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Lauren Adams

General Manger

On air during the 2015 pledge drive.
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Lauren is a longtime resident of Unalaska. She started her time at UCB working in television production for Channel 8 in 2002. Lauren was promoted to station manager in 2006, and enjoys working with an excellent staff and board to provide public radio and television programming to the community of Unalaska.

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We are aware that local transmission of FM 91.1 has been off the air since Friday.  The outage is caused by a broken transmitter, which we believe was damaged in a power surge on Friday afternoon.

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Attention KUCB Members: you are invited to our annual get-together, which will take place on Wednesday, June 8th, 7-8:30 PM at the Burma Road Chapel.  We look forward to your participation at our annual meeting, as we elect board members and provide an update on current projects and the future of Unalaska Community Broadcasting.  We will also provide hamburgers and hotdogs grilled to perfection by UCB Board Members.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about our organization, get a sneak peek at future episodes of our archival television show, and look behind-the-scenes of Flash!

Chrissy Roes

Signs of spring are everywhere this month.  As the snow melts, the results of a winter's worth of stormy weather is revealed. Trash has accumulated on the beaches and along the roads.  The Community Center organizes two weeks of intensive spring clean-up each year to address this issue.  The effort makes a big difference in the beauty of Unalaska.  

The Missoula Children's Theatre has been a vibrant part of spring in Unalaska for over 12 years, and this year was no exception.  The Missoula Children's Theatre's mission is build life skills in children through participation in the performing arts.   Two person teams travel to communities all around the United States, where they recruit local youth and cast, rehearse, and perform a play in 5 days.  

Easter Breakfast Raises Funds for Scholarships

Mar 30, 2016
Lions Club

The Ballyhoo Lions Club held their annual Easter Breakfast on Saturday, March 26th at the UCSD high school small gym. Every year, the Lions provide breakfast free of charge, but donations are accepted. 

Lion Frank Kelty was pleased with the event and said it brought in more money than most years.  This year, the Lions raised $4,200 from the steady flow of more than 200 people who attended the event and generously donated. Funds will be used for the Lions Club college scholarship program.