WCBE’s fall fund drive is almost over, and if you haven’t made a donation yet - what are you waiting for? You’re probably busy driving home from work, making dinner, or working out and are telling yourself “you’ll donate, but later”.
WCBE stays on the air and remains a strong voice in the central Ohio community when listeners pay for the programs they listen to. Our fall fundraiser comes to an end in just two days and if you haven’t given yet, it’s important that you give now because its listener support that makes everything we do possible.
As listenership grows, so does WCBE’s membership base. Every listener plays an important role in WCBE’s success and we’d like to keep in touch with you.
If ever given a gift to WCBE, then you’re in our database. This week (10/11-10/17/12), you can help us reach our goal by going online to wcbe.org and updating your member profile through our newly released member portal.
There are many things you can trust will happen each day. There will be chores to do, places to go, calls to make, and meals to enjoy. While youre going about your life, you want to know what is happening in the world around you.
When it comes to keeping up with your world and community, WCBE 90.5FM is your trusted source! You know when you tune in everyday; you can count on receiving up to the minute news, interesting perspectives from around the world, and music you enjoy.
For 56 years, WCBE has served the central Ohio community with quality public radio programming: world, national and local news, diverse music, and a variety of other shows that entertain, inform, and keep you in touch with the world around you.
We invite you to help grow and sustain our cultural and educational landscape through a donation to The WCBE Fund. Our fall fund drive begins today. Its an opportunity to speak directly to listeners about WCBE and our mission to be your trusted source for all things public radio. Like you, we want to get back to normal programming as quickly as possible. Your gift of $90.50, $150, $365, or any amount you can provide will help WCBE 90.5FM get that much closer to the goal of finishing the drive successfully and returning to the trusted, uninterrupted, music and news you count on.
I hope you enjoy my video this month on fixed-income investments. Back in the old days, people would say, "Well, as we approach retirement, we have more in bonds and CD's because that provides us with a steady flow of income." Well today, with interest rates as low as they are, you can't survive on income that's in the 1.5 to 2% range. I believe that you have to look at alternatives.
I'd be glad to speak to you personally about your financial investment needs and concerns. Please contact me at 614-888-2121 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Today, with interest rates at 60-year lows, it's extremely difficult to get the income that we need from traditional types of fixed-income investments. For example, dividend-paying stocks may provide an income stream that is higher than today's fixed-income bonds. You can't just look at income in a vacuum, you have to consider the impact of inflation and taxes.
TICKETS AND EVENT REGISTRATION VIP Members will be on a guest list or provided with tickets for the event they choose to attend. Register by contacting our membership director, Richelle Antczak McCuen.
Every Wednesday a guest bartender joins us on The Hills Market Veranda to help support a charity or organization of his or her choice. Stop in for wine, beer and $7.99 large one-topping pizzas. Proceeds from the sale of all pizzas between 6 and 8:30 p.m. will be donated to the bartender’s chosen charity; in this case - WCBE. No reservations are required.
This week's bartender is Dan Mushalko representing WCBE!
Cinema Classics Kickoff Party Friday, August 03, 2012 (6:00 PM - 10:00 PM) Gateway Film Center
Celebrate the launch of Cinema Classics with WCBE's own Johnny DiLoretto and John DeSando at 6 PM on Friday, August 3 before the premiere of DR. STRANGELOVE at 7 PM. Talk with John and Johnny about your favorite classic films while enjoying light hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar. Bar tended by celebrity bartender & WCBE staff member, Jim Coe.