KDNK feeling thankful
The KDNK 2002 fund raising is over and it has been a fantastic year. The Mary Gauthier concert was a wonderful community event with a good cross-section of people attending, and our 2002 Labor of Love On Air Auction broke all records, grossing over $31,000.
To all who donated, participated or volunteered ? many thanks!
First, a big thank you to the KDNK staff: Mary Suma, Skip Naft, Wick Moses, Leslie Johnson and Marilyn Gleason.
A special thanks to all our fantastic volunteers including: Steve Horn, Bill Flannigan, Carolyn Newton, Lark Ellen, Cody Lyon, Leslie Emerson and the Carbondale Community School, CCAH, Maggie Suma, Ingrids Cup and Saucer, Gina and Spencer, Patty Naft, Tammy Graham, Lee Beck, Doris Downey, Joan Andrews, George Gertz, Jody Andrews, John Stroud, Jean Marie Hegerty, Doug Tucker, Geoff Legg, Olivia Pevac, Dan Sadowsky, Tom Eirman, Jeff Dickenson, Steve Skinner, Craig Silberman, Adam Odowski, Patrick Johnson, John Colson, Katie Scott, Peg Holmes, Cowboy Randy, Mike Chamness, Barry Smith, Maura Masters, Lynn Burton, Polly Pollard, Ben Gagnon, Paula Stepp, Marcus Richardson, Barb Collins, Sister Kate and Brother Philbert, David Teitler, Laura Van Dyne, Luis Polar, Jerry Johnston, Charlie Wertheim, David Batterson, Teal Hoffman, Kathy Gowdy, Doug Straw, Action Volunteers from Youth Radio, Nick Garay and Roberto Yanez, Mary Whalen, Mary Rose, Chip Nealy, Peter Bock, Bob and Sarah Schultz, Hilary Johnson, Charlie Wertheim, Staci Dickerson, Lisa Linden, Bob and Kathy Zentmeyer, Phathead, Luke Nestler, Brooke Weinert, and anyone else who helped and I might’ve forgotten.
A big thanks to Marianne Ackerman who helped keep it all together and Telephone Systems Consultants. Check out our thank-you ad for all the Love Slaves and businesses who donated to the auction coming out in the New Year!
Food kept us going, so many thanks to Vicki Brown, Peppinos, Ingrid’s Cup and Saucer, Mambo Italiano, Good Fellows Pizza, The Pour House, Sezan, Mary Suma and Mary Whalen.
Once again, thanks to all who help keep independent media and music alive and well in the Roaring Fork Valley.
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