Columbia Gas donates to Community Radio
Herb Miller, president of Columbia Gas of Kentucky, second from left, presented a $15,000 grant through Columbia's NiSource Charitable Foundation to Lexington Community Radio, a community-based radio station that will broadcast to underserved central Lexington neighborhoods. The funding will be used to provide infrastructural and programming needs of LCR's new low-power FM stations, WLXL-LPFM/95.7 and WLXU-LPFM/93.9. LCR's partnership with the STEAM Academy gives students the opportunity to learn technology, engineering, multimedia, broadcast, project promotion and leadership skills in a way that benefits their community. From left, Hap Houlihan, general manager of LCR; Miller; Tina Stevenson, principal of the STEAM Academy; Gayle Bourne, financial adviser for LCR; Debra Hensley, founder and president of LCR; and Delia Gibbs, project coordinator of LCR.
Columbia Gas donates to Community Radio Herb Miller, president of Columbia Gas of Kentucky, second from left, presented a $15,000 grant through Columbia's NiSource Charitable Foundation to Lexington Community Radio, a community-based radio station that will broadcast to underserved central Lexington neighborhoods. The funding will be used to provide infrastructural and programming needs of LCR's new low-power FM stations, WLXL-LPFM/95.7 and WLXU-LPFM/93.9. LCR's partnership with the STEAM Academy gives students the opportunity to learn technology, engineering, multimedia, broadcast, project promotion and leadership skills in a way that benefits their community. From left, Hap Houlihan, general manager of LCR; Miller; Tina Stevenson, principal of the STEAM Academy; Gayle Bourne, financial adviser for LCR; Debra Hensley, founder and president of LCR; and Delia Gibbs, project coordinator of LCR.
Columbia Gas donates to Community Radio Herb Miller, president of Columbia Gas of Kentucky, second from left, presented a $15,000 grant through Columbia's NiSource Charitable Foundation to Lexington Community Radio, a community-based radio station that will broadcast to underserved central Lexington neighborhoods. The funding will be used to provide infrastructural and programming needs of LCR's new low-power FM stations, WLXL-LPFM/95.7 and WLXU-LPFM/93.9. LCR's partnership with the STEAM Academy gives students the opportunity to learn technology, engineering, multimedia, broadcast, project promotion and leadership skills in a way that benefits their community. From left, Hap Houlihan, general manager of LCR; Miller; Tina Stevenson, principal of the STEAM Academy; Gayle Bourne, financial adviser for LCR; Debra Hensley, founder and president of LCR; and Delia Gibbs, project coordinator of LCR.

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