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SPR Fire Station No. 3 by Don HamiltonSpokane Public Radio rehabilitated a historic Spokane treasure, Fire Station No. 3 on North Monroe and Sharp. This community hub has state-of-the-art performing and recording studios. We are in the process of growing the news, arts coverage, and local programing you depend on. Thank you for your gifts to the Moving to a Sound Future project!

Thank You to Sandpoint Rotary & Residents

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The Rotary Club of Sandpoint invited SPR General Manager Cary Boyce to speak at their regular meeting on Sept. 10, to talk about the changing face of radio and the Moving to a Sound Future project.

He told the gathered members that construction was underway on the historic Fire Station No. 3 in Spokane, and that less than $1 million remained to be raised to finish the project. The results will include a large performance/recording studio, double the floor space, and three times the production equipment.

After the meeting, Cary visited Monarch Mountain Coffee Shop and met with any listeners who wanted to talk about Spokane Public Radio. Thank you to all who came by to visit and to the Rotary Club for inviting Dr. Boyce to speak. He and other members of the SPR staff are available to meet with organizations and small groups about the Moving to a Sound Future project, meetings can be arranged by calling (509) 328-5729.

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