Variety show turns on radio station

With a secure spot on the radio dial, Gabriola Radio Society is now fundraising to build a station.

With a secure spot on the radio dial, Gabriola Radio Society is now fundraising to build a station for CKGI, 98.7 FM.

The society is hosting its You Turn Me On, I’m a Radio variety show Jan. 7 at The Haven on Gabriola Island with a family show from 7-9 p.m. featuring Bob Bossin, Jake Galbraith, Ian Perry, Antonio Gradanti, Lou Gradanti and Shed.

An adult-oriented show takes place in the Blue Lounge from 10 p.m. to midnight.

Tickets are $15 or $25 for both shows and available at Artworks on Gabriola and Fascinating Rhythm  in Nanaimo.

Memberships to the radio society, souvenir CKGI hats and T-shirts wil be on sale.

For more information, please go to www.ckgi.ca.

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