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Radio is a very intimate medium.  That's why I always picture myself as speaking to just one listener at a time.  And then, it truly is a thrill and an honor to meet those individual listeners face to face.  For Denny Milgate, he was honored and moved emotionally when he met a long-time listener to TWR-Bonaire who told him "you became a part of our family."  That's the intimacy of radio.

Click here to learn more about TWR-Bonaire and the TWR-Bonaire Transmitter Power Upgrade Project

(Photo of Susie and Denny Milgate)