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You've heard us on your radio, and you may have talked with us on the phone, now meet the staff behind 90.5 KACS, Family Friendly Radio for Southwest Washington. KACS is operated by a dedicated staff of professionals supported by a team of Volunteers, Prayer Partners, TFN Monthly Support Partners, Day Sponsors, Underwriters and Life Changers. You can join our team right now and add your support to this growing ministry! If you'd like to give time in addition to your listener support, read our volunteer's information below.
Our staff includes:
Volunteers are in important part of our community service and ministry. From stuffing envelopes for mailings to helping at our annual concerts, from data entry to promotions and marketing, from helping behind the scenes, to being an on-air announcer -- there are multiple opportunities to get involved. Your gift of time and service is appreciated and an important part of our budget planning. Click here to tell us what you'd like to do as a volunteer part of our service.
SPECIAL! -- Community Liaisons Needed:
The volunteer Community Liaison provides eyes and ears to our SW Washington community service. As part of the team you update us about community events, activities and needs. By sending us public service announcements and notices you help us serve your community. And you'll receive our thanks and small incentive gifts along the way. Volunteer Community Liaisons Needed in:
- Centralia & Chehalis
- Enumclaw & Puyallup
- South Bend
- Other surrounding Communities
Concert & Underwriting Sponsors -- Team Players
Concert Sponsorships and Underwriting donations for KACS. Interested Christian business people can become KACS-KACW Concert Sponsors by calling 360-740-9436 to ask for information. A KACS Staffer will follow-up on your questions. We are glad to help business people set-up their tax-deductible support of KACS-KACW local Southwest Washington community service. Call or e-mail and we will explain how your small promotional investment turns into local charity projects, community concerts, and on-going family-friendly service.
General Manager / Morning Host / KACS Prayer TIme Host
Our General Manager's professional life has been behind the microphone on both coasts of North America. He has been on stations in Newfoundland, Canada; Alaska, and most of the Pacific Northwest. Cameron is a former pastor and missionary. He is a professional audio book narrator and has performed over 400 titles. In addition to serving KACS, he operates Autumn Leaf Productions -- a voice talent, media consulting and graphic design home business. He says his wife has "put up with me" for over 30-years, and he is "Dad" for two young adults, and "Grandpa" to two little boys. Cameron enjoys gardening, fly fishing, camping, hiking, and photography. He's also an author and poet. He plays piano fairly well, and guitar, though not as well as piano! And enjoys woodworking.
Bookkeeper and Donor information
Colleen helps keep all the bills paid on time with the donations you, our listeners provide. She also keeps our donor information up to date.
Administrative Assistant / Receptionist
Tracy enjoys working with our listeners and the community. She will greet you when you call and send e-mails.
Production Assistant -- Community Calendar Host -- Weekend Host
Family comes first for Mike. He enjoys computers, gaming, searching the internet and learning as much as he can on a variety of topics. For example, he now knows how to clean a cuttlefish....though he's not quite sure when that will become practical knowledge. He has good sense of humor, and enjoys time with close friends and family.
Matt grew up in Beal City, Michigan, 60 miles north of Lansing. In 1990, Matt became the announcer for Beal City High School basketball games and began a life-long love of telling stories through microphones. Matt went on to become a Christian Radio DJ, a radio play-by-play man for high school and college basketball, and TV play-by-play man for high school football. He is most famous, however, for his work doing play-by-play for televised T-ball. In his off-air time, Matt pastors a church, rides a motorcycle, dances in the Nutcracker ballet, works as a roadie for a local school band, and tries to keep up with his three kids and his wife.
Rick McConnell is a Christian radio veteran who has worked for many stations in the U.S. and for several radio networks. His radio features have been heard by millions around the world. Rick has been on KACS for over 16-years now as the voice behind many of our shorter feature ministry spots. He's happy to join our KACS listeners on the drive home each evening. Rick became a follower of Jesus in his senior year in high school, and shortly after that began his radio career. He also spent several years working at Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs, CO. He has a heart for ministry that comes through in his daily radio hosting on KACS.
Volunteer & Country Gospel Hour Host (Saturday & Sunday)
Kerry serves KACS in several capacities including hosting the Country & Southern Gospel Hour. The Cathedrals are among his favorite quartets, and he has been known to sing in local quartets himself. He enjoys cars, trucks, hot rods, good music, fun family times and ATV's. Kerry has been a part of the KACS radio ministry almost from the beginning of the station. He is also an accomplished actor, and has given performances of "The Innkeepers Dream" and other dramas at area churches. Join Kerry Saturday at 9:00 p.m. and Sunday at 4:00 p.m. for country and southern gospel music.
Volunteer Saturday & Sunday Host
Eric Pelz, former Chaplain for Maple Lane School. He is also a minister of the Presbyterian Church, and a KACS Volunteer. Eric says "for many years KACS encouraged me to get the word out regarding the mentoring ministry at Maple Lane. I got to know and appreciate the dedicated station staff, and so I was absolutely delighted when asked to help with weekend announcing." Eric has lived in Washington nearly all his life, and as with many Western Washington residents, has no problem with the rain and fog, "on the contrary, I love it" says Eric. He also loves his wife, music and trains.
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