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Great support for KDNK

As the year comes to a close, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the incredible community of the Roaring Fork Valley.

As development director of KDNK, keeping events vibrant, finding enough volunteers and raising enough money to keep community radio going strong is always a challenge, especially these days. But thanks to so many, I am finishing the year feeling good that I live in a community that supports independent media and music.

Our events this past year, including the most recent KDNK Labor of Love Auction, had an incredible response from businesses and listeners alike. I would like to thank all who participated in making this event a success, as well as all our members and underwriters. Without you there would be no KDNK.



So keep listening and keep giving us your input. That’s what community radio is all about! Happy holidaze!

Amy Kimberly




KDNK development director


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