“Many Hands” Kick Off Party in Walla Walla
Walla Walla loves its public media. Give it a future by bringing friends and colleagues into the membership. It’s easy. It’s important and it’s time. Before the next threat to federal funding comes.
Come to the Walla Walla Country Club Wednesday, Nov. 8th at 5:30 pm. This is a friend-raiser, not a fundraiser. You will receive your ‘Many Hands’ packets which has everything you need to get an old friend to be a new member.
Refer friends to NWPR and or NWPTV membership and win an in-studio experience at your public broadcasting studios!
RSVP by Halloween, Oct. 31st 2017
Hors d’oeuvres and no-host bar featuring classical cocktails.
Email: [email protected] or call 509-335-6500
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