Kandos and Rylstone’s Community Radio (KRR 98.7 FM) held its mid-winter BBQ on Saturday, July 8 and members and their families got a chance to try out the newly refurbished meeting room which became a dining area for the day. The new additions were much appreciated and gave everyone the option of enjoying their meal in a warm spot away from the cool July breeze outside. Following the lunch, President, Brent Barlow congratulated presenters on their diverse range of programs, “Our community is very fortunate to have such a great range of music along with information on bands and performers that many of you provide to our listeners.
Our community is very fortunate to have such a great range of music along with information on bands and performers that many of you provide to our listeners.Brent Barlow
I know that I learn heaps about songs and musicians when I listen in. KRR is much appreciated by the local community and listeners from across the region, so a big thank you to all our volunteers.”
New members are always welcome at KRR. If you’re interested in becoming a presenter and doing an on air show, it’s easier than you think. Training is available and it won’t take you long to master the panel and other equipment.
Membership is only $20 for adults and $10 for juniors and pensioners and includes two free barbecues a year. Age is no limit and experience is not necessary. It’s a great way to meet a group of friendly people and do something positive for yourself and your community. Call the station on 6379 4360.