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Another way to support KLZR!

Another way to support KLZR!

KLZR has partnered with Vehicles For Charity to process
donated vehicles!  Please call 1 866 628 2277 … they will answer any
questions you may have and can make arrangements to pick up your donation.

Here are some frequently asked questions about the process:

What can I donate?
You can donate most any vehicle, including cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles
and recreational vehicles. They do not have to be currently running. Your
vehicle donation will be sold at an auction or to salvage depending on
condition. Is my donation tax-deductible?
Yes, KLZR is a non-profit organization and all donations
qualify as a charitable deduction on your federal income tax return.

What do I need to donate my car?
The title to the car must be in your name. We will also need some
information about where the car is located and the condition of the car. This
will assist us in scheduling appropriate towing arrangements.

Will you pick up my car?
A towing company will call you to schedule the pick-up of your vehicle.
You will need to give the driver the keys to the vehicle as well as your
signed title.

How is the value of my car determined?
The IRS allows you to take a charitable tax deduction on your federal
income tax form equal to the amount the vehicle sells for at auction unless it
sells for less than $500. If your vehicle sells for less than $500 you may
deduct no more than $500. If your vehicle sells for more than $500, you will
need to include the IRS form 1098C. Vehicles for Charity will supply this
documentation after your vehicle sells. We recommend you consult your tax
advisor with questions about your deduction.

 

2019 Winter Newsletter

2019 Winter Newsletter

The 2019 Winter Newsletter is here! KLZR news, volunteer spotlights, upcoming events schedule and more.

Special thanks to Kathy Blaha for her good work on this and ALL the KLZR Newsletters!

 

KLZR WINTER NEWSLETTER

 

Bess Cole joins KLZR Board

Bess Cole joins KLZR Board

KLZR welcomes Bess Cole, our newest Board member. Bess was elected Wet Mountain Broadcasting Corp Treasurer in January 2019. A few words from Bess …

I am delighted to be a new member of the KLZR board!  I moved to the Wet Mountain Valley in the summer of 2015 without any previous knowledge of KLZR radio or sponsored concerts, but soon found myself feeling quite at home with the wide variety of musical offerings.   Some of my early musical influences were: as a child listening to classical music and broadway musicals, Camelot being a particular favorite, a live concert at John Terrell’s Music Circus with Peter, Paul and Mary under a tent in a field outside of Lambertville, New Jersey, and in college a second live concert with Ian and Sylvia in Rochester, New York.   Since then, I’ve come to appreciate other musical genres like opera, bluegrass, zydeco and Celtic but folk remains my all time favorite much like many other Wet Mountain Valley residents of a certain generation.

Winter Open House photos!

Winter Open House photos!

Thank you for joining us at the 2018 Annual KLZR Winter Open House! It was another successful event full of great music, treats and good cheer! It was the final KLZR event at The Back Room … KLZR thanks Cathy Snow for being such a generous host!  Special thanks to our performers this year … Bob Reed, Jack Naff, John Drew Peterson, Smythe, Taylor (and Taylor!), Ron Thomason and Heidi Clare. Silver Cliff Lights were unable to perform but Beans N Wheels stepped in on short notice with a very energetic performance. We are SO happy to hear that Terry from Silver Cliff Lights is doing well and will be back on stage shortly!

Visit our

PHOTO GALLERY

for Open House photos!
KLZR Thanks our tech team!

KLZR Thanks our tech team!

On December 22, a power outage corrupted KLZR’s operating system, causing KLZR to go off the air. It took quite some time and a lot of work to get us up and running. KLZR would like to thank members of our technical support team for their good efforts.

Bob Thomason built KLZR’s infrastructure and continues to offer support when needed. He recently got the webcam up and running on KLZR.org.

Irwin Burton maintains our network, performing daily checks on the station’s operations.

AJ Biggerstaff has put hundreds of hours into building and maintaining our playlists and library. He is familiar with the nuts and bolts of KLZR’s operation and recently completed a comprehensive DJ handbook.

Joe Srogoncik is KLZR’s contact with ENCO, supplier of the software that keeps KLZR on the air. Joe recently spent many hours upgrading our software and working out the inevitable bugs.

All four of these volunteers answered the call when KLZR went off the air recently. Thank You!

 

Ever want to be a DJ?

Ever want to be a DJ?

Have a go at being a DJ! KLZR’s unique “Music Your Way” program is a way for locals to get behind the mic

for an hour. There is no long term commitment, though if you decide you enjoy it you’re welcome to come back as often

as you like!  Music Your Way shows are between 4 and 6 pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Contact Gary Taylor, gary.taylor@klzr.org for details.