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Congratulations Jim Birtch!  Jim, pictured below with our Screening in YGK cohost, Mike Shepperd, is now in his 41st year at CFRC won the Best Show of the Year Award at this year's Radio Club Virtual AGM event.  Congratulations Jim! 

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Congratulations Bruce Kauffman!  Bruce won the 2020 City of Kingston Mayor's Arts Awards-Arts Champion Award for his outstanding work in our community!  Tune in Fridays from 4-6 to Bruce's program, Finding a Voice, highlighting words and voices of so many of our local poets.  Watch the Mayor's Arts Awards video here!






CFRC's 2020-21 News and Multicultural Programming is brought to our community through the generous support of the Community Radio Fund of Canada Radiometres grant program.







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