7th Anniversary 99.3 County FM Celebration – Your community, non-profit, volunteer-driven radio station salutes you.
A sample of the fun we had on-air and at events during our 7th Celebrations!
October 9th: Music In The Park at Benson Park with Cue The Funk and special guest Megan Hutton. Foodland Picton provided the food, Kinsmen Club of Picton donated their services. Angie’s Pooper Pumping Septic Service sponsored the music Great turn out of volunteers & listeners
October 9/10th: 99.3 County FM media sponsor Scarecrow Festival (Photo Credit: Department of Illumination).
October 12th: Pirate Radio, Movie Night at the Regent Theatre. Thank you to sponsors Lorraine & Chris Willson and Councillor Mike Harper
October 13th: Homegrown Concert at St Andrews. Fantastic evening led by Megan Hutton. Special thanks to the musicians for making it all possible: Annelise Noronha, Instant Rivalry, Greg Hinde, Franco Care, Craig Foster, Mark Despault, Tony Forbes and Bill Woods. Sponsors Warfair by Megan Hutton and Back Forty Productions. (Photo Credit: Tony Forbes).
October 14th: On Air Celebrations. Special thanks to Pat Larkin, Jim JJ Johnston, Vanessa Pandos, Paul Snepts, Dave Wheatley, Greg Hinde for a full day of specialty programming
October 15th-24th: 99.3 County FM Lifestyle & Adventure Facebook Auction. Thank you to all the gift donors and participants, we raised over $6,600 and had some fun!
October 15th: Wellington Dukes 99.3 County FM Game. Great turnout to the game. Celine Papizewska volunteered to sing the anthem for us. Red carpet Celine P, Jim JJ Johnston (chair), Craig Mills (GM), Craig Foster (News Dir, Host, and Play by Play)
October 16th: Prince Edward County Pumpkinfest Weigh-off. 99.3 County FM on location. Craig Foster reported live from Lehigh Arena courtesy of Wilkinson & Company LLP
October 16th: 99.3 and Comedy Country presented Martha Chaves at The Regent Theatre
October 17th: Our celebrations wrapped up with the return of “Radio Players” and A Theatre Club’s presentation of “The Tomorrow Box”, play adapted for radio by Rosemary Smith