Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Andres Serrano Ministries
KGIC is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 105.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Corona, CA. The station airs religious programming.
Nearby Radio StationsKORM 101.5 FM, KWRM 1370 AM, KPRO 1570 AM, AM 830 KLAA, KWVE 107.9 FM, KOLA 99.9, KUCR 88.3 FM, News Talk 1440AM, KVCR 91.9 FM, ESPN Deportes 1220
Listener Comments and Reviews
Hello, I am looking to build my music resume.I am wondering if your radio station does internships?
By: CJ Thomas on January 19, 2015
To whom it may concern,
I sincerely apologize for the long email. If you could please read it through and give it some consideration, you might understand where I'm coming from. I'm writing to you in hopes that I may receive some type of help through the radio network. If there's anything I can do to make this possible, please let me know.
My name is Evan, I'm 24 years old and I live with and take care of my two little brothers and disabled mother through IHSS. My mother is 54 years old and suffers from Bipolar, Schizophrenia and chronic Lyme disease. She doesn't have much time left with us and if there's one thing I could do to help her before she passes, it would be to find her missing service dog.
On August 2nd at 1:00am, my mothers service animal and best friend went missing. She was last seen off the corner of Hemet St. and Washington in San Jacinto. Her name is Meija, pronounced (me ha). Meija is a 4 year old, female, black and brown miniature pinscher with a 1 inch docked tail and a white spot on the top of her head. The reason why I'm reaching out to other cities and counties is because we live on a major highway that connects to every county surrounding us. If someone were to pick her up on the highway, they could be very far from us and my message may not reach them.
We're not sure if she escaped or if she was stolen, since dog theft in this town is a normal occurrence. Since then, I have put up hundreds of flyers around town at all shopping centers, major intersections and all of our surrounding neighborhoods. I've spent roughly $750 on flyers and advertisements in the Valley Chronicle, Valley News and Press Enterprise newspapers. Every day I post on Facebook lost and found groups through out Riverside County as well as Craigslist for the Inland Empire. I check PetHarbor.com for all shelters within a 200 mile radius and visit our local shelters every other day since stray dogs have a 3 day holding period before being put up for adoption. While I'm at the shelters, I check the DOA log (deceased on arrival) to be sure that she's still out there.
Every day I come home empty handed as I watch my mother break down into severe depression. My little brothers don't really understand what's going on but it's effecting them none the less. I'm losing valuable family time and we've been neglecting everything around us. My mother stays up day and night and it's wearing on her health. I wish it were easy to tell her to move on or to buy a new dog but this just isn't possible. This dog has been a part of our life for 20 years now and for my mother, it's like losing a child.
We had the same breed of dog for 16 years before Meija which was also her service animal. When that dog passed away from old age, my mother took a bottle of her prescriptions to a river near our house, contemplating suicide. The only way that I could prevent that from happening was to find her a new companion. We searched for weeks before finding a breeder that had the same breed of dog, born on the same day that my mothers dog had passed away. To make things even better, the dog was the same color and even had the same marking on the top of her head. My mother was convinced that her dog had come back, so we made the 5 hour drive from our home in Idaho to the breeder in Nevada. I don't want to offend anyone's religious beliefs with that last statement, it was probably just coincidence but I was willing to do and say anything to help my mother. Several years later, we left Idaho and moved to Riverside County. Everything was going okay up until last month when her dog went missing.
We're offering a $1,000 reward for her return, no questions asked. Unfortunately we've spent almost all that money on finding her. When my grandfather passed away, he left us with a very valuable 2001 Audi S4 Quattro. We're trying to sell the car to make the money back for the reward, or we will put the car up as the reward.
If there's anything that you could do to help us, whether it be a message on your commercial break or a posting on your website/facebook page, we'd be forever in your debt. We don't have a lot of money saved up to pay for advertisements but I have experience working as a radio dj and event promoter and would be happy to volunteer my free time helping you with whatever needs to be done. I know this is an unusual request although I'm running out of options and I'm afraid I'm running out of time with my mother. You can email or call me at anytime, day or night. I greatly appreciate your time and consideration, regardless of your decision.
1979 Teco Dr. San Jacinto, CA 92583
951-929-2173 | 951-426-5883 | 714-566-4802
By: Evan on October 1, 2016
Saturday, July1, 2017 Patriotic and Southern Gospel Concert by "Gateway" Pathway Christian Church 951-788-8465
7:00pm-8:30pm 6755 Victoria Avenue, Riverside CA 92506
Kick off your Fourth of July Celebrations at Pathway Christian Church! Presenting the premier debut concert of “Gateway” in observance of the 241st Birthday of the United States of America! Enjoy an evening of Southern Gospel and Patriotic music honoring our God, Family, and Country! Bring your family and friends to celebrate USA’s Independence Day and everything it stands for! Meet and greet the “Gateway” singers and partake of refreshments on the patio after concert. This is a free community event. Everyone welcomed! Love offering is appreciated.
By: Pathway Christian Church on June 16, 2017
Check me out
By: Giovanni Mays on September 14, 2018
Post a Comment