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Pegasus Publications Inc. and Lifestyles 55 is pleased to donate these 2 pages to support CJNU and community radio. Transmissions Dispatches from community powered radio 93.7 FM CJNU


CJNU annual general meeting Katie Cares


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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.


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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.


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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.


12 www.lifestyles55.net 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


April 2018


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