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Thank you Ridgway!

Posted by Jessica on 09/18 at 03:34 PM

I think that it is safe to say that Our Town: Ridgway’s 2012 edition was a success! What a fantastic night we had in the studio on 9/13. We had a total of 226 people call in with their pledges of support to WPSU. We also had special challenges from the Elks, the Moose, and Cullys, as well as a special promotion happening through Fox’s Pizza, which added additional funds to our total.

It is the support from members that keeps programs like this on the air. These pledges not only show the support of the residents towards their community and their public television station, but will also help to pay it forward to the next Our Town community to tell their stories.

If you did not get your copy of the program yet, its not too late! You can either visit http://wpsu.org/contribute to make your contribution online, or pledge by phone to 1-800-245-9779.

Thanks again for your community’s support of local programming in Central Pennsylvania!

{name} Author: Jessica
Bio: WPSU Producer

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