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Now available on SoundCloud — Access WHCP’s Exclusive Broadcasts of 2018’s Winter Concerts by all 11 DCPS schools plus the Chorus of Dorchester plus Anne Watts’ Cambridge Kids Rocking Christmas concert, plus bonus music from the MidShore Community Band and Choptank River Band — it’s ALL LOCAL MIDSHORE MUSIC ! For Link to the Concerts . . .
WHCP MEMBERSHIP PAYS !! Thanks to our community partners, the 101.5 Fall “Listen Local” Drive is offering incredible thank you packages at all levels ! (and supports Cambridge Community Radio – WHCP !) Shhh – it’s a secret – there are a limited number of very special thank you premiums for the first 50 new or renewing members in the WHCP Fall Membership Drive (can you say a free movie ticket each month to the Cambridge or Easton Premier cinemas just for signing up at the Family level). Check it out! The drive starts wraps up on Saturday October 27th with a FREE LIVE concert all day at WHCP, 516 Race St. featuring Anne Watts, Kentavius Jones, Laura Todd, Ian Ledger, Emma Myers, Bobby Reed and by very special arrangement Elvis (in the form of Billvis!) himself. But the day is young – be sure and come that evening
The WHCP-Exclusive “Firefly Radio℠” is made with the same care and in the same jar as Grandma’s preserves. After the jelly is gone, the jam plays on, powered by the fireflies once chased on hot summer nights. The Firefly Radio℠ is the brainchild of public radio fanatics across the United States with final assembly by Cambridge Community Radio High School interns, training younger students on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. PRICE AND DELIVERY The Firefly Radio℠ sells for $45.00 each, shipping included—Cambridge Community Radio Members receive one as a thank you at the Tower Level of annual membership ($101.50). Members . . . . .may buy one additional Firefly Radio℠ per household for $29.95 each plus shipping. The Firefly Radios℠ are available locally at Sunnyside Shop on Poplar Street in Cambridge, MD. The Firefly Radio℠ is carefully assembled by WHCP high school interns supervising younger students. A student technology training program partially supported