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2013 Annual On Air Membership Meeting

Two former Program Directors, Melissa Marconi Wentzel and Valerie Lapinski welcome a guest to Raven Radio. Melissa has returned to host Morning Edition.

Two former Program Directors, Melissa Marconi Wentzel and Valerie Lapinski welcome a guest to Raven Radio. Melissa has returned to host Morning Edition. Hear about that and more during our annual on air membership meeting!

On Wednesday, November 6th we held our second annual on-air membership meeting from 6:30-8:00 pm. By broadcasting the meeting we can reach more members in Sitka, throughout Southeast Alaska and the world. We covered a lot of great things we’d like you to know about. In case you missed it, you can look at the outline of the meeting’s topics here… Raven Radio On-Air Annual Meeting Outline 2013 …or you can listen to the meeting below!

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