During KCAW’s One-Day Drive each autumn, much is said about Raven Radio’s role at the heart of the community. Together, we can keep it that way. If you missed out on Friday’s excitement, please contribute to KCAW’s fall goal here. Photographer Dan Evans captured this image of an extraordinarily beautiful sunset last weekend in Sitka. Without you, the 105-year-old Cable House is just nails and old lumber. But inside (under that rainbow!) is a heart of gold. more
Thank you to all who donated money, time and good cheer to make Raven Radio’s One Day Fall Drive such a success! Although we raised a record amount of money for the One Day Fall Drive, we are still a little short of our goal. It’s not too late for you to help. If you haven’t made your contribution to Raven Radio yet, now is the time! more
Thanks if you have already pitched in we are just under $20,000! It will take a little help from everyone to get to our $55,000 Fall Drive goal. Have you done your part? Beat the rush of Friday’s One Day Drive and donate now! “Mug” level members get the first chance at Stardust Costume Ball tickets on Thursday, October 10th at the station starting at 9am. Remaining tickets will go on sale at Old Harbor Books on Friday, October 11th. This year’s band is “Smoking Bill” a dance band with a horn section from Seattle. We are currently accepting lip sync acts! Contact Rebecca or Ken at the station. more
A blast from the past~! Here’s a promotional picture of Raven Radio’s country and bluegrass hosts from the mid-80′s featuring Hank Nelson, Richard Williams and Paul Clements a.k.a. Pablo. Hank sent this photo recently with a note to “KCAW – The bright and sunny side of your radio dial.” Keep the sun shining on your community station with your contribution! We are just over $16,000 and need your help to reach our $55,000 goal!
Think about this: If you really need accurate, timely information about a major news event in Sitka, where do you turn? On Friday, September 13, 2013 Sitka’s water main broke in two places under Sawmill Creek Road, drying out much of the town. Over the course of the afternoon, public works director Michael Harmon began posting updates directly to our Facebook page. By day’s end, KCAW’s posts were viewed over 7,000 times. How do YOU make a difference when disaster calls? Please support community broadcasting in Sitka. Contribute now. more
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