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Welcome, Jeff!

Jeff Collins in the business office

There’s an extra (smiling) face around KNOM studios this summer: Jeff Collins, a Nome school teacher and sports coach who’s pitching in some part-time work in our business department.

Jeff may be familiar to longtime readers of our newsletter; he’s the husband of outreach coordinator Laura (Davis) Collins, and for a time, he also volunteered at KNOM as a community deejay, hosting a specialty music show on Monday evenings.

With his schedule freed up during these summer months, Jeff is bringing some much-needed assistance to our always-busy business office, helping to communicate with the donors, like you, who make our mission possible.

We thought you might want to see one of the people on the receiving end of your generous donations. Welcome, Jeff!


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