Congratulations to Camille Fellion, she won this rug in our pledge drive long raffle. The drive ended Friday night, November 7 with over $80,000 raised. Thank you everyone for the support of your community radio station!
Traditional Tibetan rug, gold with a blue, red and silver dragon motif, this 3 x 6 foot hand-knotted wool rug was donated by Julie and Joanna of Himalayan Rug Traders in Eureka.
Made without child labor by Tibetans in Nepal. Mud, kids and dogs are no problem for this rug, simply hose it off with water and hang to dry.
This rug has a retail value of $650. It can be yours with a donation or membership to KMUD and a little bit of luck.* This is another great prize, along with the Emerald Triangle bracelet, to be drawn after the Local News on the last day of our pledge drive, from all those who have participated in our Fall Pledge Drive and including all those who donated during the Silent Drive. Get in the raffle by donating online now. Or, call 707-923-3911 and pledge your support now!
Olive green work apron (some call it the trimmigrant apron) has two pockets and the KMUD Cannabis Seal of Approval. Made in California from 80% recycled cotton and 20% recycled soda bottles, has adjustable straps. Great for garden, kitchen, and workshop. We ask for a $100 donation or membership for this item.
This Fall KMUD is making a special effort to focus on our communities. Inspired by KMUD, metal smith and artist Shole Ferretta, of Twin Rock Designs has created something completely original,
The KMUD Emerald Triangle.
This Emerald Triangle is sterling silver with a large Columbian 2 + carat Emerald.
The Emerald Triangle has a value of $1200.00.
In the spirit of our KMUD Community, every Silent Drive entry and every Pledge made during our Fall Pledge Drive will be entered into win the KMUD Emerald Triangle.
The drawing for this beautiful gift will be in the evening of the last day of the Pledge Drive.
Tune in early and often to hear special programming that celebrates this wonderful and special community and KMUD, the grass roots heart of it, in the center of the Emerald Triangle.
Dear Friend of Redwood Community Radio,
If you’ve been listening to the Mud over the past few months, you’ve heard some very special programming. In February, we focused on water-related issues; in April, we explored the world of cannabis; and in August, we explained how to protect your family and property from fire.
This fall, KMUD will extend the previous themes of water, earth, and fire to bring you special programming celebrating AIR, specifically, the air we use to broadcast a wide range of music and public affairs. We will be exploring the ways we are using our grassroots community airwaves in building community.
We all count on up-to-date information from the renowned KMUD Local News, especially with fire and persistent drought still on our minds. As we look forward to the winter rains, please remember just how important your support of the only local daily newscast will be, in the month ahead.
Our Grand Silent Drive Prize this fall is a Caribbean Vacation aboard a 36-foot Sailing Yacht, to be drawn Wednesday, October 22. See details on the other side of this letter. Silent Drive drawings for donated prizes begin October 10, and will be drawn weekly until the On-air Drive begins, Thursday, October 23. Our goal this fall is $95,000, and your early contribution will give us a head start. The more money that comes in during the Silent Drive, the faster we will reach our goal, and the quicker we can return to the eclectic mix of music and talk you’ve come to expect from your Voice in the Redwoods.
Please donate as generously as your means will allow, and help us to continue our proud, 27-year-old tradition of bringing People-Powered Radio to your hearts and minds.
On behalf of KMUD’s Board of Directors, Programmers, Volunteers, and Staff,
Thank You in advance!
To make it easier to enter the raffle, download the printable letter, fill it out, send it to KMUD, PO Box 135, Redway, CA 95560
Alternatively, why not make a pledge online, we'll add you to the raffle!
Collage art donated by artist Deborah, from Mendocino county.
Deborah finds the humor in the cannabis sub culture, and translates that humor through her artwork.
These art prints are 16" by 20", suitable for framing and collecting. We would like to get a minimum donation of $95 for each. Please call (707) 923-3911 to reserve yours.