As 2012 comes to a close, we would like to thank you for making WUWM your source for in-depth news and smart entertainment. In this E-NEWS, we are reaching out for your help - to select your favorite interviews and nominate people making a difference in our community.
|FAVORITE STORIES OF THE YEAR |
|What WUWM story caused a "driveway moment" for you this year? |
|We need your help putting together a year-end, best-of Lake Effect show.|
Does a particular interview come to mind? Maybe it's Mitch Teich's interview with Rhett Miller of the Old 97s, Susan Bence's Community Gardens Transforming Neighborhoods story or one of the pieces in Stephanie Lecci's Death and Dying series.
Please search through Lake Effect's archive and our Environmental Reporters' stories and let us know your favorite story of 2012.
|HOLIDAY GIFTS THAT SUPPORT PUBLIC RADIO|
NPR Shop, Pretty Good Goods & WUWM Gift Memberships
| When shopping for holiday gifts this year, why not purchase items that also support public radio? Buy gifts - like an NPR t-shirt or the 2013 NPR wall calendar - from the NPR Shop and a portion of the proceeds will support WUWM. And, at APM's Pretty Good Goods online store, you can find something for the A Prairie Home Companion fan on your list.|
You can also give the gift of WUWM. Honor your family and friends by making a tax-deductible gift on their behalf. The recipient of your gift will receive member benefits. For more information, visit wuwm.com/give or call 414-270-1225.
|LIFE'S VOICES SERIES |
|At the end of each year, WUWM News profiles individuals who are quietly making a difference in our community.|
|This year's Life's Voices series kicked off with the story of Carlene Keys, a foster mom extraordinaire who, with her husband, has fostered nearly 90 kids. More profiles will air during the last week of December.|
Do you know someone who should be profiled? Email WUWM News.
To listen to past stories, visit wuwm.com/voices.
|FEATURED UNDERWRITERS |
WUWM recognizes these new underwriters:
|Woodland Pattern Book Center, Stollenwerk Family Foundation, Healing Forest Studio and Astor Street Dance Studio. Thank you for supporting Milwaukee Public Radio! If you do business with any of WUWM's corporate or charitable sponsors, please thank them for supporting WUWM!|