Help send KCR reporter Stephanie Myers to the Women’s March in Washington DC on Jan 21, 2017

Stephanie is the Outreach Coordinator with Kootenay Coop Radio. She is also one of the hosts of Kootenay Morning, (the news and current events show on KCR).

"I was stunned watching the recent US presidential election play out the way it did. As a reporter, it fascinated me. As a woman and a feminist, it frightened and saddened me. 

In Washington, DC, the day after the Presidential Inauguration, the Women’s March on Washington will send a bold message to the new US government on their first day in office, and to the world that women's rights are human rights.

I want to be there to report on it. 

Women's voices need to be heard. The world needs to hear their stories, their hopes and their fears. We are women - Hear us Roar! 

I do not have the means to personally finance this trip to Washington DC because of my low income. I am employed in a part-time position at a non-profit co-op. 

My goal in reaching out to the community with this gofundme campaign is to pay for my travel expenses to Washington, DC.  (flights, airport shuttles, taxis, accommodation, and travel insurance)

I will be representing 100s of other women I know who can't go for numerous reasons: family or job commitment, economics, or physical disability.

Any money raised above my goal of $2200 will be donated to the Nelson and District Women's Centre and Kootenay Coop Radio.

Thanks for any support you can give me." - Stephaine

Donate here: https://www.gofundme.com/stephanies-march-on-washington-dc

"We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us."  -  www.womensmarch.com

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Polar Bear Swim 2017

Kootenay Coop Radio is 97% sure we are sponsoring the Polar Bear swim this year at Lakeside Park, Nelson, BC. Will you be jumping in the lake this year, or do you want to come cheer people on? Thanks to BC Ambulance Service and Nelson Search and Rescue for committing to being on the scene. And Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society for signing up to help out.
Please remember to bring a donation, to help ensure this event can continue in years to come.

Warm chili or hot chocolate served at 11:30am. Plunge at noon! Tropical music supplied by KCR's very own Pineapple Man.

Swim tips: 

Wear shoes that you can wear in the water. 
Bring a blanket or towel to lay down on the snow. It will be easier to change your clothes. 
If you have a heart problem - just watch!
Children must swim and stay with an adult.
Please leave your dog at home.
Do not drink - alcohol does not warm you up - it accelerates hypothermia.
Do not stay in the water longer than 15 minutes. Body heat is lost 25 times faster in water than in air.
Do not remove your clothing until swim time. The swim will be started by a siren.

 

 

Free Promotion on KCR - Voices of Our Community

Are you involved with a non-profit, community, sports, cultural or recreation organization? Kootenay Coop Radio wants to offer you some free promotion as a thank you for all that you do.

This project consists of a 20sec rotating on-air spot that will promote the many wonderful non-profits and community organizations we are fortunate enough to have in this area.

Let us help you help others. Contact Stephanie for details , 250-352-9600

Winter Break at KCR

Winter Break  

Kootenay Coop Radio will be on its midwinter break from Monday Dec 19th to Sunday Jan 1st inclusive. This gives our volunteer programmers time to spend with their families, go skiing of whatever. Regular programming will be suspended during this time from 10am daily.

Programmers are able to do 3 hours shows during this time, listen up as they make radio for you, you never know what they will come up with.

We will be back with regular programming on Monday Jan 2nd, so sit back and enjoy your holidays with special KCR shows, and thank you for your support throughout the year. Stay safe & warm.

 

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