa McClelland on September 22, 2018

KOAR 101.5
We are celebrating 100 years of worship at McRae First Baptist on October 7, 2018. Please share with your listeners. 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School Class 10:45 a.m. - Worship Service - Bob Fielding from AR Baptist State Convention will be presenting MFBC with our 100th year Anniversary Certificate. 12:00 -1:00 p.m. - Lunch in CLC 1:15 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. “The Representatives” 2:10 p.m. - 2:55 p.m. - “Jeff Epps” 3:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m. - “Called Up”
By: Lisa McClelland on September 22, 2018

WJCB 88.5
Hi, I am Sergeant First class Jerry Lawson an Army JROTC instructor at Ft. Pierce Central High School in Ft. Pierce FL. I am contacting you because the FPCHS JROTC booster club is doing a Parking Lot Yard Sale fundraiser in the parking lot of our school on October 27, 2018, from 8am to 2pm to raise funds for our students. The way it works is: Anyone who wants to be a vendor (sale something) would purchase a parking space from me for $25.00 and display their treasures as shoppers are going through looking for treasures. Any money vendors make, they keep unless they want to donate it all or a portion to the JROTC program…their choice. This is a way for people to clean the garage or attic of things they always wanted to get rid of in a much larger setting, kind of like a flea market. The JROTC program is a big part of our student’s lives. They are involved in community service projects, they participate in activities exclusive to the JROTC program. The only problem is, funds are not there, so we are always looking for sponsors, donors, and doing fundraisers to offset the cost of the activities. So anything you or your listeners can do to help, we welcome it. A flyer is attached for more information. There is also a space with your name on it if you are interested in advertising, being a vendor, or maybe you just want to shop, either way you are welcome. So, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. I can be reached at: jerry.lawson@stlucieschools.org, or at (757) 630-8488. Thank you for your time, I look forward to hearing from you soon.
By: jerry lawson on September 22, 2018

WAYF 88.1
Hi, I am Sergeant First class Jerry Lawson an Army JROTC instructor at Ft. Pierce Central High School in Ft. Pierce FL. I am contacting you because the FPCHS JROTC booster club is doing a Parking Lot Yard Sale fundraiser in the parking lot of our school on October 27, 2018, from 8am to 2pm to raise funds for our students. The way it works is: Anyone who wants to be a vendor (sale something) would purchase a parking space from me for $25.00 and display their treasures as shoppers are going through looking for treasures. Any money vendors make, they keep unless they want to donate it all or a portion to the JROTC program…their choice. This is a way for people to clean the garage or attic of things they always wanted to get rid of in a much larger setting, kind of like a flea market. The JROTC program is a big part of our student’s lives. They are involved in community service projects, they participate in activities exclusive to the JROTC program. The only problem is, funds are not there, so we are always looking for sponsors, donors, and doing fundraisers to offset the cost of the activities. So anything you or your listeners can do to help, we welcome it. A flyer is attached for more information. There is also a space with your name on it if you are interested in advertising, being a vendor, or maybe you just want to shop, either way you are welcome. So, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me. I can be reached at jerry.lawson@stlucieschools.org, or at (757) 630-8488. Thank you for your time, I look forward to hearing from you soon.
By: jerry lawson on September 22, 2018

WOSN 97.1
I am Sergeant First class Jerry Lawson an Army JROTC instructor at Ft. Pierce Central High School in Ft. Pierce FL. I'm not sure if I am in the right place with this message, but I saw no other way of contacting you all. The reason I am contacting you is because the FPCHS JROTC booster club is doing a Parking Lot Yard Sale fundraiser in the parking lot of our school on October 27, 2018, from 8am to 2pm to raise funds for our students. The way it works is: Anyone who wants to be a vendor, they would purchase a parking space from me for $25.00 and display their treasures as shoppers are going through looking for treasures. Any money vendors make, they keep unless they want to donate it all or a portion to the JROTC program. This is a way for people to clean the garage or attic of things they always wanted to get rid of in a much larger setting, kind of like a flea market. The JROTC program is a big part of our students lives. They are involved in community service projects, they participate in activities exclusive to the JROTC program. The only problem is, funds are not there, so we are always looking for sponsors, donors, and doing fundraisers to offset the cost of the activities. So anything you or your listeners can do to help, we welcome it. We have a flyer with all the information on it, but I have no way of getting it to you, however, I can be reached at jerry.lawson@stlucieschools.org, or by phone at (757) 630-8488. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
By: jerry lawson on September 22, 2018

