KET volunteer promotes upcoming TeleFund ‘09

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By The Staff


I have been a volunteer at KET, Kentucky’s statewide public television system, for three years. I volunteer my time there because for years my family and I have enjoyed the diverse, wonderful programming and services KET provides, and I want to take part in passing those things on to others in my community.

KET produces programming that focuses on Kentucky and keeps us informed on public affairs, the arts, and health and education in the commonwealth. From legislative coverage and weekly public affairs programs to “Kentucky Life,” “Louisville Life” and “Kentucky Muse,” nobody puts more emphasis on Kentucky than KET. Plus, KET serves communities through its many outreach efforts and services to our schools.

KET also delivers outstanding national programming, including “Antiques Roadshow,” “Masterpiece,” “Celtic Woman” and the many nonviolent, commercial-free children’s shows parents trust.

For all of these reasons, I support KET and urge others to do the same. There is no better time to show your support than during KET’s upcoming TeleFund 2009, from Feb. 28 through March 15. You’ll feel proud to be a member of KET, knowing that you’re helping to keep great programs and services on the air for all Kentuckians.

Wayne Rassman,

KET Friends Board Member

Serving Gallatin, Carroll

and Trimble counties