ECR Takes Over Cornerstone Pie THIS SATURDAY
ECR is taking over Cornerstone Pie, and we need you to join us! Mark your calendars now for Saturday, August 27 and plan to come to Cornerstone, visit with ECR volunteers, have some great food and drink and hear some wonderful music by British Racing Green.
Cornerstone Pie is generously donating a portion of the day’s sales to ECR so the more you eat and drink, the more you help ECR and the folks at Cornerstone!
Check out our partners: Cornerstone Pie at www.cornerstonepie.com and British Racing Green at http://britishracinggreen.weebly.com.
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Behind the Mic
Sandy Morris is ECR’s Woman on the Street! You’ve probably heard Sandy broadcasting recently when ECR took over the Farmer’s Market. Sandy was also live at The Longest Day Walk for Alzheimer’s Association and during our live streaming of Jazz in the Valley performances. Sandy, along with Jason Kirk, is one of the voices behind the mic for What’s Up in the Sky. Sandy is shown here with another ECR volunteer Behind the Mic, Nathan Griffith.
A veteran of radio, Sandy worked as a programming assistant and news reporter in Omak where she lived for many years. After moving to the valley last year, Sandy discovered ECR and “I like the mission of community radio.” She’s been an active ECR volunteer ever since.
In addition to her radio life, Sandy recently published Journey in Caregiving and How to Enjoy It. She plans to host a show on ECR soon dealing with caregiving support, building on her many years of providing care in an adult family home.
What Is ECR?
Ellensburg Community Radio (ECR) is a local nonprofit radio station operated by a group of local citizens who want the community to come together and have fun. We want to share stories, music, news, and upcoming events and to celebrate the diversity and interesting characters who make up our town. We are all different, and that’s a very good thing.
ECR began its live internet radio stream in late October 2014 and can be heard via any web browser or through our mobile apps. Our goal is to showcase our community’s diverse identity and provide a unique service of education, information, and entertainment.
If you’d like to help us achieve these goals, we invite you to get involved in a number of different ways. We’re currently looking for new members on our board of directors, and we are always seeking volunteers to work on a number of different committees. And if you’ve always dreamed of hosting a radio program, just let us know about your ideas, and we’ll get you started with your own show!