Lake County Community Radio, Inc. is seeking volunteers to serve on the Board of Directors. The main function of the Board is policy and budget setting and fund development. “Ensuring we have the funding to continue to air on KPFZ, 88.1 FM – in normal times and in times of crisis – is our most important role,” said Board Chair Olga. Martin Steele.
Currently, there are two vacancies on the Board of Directors. People with financial skills; experience in fundraising, marketing, social media and website design; and anyone with leadership, management and problem-solving skills is encouraged to apply.
To apply, download a blank application from the station’s website, www.kpfz.org, and send it to LCCR, Inc., PO Box 466, Lakeport, CA 95453. If you need help with the application , call the station and leave a message. @ 707-263-3640, a council member will promptly return your call.
KPFZ, 88.1 is a non-commercial community radio station, serving listeners across the county on the air and via live broadcast. “Our chat programs tackle local issues from a variety of angles, and our music programmers offer an eclectic range of cross-generational and cultural music to suit all palettes,” Steele said. “We exist to serve the community through information, education and music.”
If serving as a board member isn’t for you, consider volunteering in another capacity. To learn more about how you can support a one-of-a-kind community radio, attend a board meeting. The Board meets monthly on 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:15 p.m. Agendas and zoom invitations are posted on the website, www.kpfz.org.
For more information about the role of a board member and how you can volunteer or support KPFZ, call 916-849-8170.