Radio Talking Book Service to Host Volunteer Appreciation Event
Radio Talking Book Service (www.RTBS.org) volunteers are the best!
On Wednesday, June 27, Radio Talking Book Service (RTBS) will host a luncheon to thank their volunteers – the dedicated and passionate people who bring the printed word to life for RTBS listeners! The annual Volunteer Appreciation Event will be held at the Immanuel Conference Center, where volunteers who read live, record in studio, or assist with administrative tasks will be honored with an afternoon of entertainment, door prizes, and refreshments.
Betty Deepe, RTBS’s new volunteer coordinator, commented, “Over the past four months, I’ve been overwhelmingly impressed by the longevity and commitment to service of our volunteers. They come in week after week…some, year after year…and make it happen. They make my job TOO easy!”
Radio Talking Book Service, Nebraska’s Audio Companion, was founded in 1974 and provides diverse, human-voiced print information for individuals with visual or physical disabilities which prevent them from reading. RTBS provides 24/7 programming, both informational and entertaining, from 12 newspapers, 70+ magazines, and books. Programming is delivered to their listeners via various types of preprogramed radios, the Internet, phone apps (TuneIn and Sero), AudioNow and podcasts.
Please visit www.RTBS.org for more information: listen live, apply for a radio, volunteer, or donate to Radio Talking Book Service.