Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

KMUN celebrates volunteers

It's been a year for the record books. We've overused words like “unprecedented, pivoting, postponed, canceled, pandemic, restrictions, quarantined, Zoom, masks, wash, your, hands.” Live performances have been on hold since March, video calls and virtual venues have kept us connected to loved ones, lectures, art, music and social groups.

In an industry with built-in physical distancing, KMUN radio has survived through the year of “pivoting” with aplomb.

KMUN Annual Member Meeting went virtual, held on Zoom, November 7. Board, staff, volunteers and members joined the hour-long event.

When the mail-in ballots were counted, the Board welcomed new board members Todd Lippold (Seaside) and Kathleen Sayce (Nahcotta) along with re-elected members Victoria Stoppiello (Manzanita) and Sarah Lu Heath (Astoria).


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