With a day and evening of special programming, today KPTZ joins the groundswell of celebration, honoring all the many organizations doing good work in our world, and in our community.
Throughout our broadcast day, on-air guests will be featured, representing a spectrum of local nonprofits:
8:30am Wendy Bart, Olympic Peninsula YMCA
9:30am Siobhan Canty, Jefferson Community Foundation
10:30am Apple Martine, Jefferson County Public Health
1:15pm YEA Music! with Daniel Ferland
2:15pm Dove House Advocacy Services/Recovery Cafe
3:15pm Jen Kingfisher, United Good Neighbors/Give Jefferson
4:15pm Amy Howard, City of Port Townsend/Habitat for Humanity
8:15pm Dave Stanko, ECCHO
KPTZ’s Full Giving Tuesday Schedule
(Listed times are approximate.)
There’’ll be plenty more brouhaha throughout the day, including live music during Chris Bricker’s extended Morning on the Salish program, from Ryan Hoffman & Jessica Logan (Jazz & Swing) and Bobbi Shearn Nikles & Roland Nikles with Kathy Hirsh & Barry Fritz.
Musical maestro Paul Rogers will be in the studio with Chris Bricker as well, since a theme today includes the Premium Pies that will be awarded as select donor premiums. These are pies, made with very special ingredients and lots & lots of love ~ just like KPTZ’s programming, day in and day out, is cooked up every day of the year!
All of our programming today will spotlight local organizations deserving the attention of our community. Besides encouraging the financial support of those many fine services and programs, KPTZ will also be passing the hat towards our $10,000 goal for the day ~ with a generous match in place, all donations are being doubled!
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