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Learning Lunches

One-on-one

At WVIA we encourage and respect our members' feedback. We would like to meet with each of you and learn more about what you enjoy.

You have chosen to invest in Public Media and your opinion is incredibly important in how we move forward as an organization.

Do you have great ideas or suggestions for us? What are some of your favorite radio programs or TV shows?

In an effort to gather a better understanding of what drives you to support our station, we’ve created “Learning Lunches.” These personal, one on one conversations, will provide an exceptional opportunity to talk about why you support our station, what you enjoy, and what you would like to see more of. In return, WVIA benefits by getting to know our members even better!

To set up your learning lunch today, please contact John A. Farkas Jr. at 570-602-1134 or johnafarkas@wvia.org

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