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Letter: Thanks for making Wolf Creek Park Music Series a success

Thanks to everyone who helped make the 2022 KFFR Wolf Park Music Series a resounding success. My heart is full from seeing so many neighbors, friends, and co-workers attending these free, live music events at one of our region’s most beautiful public spaces.

The KFFR Wolf Park Music Series began in the summer of 2020, as an ad hoc, emergency response to our need to obtain some sense of community after those hard, first months of the pandemic, and to help provide much needed income to our valley’s hard-working musicians, whose incomes took such an immediate and precipitous hit. It is clear now, with our third annual series behind us, that the event has been embraced by the community. We look forward to season four next year.

This year, KFFR produced four live shows with local musicians, who were paid with the generous support of sponsoring businesses including The Roofing Company, Rocky Mountain Catastrophe, Pepe Osaka’s Fish Tacos, Hernando’s Pizza, and Wealth Management Services. The bands who entertained us were Tara Rose and the Real Deal, The Mundays, Moffat Tunnel Band, and Joe R and the Icebox Sound.

All individual audience donations went directly to KFFR, your non-profit, noncommercial community radio station. More than $1,700 was raised that will provide critical support as we complete our new state-of-the-art studio, provide youth programming throughout the county, broadcast remote events, and ensure that KFFR is here to stay.

Thank you for helping to bring our community together after a long winter and before the busy summer season truly kicks off. Keep your radio set to 88.3 FM, stream us at KFFR.org or stop in and see our space located at the Fraser Valley Center, next to Murdoch’s.

Joanna Goodman
KFFR Board Vice President

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