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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!

Bricks and Tiles One Way to Be Part of SPR


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SPR invites you to be part of our new broadcast home by putting your name on a brick or brick tile in the renovated courtyard. The former Fire Station No. 3's brick walkways will be renovated in Spring 2016 with bricks containing names and logos of special donors to the Moving to a Sound Future project.

Bricks can celebrate an anniversary, remember a loved one, or feature a business or civic organization's name.

Courtyard Bricks measure 4" by 8" and can contain three lines of up to 16 characters each, at a donation of $500.
Courtyard Tile Bricks measure 8" square and can also feature a logo, at a donation of $1,000.

These bricks are being engraved this winter, and will be installed in Spring 2016. Reserve yours now to be a lasting part of this historic building, and raise funds for updated equipment.

To add your name to the Courtyard Tile or Brick, or any other naming opportunity with SPR President & General Manager Cary Boyce, or click the box for "Contact me for Named Gift Opportunities" on the Moving To a Sound Future donation form.

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