NCPR is home

Eblast-3_jonandjessWhen my wife got a job in Canton, I immediately thought,

“Where the heck is that?

Moving to the North Country and making it our new home was a difficult thing to do. The feeling of isolation and distance was quickly alleviated by finding NCPR while cruising about town. Canton and the North Country didn’t feel so different to me anymore, it felt normal.

When I was looking for work myself and got an interview with the station, I felt lucky, because I knew this place felt different, it felt special.

When I got the job, I was ecstatic.

My primary job is to assist the development team, to help June plan for the fundraiser or plan station events and I help Sandy with a variety of tasks working with our underwriting community. I like to also think of myself as a jack of all trades, helping out others around the office with whatever I can. You need business cards or new toner ordered, I’m your guy. You need help moving heavy equipment at a transmitter site, I’m your guy. You need a roadie going to a remote broadcast, I’m your guy

Canton is now where I happily live, but NCPR itself has really become a home for me. I love the people I work with and know how fortunate I am to see them every day.

If you are one of the countless people who live with Todd & Martha in the mornings, any one of the awesome music shows in the afternoons or make Saturday night jazz with Joel and Guy a priority, then please know that. . .

It’s Time to Give!

Jon Sklaroff

iPadPro_90P.S. Don’t forget, everyone who donates is automatically entered into our fall prize drawings. Our next drawing, for an iPad Pro tablet computer, comes when we reach $230,000 toward our goal. You don’t have to donate to win, but we hope you’ll be a part of our success!

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