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BECOME A KKCR VOLUNTEER!

KKCR supports the preservation, perpetuation and celebration of the Hawaiian culture and encourages members of the Hawaiian community to get involved by becoming part of the KKCR `ohana. The station actively seeks volunteers to enhance and diversify its Hawaiian programming, including social, political, musical and cultural affairs. Anyone interested should contact KKCR to learn more about volunteer training and station policies, including codes of conduct and federal FCC guidelines. KKCR is committed to providing a welcoming, safe, supportive and respectful environment for all volunteers, staff and visitors.
KKCR MISSION STATEMENT
KKCR is Kauai's independent, non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station.
We seek to stimulate, educate and entertain our audience, to preserve, perpetuate and celebrate Hawaiian culture, and to reflect the diversity of the local and world community.
We provide a forum for overlooked, suppressed, or under-represented voices and music.
The Kekahu Foundation facilitates this broadcasting opportunity.




Kaua`i Community Radio
FALL MEMBERSHIP DRIVE - OCTOBER 13 - 23rd


WAYS TO CONTRIBUTE:

MAKE A DONATION
Call (808) 826-7774, (808) 826-7771 or toll free (866) 275-1112 or donate online by clicking here.

BECOME A WAVERIDER
Waverider messages are played once during each live KKCR program. For a $150 donation your business, organization, or personal message will be aired over 90 times during our 11 day membership drive. In additions to great exposure and supporting Kaua`i Community Radio, waveriders will also receive a three-month link on KKCR's homepage. Download our WAVERIDER FORM.

TALK STORY WITH JERRY SANTOS
All pledges of $25 or more will receive our latest Talk Story CD with Jerry Santos. Click here to listen to a sample.
 


MAHALO TO THE THESE PEOPLE AND COMPANIES FEEDING OUR HUNGRY VOLUNTEERS DURING THE FUN DRIVE:

HEALTHY HUTNORTH SHORE GRINDZOASIS ON THE BEACH
PAU HANA PIZZACOCONUT CUPMONICOSAL PASTOR TACOSTIKI INIKIBAR ACCUDAHARVEST MARKETHANALEI GOURMETPHO LOVEMEDITERRANEAN GOURMETKILAUEA FISH MARKETERIK COOPERSMITHMOSE & MAREN ORIONTRACEY SCHAVONNE



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KEKAHU FOUNDATION
The next meeting for the Kekahu Foundation Board of Directors is scheduled for
November 5, 2014 at 6pm at All Saints Church
Board meetings are open to the public.

If you would like to become a member of the Kekahu Foundation Board of Directors please download this Application for Candidacy for Director of the Kekahu Foundation. Completed Petitions and Applications must be addressed to the Kekahu Foundation Election Committee and received at KKCR, 4250 D Hanalei Plantation Road, Princeville HI, 96722 or PO Box 825, Hanalei HI 96714.


KKCR FEATURED PROGRAMMER

Roland Lanzi aka ~ Rollin Stoned & Phil Inns


"I just want to fill in" was the statement Roland Lanzi made when he walked into the KKCR station in early 2006. And fill in he did, to the tune of over 200 shows in a 8 year period. His main stay was the Mardi Gras Soul Revue but he also did acoustic, contemporary, jazz and a host of other genres.

Roland started his radio volunteerism in 1992 at the public radio station KHSU located among the redwoods on the campus of Humboldt State University in Northern California. He hosted a weekly Blues show for 6 years called "The Blues Revue."

Being a avid body surfer His life dream was to live in Hawaii and in 2001 made that dream a reality. Growing up in the Southern California in the 60's Roland enjoyed the summer beach life mainly in Newport Beach and particularly around 15th Street where the waves were good for body surfing. "I loved summers because all my buddies would drive down from the San Gabriel Valley where I lived and just have a ball body surfing. Then someone told me that it was summer all the time in Hawaii with great waves and I knew I had to live there."

In 2001 after raising 3 children in Northern California he made his dream come true and moved to Kauai. "I was going to move to Maui but my buddy Bill Lane got me a place to live here so it was a no brainier, Garden Island here I come!". And it was a perfect fit when he found KKCR. "I heard Swamp Daddy's show and he was playing the same music that I use to play and gave him a call and ended up filling in for him." Not only did he fill in for him but for the Acoustic Luau, Mystery Train, Sunset Jazz, Jungle Jukebox and others going by the radio name of "Rollin Stoned" or "Phil Inns".

In September Roland felt the tug of being a newly made Grandfather and moved back to California. "It was a hard decision for me to make having been embraced by KKCR family who are just about some of the most special people on earth but I want to be a part of my grandchildren's early up bringing."

We at KKCR miss "Rollin Stoned" very much, but we have a sneaky feeling he'll be back in the not too distant future because he's got the radio bug and when that bug bites it bites for life.





COMMUNITY RADIO ON THE GARDEN ISLAND
In the summer of 1997, KKCR broadcast its first signals island-wide. Our small community-based, non-profit radio station connects all the remote communities on the isolated Garden Island. KKCR is committed to providing relevant, accurate, timely information during times of crisis. It's also dedicated to representing the unique character of our island community.

KKCR's program schedule reflects the broad, rich spectrum of Kaua`i's community. Musical genres include vintage and contemporary Hawaiian, Jazz, Alternative, Reggae, World, Classical, Rock and Blues. Kaua`i Live features in-studio performances from local and visiting artists on Sunday evenings.

The Community Affairs programming includes weekly call-in talk shows - a Hawaiian Entertainment Calendar and a Community Calendar. Special interest programs include gardening, island pets, health and wellness shows.

As a commercial-free, non-profit entity, KKCR's survival depends on support from our community - local and global. Please join KKCR's `ohana (family). To support listener-powered community radio, please click here.






KKCR Volunteers 2011
KKCR UNDERWRITERS
Al Pastor Tacos 652-6953
Ching Young Village 826-7222
Hanalei Gourmet 826-2524
Harvest Market 826-0089
Kauai Marine & Mower 823-0556
Kauai Paramedics Association
Kilauea Bakery and Pau Hana Pizza 828-1019
OG Smokeshop Kauai 821-1323
Ricoh Business Sol. 246-9531
Solar Electric Company of Kaua`i 346-5997
KKCR has partnered with My Broker Donates who will custom-connect you with a trusted experienced realtor who knows your neighborhood best. Upon closing, KKCR will receive a generous no-cost donation in your name. Ready to make your move?
Learn more by calling 888-MBD-2823 or click this link.



FOR MORE INFO ON KKCR ONLINE UNDERWRITING CLICK HERE or call 808.826.7774

Please express your gratitude and support to our underwriters which, along with listeners like you,
help make KKCR programs possible.