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FREE COMMUNITY CALENDAR OF EVENTS - Local Public Service Announcements
 
Our Free Community Calendar of Events and Local Public Service Announcements (PSAs) are part of Cherry Creek Radio's mission to serve the community.
 
Submissions may only be made on behalf of not-for-profit organizations, non-profit agencies, free to the public events, or events for fundraising. All submissions will be reviewed before appearing on the air or posted on our websites.
 
Cherry Creek Radio does not check the details of the event or take responsibility for inaccurate information. Cherry Creek Radio reserves the right to edit or reject submissions.
 
Please proofread before sending and make sure your PSA or event is received a minimum of 1 week before the scheduled event. Also, please ensure that your announcement includes a POC (point of contact), the location of the event, the time of the event, and why the event is being held.
 
To submit local public service announcements or to add to the community calendar of events, please email prodbutte@cherrycreekradio.com, call the main number at 406-494-4442, or send a fax to 406-494-1060.





  • On this Day April 30, 2008
    Gail Renard, who was given the hand written lyrics to 'Give Peace A Chance' by John Lennon in 1969, announced plans to sell the lyric sheet at a Christie's auction. At the time, Lennon told Renard to hang on to the piece of paper, saying "It will be worth something someday." The piece of music history was expected to fetch around $400,000, but when it was actually sold in July of this year, it went for $790,000 (?400,000).
  • On this Day April 30, 2005
    The Dave Matthews Band agreed to pay $200,000 (?105,000) after their tour bus dumped human waste on a boatload of tourists in Chicago in August 2004. Bus driver Stefan Wohl who was alone on board the bus at the time the sewage was dumped was fined $10,000 (?5,200), the band had already donated $100,000 (?54,252) to two group's that protect the Chicago River and its surrounding area. The Dave Matthews Band offered their "deepest apologies" to more than 100 boat passengers who were on an architectural tour.
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