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CJNU annual general meeting Katie Cares
pring is in the air and that means it’s time for the annual general meeting of Nostalgia Broad- casting Cooperative – CJNU.
It’s Tuesday evening, April 24, 7 p.m., at the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre, 210 Rita St,
just north of Portage, two blocks east of the Moray Bridge. All members and friends are welcome to at- tend. We’ll have a short business meeting and, as al- ways, we want your input to Winnipeg’s only listener owned and operated radio station.
“At age 13 I was diagnosed with cancer, I spent 7 weeks in the hospital. Being in hospital opened my eyes to the amount of children fighting cancer without family. I wanted to do all I could to make it better for the other children which gave me the idea to start this charity.” – Katie Reimer 1997-2012
children. Kaitlyn dreamed and envisioned her own charity.
One of the most important programs that Katie Cares runs is the Katie Cares Bags. These bags are given to children who are admitted into a rural hospital. Each bag contains items that provide a distraction for the child, but the key component in each bag is a Teddy Bear. The Teddy Bear provides comfort, something for children to snuggle and hold on to. The bags have be- come extremely important for medical staff too. The Winnipeg Goldeyes Field of Dreams Founda-
tion has provided funds to purchase items for the bags. Thank you for your tremendous support to our char- ity. To learn more, visit katiecares.ca
What you’ll find in one of the Katie Cares bags. CJNU with Concordia Foundation at Kildonan Place a huge success in March!
atie Cares was founded by the late Kaitlyn Re- imer. Kaitlyn, diagnosed with cancer at age 13 year, saw a need and wanted to help other
We cap off the evening with complimentary re-
freshments and some social time to meet the many volunteers that keep CJNU on the air. For the official notice of CJNU’s AGM, and addi- tional information, go to our website: CJNU dot CA.
ver 25 folks stopped by the remote studio and purchased memberships in our CJNU co- operative. We enthusiastically welcome all our
new members and thank them for their support. For only $25, memberships are available at any time. Call 204-942-2568 and we’ll sign you up to enjoy the many benefits of being part of the CJNU family!
You could be one of us . . . Join us and help us
keep nostalgia radio on the air.
CJNU is a registered co-operative and you can become a member. To join all you have to do is fill out the form below and send it in along with your membership fee.
In return, you will:
• Get to meet our announcers in person • Receive invitations to our social events • Gain access to all the very best contests for tickets and other prizes on the station
But most of all, being a member gives you the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping to make our community better every day.
t Application for membership Nostalgia Broadcasting Co-operative Inc.
Name: _______________________________________________________ Address: _____________________________________________________ City: __________________ Postal Code:__________________________
Phone: ______________ Email Address:__________________________ $40 for new membership $25 for membership renewal Charge my: MC Visa
Card #______________________ Exp. Date _______
Mail to: CJNU RADIO, Richardson Building, 1350A – 1 Lombard Place, Winnipeg MB R3B 0X3
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