MIKE DUNPHY and the Multicultural Unit
For the past 10 years or so, Mike Dunphy has patiently assisted the Multicultural Unit in completing and lodging all material associated with obtaining funding for MCU programs and the station. It has been Mike’s diligent approach, gentle nudging and oversight that has seen nearly $200,000 come the way of City Park Radio.
It hasn’t always been smooth sailing, often with a degree of frustration with constant marshalling and phoning individual presenters who wanted funding, to get them to complete forms and maintain the terms of their agreements.
Mike has now decided he will retire from this aspect of CPR operations -and on behalf of all members, the station says a huge thanks to Mike for all that he has done so well in this area for City Park Radio. Even when he had holidays coming up, it was prepared and presented early.
Mike has done a sterling job for the station and his shoes will be hard to fill (he’s still wearing them) . All jokes aside, it is extremely pleasing to honour someone who has gone the extra yards for the station over many years. That’s real dedication to CPR. Thank you, Mike Dunphy.
“Luigi, Yesterday I was amazed and delighted to have a beautiful bouquet of flowers delivered to my home. The card indicated that it was a gift from City Park Radio. As I am not sure who to thank, I thought I would message you. I just want to say how delighted I was to read the card. It is very uplifting to know that the friends at CPR care. Thank you to all concerned Best wishes Edward (Broomhall)”
CPR has also received thanks for flowers sent & cards received to Dave Mohr (recent bereavement) & Linda Callister (short hospital stay)
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING- Saturday August 31
The AGM will be held at the end of August and now’s the time to canvas who you would like to manage your community radio station for the coming year.
President, Treasurer, 3x2yr & 1x1yr committee positions are available for consideration by members. A nomination form is included in the newsletter mailout or available from the office.
CHRISTMAS IN JULY—13TH JULY 2013
WE RAN ON A TIGHT SCHEDULE AND AFTER GETTING MOST PEOPLE SEATED, FED AND MEALS OUT OF THE WAY, WE COULD THEN ENJOY THE REST OF THE EVENING.
CPR PRESIDENT, LUIGI ROMANELLI TOOK TO THE STAGE TO WELCOME GUESTS AND THANK THE ORGANISERS OF THE EVENT.
MIKE CONLON AND GRAEME HARRIS WERE MC’S FOR THE EVENING AND THEY DID A WONDERFUL JOB, ALTHOUGH, ONCE MIKE STARTS TALKING, THE ONLY WAY WE COULD SHUT HIM UP WAS TO TELL HIM (IN A NICE WAY) TO GET OFF THE STAGE SO PEOPLE COULD START DANCING. SORRY MIKE.
WE ASKED GARY PENGELLY IF HE COULD PROVIDE THE ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE EVENING AND HE DIDN’T LET US DOWN. THANK YOU GARY, THE BOYS IN THE BAND – BOB, DARRYL, STEVE, MURRAY, JOHN & GUEST ARTIST, LINDA KING. TO SEE GARY DRESSED AS AN INDIAN AND SINGING “RUNNING BEAR” WAS AN EXPERIENCE NOT TO BE FORGOTTEN.
THERE ARE ALSO A NUMBER OF PEOPLE WE NEED TO ACKNOWLEDGE………………..
PAM & GREG COAD & BAR STAFF AT THE AIC FOR THEIR SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE IN HELPING TO MAKE THE NIGHT A SUCCESS, GOLDEN ROAST FOR CATERING, HARVEY NORMAN, SANDRA & GEOFF PEARN, AND SUPPORTERS OF CPR WHO DONATED ITEMS FOR THE RAFFLE AND PRIZES, ALL THOSE WHO BOUGHT TICKETS TO THE FUNCTION AND RAFFLE TICKETS ON THE NIGHT – AND ALLAN “DISHPAN HANDS” ANDERSEN FOR WASHING UP. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING CITY PARK RADIO
KEEPING THE BEST UNTIL LAST – A HUGE THANK YOU TO THE ‘CHRISTMAS IN JULY’ WORKING PARTY, LINDA, YOLA, STEPHANIE, ELIZABETH, GRAEME & MIKE.
THANK YOU TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU…. you boosted the coffers of CPR by nearly $1.3k. *More photos below
MEMBERSHIPS RENEWAL— still $35 p.a.
It’s time to make sure you are financial for 2013/2014
Being a member of CPR assists keeping your community radio in Launceston on air.. and it is a condition of volunteering in all areas of CPR to be financial.
Our membership year runs July to June so prompt payment is appreciated— and make sure our office can keep your details up to date
REELIN’ in the YEARS – Classic Album
The Hermit of Mink Hollow – Todd Rundgren (1978)
Ever since his first album “Something/Anything” was released in 1972, Todd Rundgren’s music has been unpredictable and diverse, but interesting and well produced. He is the complete package – a multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and producer.
In the 1970s when he wasn’t producing albums for other people, he was making solo albums like “The Hermit of Mink Hollow”.
Released 35 years ago, this album was a solo project in every respect. It features no other musicians, with Rundgren playing all the instruments. The album title alludes to his self-imposed isolation to write and record the album while living in a house on Mink Hollow Road in upstate New York.
The album’s song list is best known for the single “Can We Still Be Friends” with its cascading voices sung in beautiful harmony. It also contains astonishingly good songs like “Determination”, the whimsical and very clever “Onomatopoeia”, and the beautiful melodies of “Lucky Guy” and “Hurting For You”.
There’s some balance in the hard rocking “Out of Control”. The songs shine with joyous energy like a perfect day, the sun rises with “All the Children Sing” and sets with “Fade Away”. Perfect choices to bookend a classic album.
Reelin’ in the Years … 60’s & 70’s music – heard every Saturday 5-7pm
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PHOTOS and PHOTOS and PHOTOS – Christmas in July
… with thanks to Maureen “snappy happy” Martin
Meetings this month
Public Programming Meeting
Wednesday 5th July 7pm
Saturday 15th July 9.30am
Christmas in July
Saturday 22nd July - 6.30pm
$45 per person
AGM - 26th August - 11am.
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