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Spring Membership Drive: So Many Giveaways—All for Our Member-Listeners!

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Botanical paintings by artist Michael Florian Jilg of Hays, KS

This Spring, we're planting some seeds to help GROW PUBLIC RADIO. Your support helps ensure a healthy crop of HPPR programming across our region. Will you help tend the future of public radio? If so, we have some exciting GIVEAWAYS to encourage your support!

HPPR’s 2022 Spring Membership Drive has arrived, and NOW IS THE TIME to show your ♥ for PUBLIC RADIO on the High Plains. We’ve got so many reasons to RENEW your membership, purchase a GIFT MEMBERSHIP, become a SUSTAINER with an automatic monthly pledge, or provide an ADDITIONAL GIFT to sponsor those who cannot afford to give. And we have LOTS OF GIVEAWAYS to make it worth your while!

HIGH PLAINS ART by Michael Florian Jilg of Hays, KS
Retired Art Professor from Fort Hays State University, Michael Jilg, has donated SEVEN ORIGINAL PAINTINGS of exquisite flowers to encourage the art-lovers of HPPR’s listener region to reach out and pledge! There will be DAILY DRAWINGS for these works. Visit our website to see which is on deck for the day!

GIFT CARDS TO GARDEN CENTERS
Planting season is almost here! To celebrate our SPRING MEMBERSHIP DRIVE, we have goodies for our many horticulturally-inclined listeners out there. Engage with your station, and you can win $50 gift cards from the following regional partners:

Stutzman’s Gardens— Dodge City, Hutchison & Great Bend, KS
The Flower Co-Op—Liberal, KS
Morton Lumber/Ace Hardware—Amarillo, TX
Chaparral Cactus & Succulents—Amarillo, TX
Canyon’s Edge Plants—Canyon, TX

SKIP’S GARDEN BASKET: A PERENNIAL FAVORITE!
On Monday, April 11th, tune in to High Plains Morning from 9a-12p CT, as Skip Mancini joins Jenny Inzerillo, LIVE on the air. She’s offering another SPRING GARDEN BASKET to a lucky winner! Featuring an ever-changing selection of organic produce from her garden, as well as preserves, jams, jellies, honey, oil, vinegar – all kinds of goodies for you to enjoy. What will Skip have in the basket this year?

TICKETS TO BOB WILLS DAY: 50TH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL IN TURKEY, TX
Join David Waddle and Jenny Inzerillo, LIVE on Saturday from 2-4p CT as they co-host Western Swing Radio Rambler. They'll be celebrating Bob Wills, and that means FREE TICKETS to Bob Wills Day in Turkey, TX. This year, it'll run from April 28th through the 30th, and it features Asleep at the Wheel, Billy Mata & the Texas Tradition, Jake Hooker & the Outsiders, Bob Wills' Texas Playboys (with Jason Roberts), Jody Nix & the Texas Cowboys, & more!

DINNER FOR TWO AT THE BIG TEXAN
This will also go to a winner that calls during Western Swing Radio Rambler!

ARTISANAL ROASTED COFFEE FROM AMARILLO, TX
To celebrate our high-school interns and their submission to the NPR Student Podcast Challenge, we'll be featuring local coffee shops of Amarillo: Palace Coffee Co., Roasters, & The 806 Coffee + Lounge. The podcast addressed the "coffee culture" of the Yellow City, and it's the FIRST SUBMISSION from the High Plains. Whoo hoo!

We talk a lot about growing our High Plains community. During the Membership Drive, you’ll hear the voices of many HPPR friends—local guests, community leaders, board members, and performing musical artists. These folks make up just a small sampling of the beautiful and diverse social landscapes that comprise our High Plains community! This is the garden we grow, and your support is the seed to be planted!

Tune in EACH DAY to hear how YOU can join with other member-listeners to POWER PUBLIC RADIO on the High Plains. Find out how to get your dollars doubled, support regional programming, and enter to win these spectacular drawings. You won’t want to miss out!

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Jenny Inzerillo joined HPPR in 2015 as the host of High Plains Morning, our live music program that airs weekdays at 9 am to noon CST. Broadcasting from KJJP in beautiful downtown Amarillo, she helps listeners wake up with inspired music from our region and beyond. Tune in for new voices in folk/Americana, deep cuts from your favorite artists, soulful tracks from singer/songwriters across the world, and toe-tapping classics dating as far back as the 1920s. Plus, discover underground greats that just might be your new favorite band.