Basic Radio Station Information
KSGN 89.7 FM
City of License:
Riverside-San Bernardino, CA
Good News Radio
KSGN is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Riverside, CA and is part of the Riverside-San Bernardino, CA radio market. The station airs religious programming and goes by the name "KSGN 89.7" on the air. KSGN is owned by Good News Radio.
Most Played Artist
Chris Tomlin, Casting Crowns, MercyMe, Third Day, Jeremy Camp, Brandon Heath, TobyMac, Matthew West, Kutless, Newsboys, Sanctus Real, Phillips, Craig & Dean, The Afters, Needtobreathe, Matt Maher, Switchfoot, Heather Williams, Big Daddy Weave, Josh Wilson, Sidewalk Prophets
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Listener Comments and Reviews
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By: Jyremy Reid on August 5, 2015
Free Community Preparedness Fair in Rancho Cucamonga September 12th, 2015
Honeyville’s third annual preparedness fair provides education, demonstrations, and solutions for families facing the California drought. September is National Preparedness Month and Honeyville Farms in Rancho Cucamonga is educating the public. Honeyville has partnered with READYRC the Emergency Management Department for the City of Rancho Cucamonga to provide education on the ever looming subject of preparedness. With an added emphasis on helping families prepare and survive the severe California drought Honeyville Farms is hosting their third annual free family friendly preparedness fair on September 12th from 10am-4pm at their store, located at 9175 Milliken Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA. In prior years an estimated 500 have been in attendance at the Community Preparedness Fair! Would you know what to do if there was an earthquake, fire, complete water shortage, power outage or even job loss? Many people wait until an unexpected event happens to make preparations. Tim Devey, Marketing Director for Honeyville stated, “Our free preparedness fair give those in our community the opportunity to receive free education on how to prepare for emergencies. Preparedness can be a scary subject. Let’s face it, no one wants to think about the worst case scenario, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be ready. That is why in partnership with the City of Rancho Cucamonga’s Emergency Department we provide a fun opportunity for families in our communities to learn the basics of preparedness in a fun and interactive atmosphere.” The preparedness fair at Honeyville will feature a collection of educational outdoor booths from local organizations on various preparedness and self-reliance subjects. Additionally, free classes and in-store demos will be hosted throughout the day along with free food samples. Those who attend the event will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for the chance to win water filters, water storage containers, freeze dried foods, and more! Classes are as follows: 10:30AM - Are You Really Prepared? - Speaker: Skip Clemens 12:00PM - Water 101 - Speaker: Stephanie Young 1:30PM - 72 Hour Kits - Speaker: Skip Clemens 3:00PM - Meals In A Jar- Speaker: Claudia Nixon We invite you to help Honeyville spread the word and help our communities get prepared in September by attending and inviting your listeners to this community event.
By: Skip Clemens on September 1, 2015
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