‘Volunteer of the Year’ honored at KMST Membership Reunion

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On April 29, 2013

Luce Myers received KMST’s “Volunteer of the Year” award at the annual KMST Membership Reunion held April 25.

Missouri University of Science and Technology’s public radio station KMST honored Luce Myers as “Volunteer of the Year” at the station’s annual Membership Reunion (formerly membership picnic) that was held April 25 at the Lions Club Den in Rolla.

KMST Station Manager Wayne Bledsoe praised Myers for her work as a pledge drive volunteer and on-air guest host, and for her organizational work on the station’s upcoming 40th anniversary celebration. “Aside from Luce’s volunteer work during our membership drives, she continues to volunteer many hours in the planning of our upcoming 40th anniversary celebration,” says Bledsoe. “She is a great supporter, quality individual and very deserving of this honor.”

This year’s Membership Reunion was underwritten by Phelps County Bank and Phelps County Regional Medical Center. Food was supplied by Swiss Meat and Sausage Co. of Hermann, Mo., and Lee’s Famous Recipe Chicken of Rolla. Beverages were supplied by Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. of Rolla.

KMST members enjoyed food and conversation at the station’s membership reunion.

KMST is a 100,000-watt non-commercial, educational station licensed to the Curators of the University of Missouri System. The station is located at 88.5 FM in Rolla and surrounding communities; 96.3 FM in Lebanon, Mo., at their translator facility; and online at www.kmst.org.

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