Some special thanks are in order to the team that has worked so hard to make this happen.
“Thank you for the music”
Music Curator Cate Worsley has had the arduous task of collecting and sorting hours and hours of music for our playlists, it’s a fantastic mix, thankyou.
Thanks also to Sue Juniper, Ian Smith, Mike Goodwin and Angela D’Arcy-Evans for your huge contribution to this effort.
Jon Godden, our Programming Technician, is the mastermind behind making it all run smoothly. Jono has had to tag and upload hours of music and seamlessly set up the streaming. It sounds amazing, well done all.
Tash Birch, our Marketing and Partnerships Manager, thanks for spreading the word and drumming up financial support. You rock!
Karen Tearney, thankyou for all your hard work on marketing and branding and now pulling together the Community Call-outs and The Local Pulse.
Mike Goodwin, the logo looks terrific and as the web developer said, “one of the best favicons I’ve ever seen” and she’s seen a few…
Web developer Cath Wood, you’ve been a joy to work with. Your attention to detail and patience is admirable. I’ve decided “web developer” is possibly one of the worst jobs in the world.
Ted Coulter, Janine Carter, Ian Smith, Angela D’Arcy-Evans, Peta Lemmes; I couldn’t imagine a better team of community leaders to steer this juggernaut to success, thankyou.
Wendy, Clare, Andrea and Charity you were there at the beginning and without you we wouldn’t have come this far, thankyou so much for your contributions.
Founding members and partners
Brian Middleton deserves a special mention. He was willing to throw his support behind RMR when it was just an idea. He was one our first Founding Members and ensured the Rotary Club of Margaret River was our first Founding Partner.
Jennifer Gheradi, you too saw the value of RMR in the early days and ensured Bendigo Bank came to the party as another Founding Partner, thankyou.
Thanks also to our Gold partner Voyager Estate for believing in us at the beginning.
Jason Cleary at the Shire has a background in Community Radio and has been another champion of RMR ensuring the Shire were aware of the importance of this project.
Thankyou to Stephanie Addison-Brown, James Shepherd and the Shire Councillors for backing us and also coming on as Founding Partners.
Margaret River has an incredible pool of talented, skilled community members willing to make things happen and I felt privileged to be the person driving the bus full of them.
And finally thanks to you the Margaret River community who have also embraced this from the outset and are now joining our crew – donating, sponsoring and advertising. We can’t do it without you.
Our programming will evolve with your input and support. We can’t wait to start producing quality local informative and entertaining programs. Please be patient, good things take time.
In the great words of a great band “It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll”!
I’ll leave you now with a slice of sensational street dancing.
Thanks to Pip
A big vote of thanks needs to go to Pip, without whose drive and enthusiasm none of this would have happened.
A big congrats Pip and to all the others who have contributed to what I know will be an extremely successful venture.
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