KRPS 89.9
Loved your jazz program tonight - esp the Ramsey Lewis and some of the older stuff - you should grace us with some good 'ol Benny Goodman, maybe some Joni Mitchell jazz? And cudos to piano jazz program with Pat Metheny tonight! As always love World café~
By: Cindy Holt on September 22, 2018

KRDG 105.3
You guys played a version of David Bowies space oddity, my husband is desperately searching for that song. Do you happen to know who sings it please and thank you
By: Tara D Liebenberg on September 22, 2018

WEMR 92.7
What are the hours for the station? I was trying to listen today around 6:30p and was hoping to see if y'all were airing the football game, but all I could get was dead air.
By: Mel on September 22, 2018

KYWH 88.9
Please join us 10/6/2018 for C4RV's 5th annual veterans fundraiser at Huntley's new Veterans Park at Nahmis & 3rd st n. Car show check in 7-9 am, show 10 am - 3 pm. Helicopter rides , Live auction including 2 halves of beef cut & wrapped many other items. as well as 50-50 & gun raffles. Call John or Tamy at 406-348-2430 for more info
By: Citizens 4 Our Veterans on September 22, 2018

KPGB 88.3
Please join us at Huntley new Veterans Park at Nahmis & 3rd st N. For our Citizens 4 our Veterans fundraiser October 6,2018 Car show Sign up at 7-9 am Show 10am- 3pm, Helicopter rides, Live auction including 2 halves of beef cut & wrapped & many other items. For more Information Call John or Tamy at 348-2430 100% of proceeds go to Help our Local veterans.
By: Citizens 4 Our Veterans on September 22, 2018

WRIA 94.7
Good afternoon, I want to know how I submit a church event to be announced on air. Please email me back at your earliest convenience. Thank you and be blessed.
By: LaRoniquia Fleming on September 21, 2018

WPLX 93.3
You should listen now. They sound really good !
By: Richard Wilcutt on September 21, 2018

KRZX 106.1
Hoping that you'll be back soon! It's been a month, longer than usual! :(
By: Ruth J Perry on September 21, 2018

WJIS 88.1
Just want to say as a teacher if more parents would take the initiative to have children take responsibility for their actions like this mom did we wouldn’t have many of the issues that we have is classrooms today.
By: Judy on September 21, 2018

WFKM 94.9
WHY!!!! This used to be the best station on the radio. Put on was better than 80% of anything else on any station any time of the day. Now what do i do when there is crap everywhere. You gave us a safe place, a place we could come to when all others failed us, and now you have taken it from us, the dream is dead. This is the last day I listen to the radio, the day the music died...
By: 2 sad on September 20, 2018

WRIR 97.3
I have tickets for Alison Krauss at Innsbrook Sept 22. Is there any way you could plug it on your station and someone could call me at 804-359-5130 or 804-852-4974. thanks
By: John Gaines on September 20, 2018

KPLA 101.5
Is this the radio station that is advertising some diet pills and you need to tell the name of the announcer if it is please tell me the name of the announcer and where I can get the pills thank you
By: Betty Jennings on September 20, 2018

WNCB 93.9
Hello, My name is Gary Gard. I have released a CD made up of all original material. Most of the songs have a definite country flavor and several are targeted at the Outer Banks area. If you accept submissions from Indie artists and you would be interested in listening to my CD for consideration for air time on your program I would be happy to send you the MP3s & cover art. Thank you for taking time to read this. Sincerely, R.G. (Gary) Gard
By: Roger G Gard on September 20, 2018

WHTG 1410
I listen everyday in the car, it has the best oldies ever.. Wish it would go on line so i could listen in the home.
By: doowopbob on September 20, 2018

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