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Join KNOM’s ‘Kids Show’ for the ‘Molly of Denali’ Finale

Join us next week for a special edition of the KNOM Kids Show!

On Wednesday, August 21, Katie and JoJo will have an on-air celebration to mark the finale of the new podcast Molly of Denali. Listeners will hear the final episode and the voice of Molly herself, Sovereign Bill, who will call in to join the fun!

Nome listeners are invited to KNOM studios during the show to enjoy free strawberry cake. Listeners across the region are invited to write in questions for Ms. Bill to answer on-air; email your questions to hotline@knom.org.

It all happens Wednesday, Aug. 21 at 3pm. Tune in to KNOM (780 AM, 96.1 FM), and if you’re in Nome, stop by 107 West 3rd Avenue to get a slice of strawberry cake.

Our thanks to Alaska Public Media for providing the audio for each episode of “Molly of Denali” — and to PBS and WGBH for the images in this post!

Images above and below: snapshots of “Molly of Denali,” provided courtesy of WGBH in Boston and used with permission.

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