Write to Read featured on CKNW
CKNW in Vancouver is one of Canada’s highest rated radio stations, so it was an honour for me (representing W2R as the website editor/publicist) to be invited to talk to highly regarded morning show host Bill Good about the Write to Read Project. Bill was very curious as to how our project works, and if you are curious about the interview – check it out!
The full 30-minute interview can be heard by logging on to the CKNW website. Look for the Archive section of the Menu Bar at the top of the page. Select September 12th and choose the 9-10 a.m. time slot. After the show has loaded, you can fast forward the hour to 9.32 a.m. The 30-minute show ends at 10 a.m.
Thanks for getting the W2R program off the ground go, as always, to all the folks at Government House, participating First Nations, Britco Structures, participating Rotary clubs of District 5040 (and in particular Bob Blacker, without whom there would be no project), BC Ferries, London Drugs, Success by Six, the librarians and all of the hundreds of volunteers who have been vital to our success to date. Now that we have been profiled on CKNW, and the public knows we are here, there are big things to come.