The Greenwood Beat – WFPG, known as “The Voice of Greenwood,” is taking a step towards making a positive impact on the community by launching an on-air reading program. This initiative comes at a time when the first black, female superintendent, Dr. Ebony Johnson, of Tulsa Public School, Oklahoma’s largest school district, has been appointed, amidst some controversy.
Dr. Angela K. Chambers, the CEO of The Greenwood Beat, expressed her desire to focus on the direct outcome of this milestone – the children. In a recent Facebook post, she called upon volunteers to join the program and come on the air to read to children. The response was overwhelming, with multiple messages and confirmations from enthusiastic volunteers.
“We have a platform, and we want to utilize this platform for the good of all people, especially children,” Dr. Chambers stated. Recognizing the power of its position as “The Voice of Greenwood,” the radio station aims to create a program that will benefit the community at large.
To discuss the details and logistics of the on-air reading program, a meeting will be held at the radio station tonight at 6:00 PM. Volunteers interested in participating are encouraged to contact Dr. Chambers via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is an opportunity for individuals to make a difference in their community and contribute to the education and development of children.
While the programming details are still being worked out, The Greenwood Beat – WFPG promises to keep the community informed. You can stay connected to The Greenwood Beat – WFPG for updates on the program. Listen to the radio station online 24/7 at www.thegreenwoodbeat.com.
“This is our community, and together we have the power to make a difference,” Dr. Chambers emphasized. By utilizing their platform to promote literacy and engage children through on-air reading sessions, The Greenwood Beat – WFPG is committed to fostering a love for reading and learning among the younger generation.
The on-air reading program not only benefits the children but also offers an opportunity for volunteers to connect with the community in a meaningful way. By sharing their time and love for reading, volunteers can inspire young minds and contribute to the overall well-being of the community.
The Greenwood Beat – WFPG’s dedication to community service is commendable. By leveraging their position as a prominent radio station, they are taking a proactive approach to address the needs of the community. The on-air reading program is just one example of their commitment to making a positive impact.
As the details of the program are finalized, The Greenwood Beat – WFPG will soon share more information with the community. Stay tuned to their updates and join them in their mission to create a brighter future for the children of Greenwood.