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WHQR's tower site is undergoing maintenance over the next few weeks. 91.3 FM will occasionally operate at low power to protect the safety of workers onsite. If you have trouble receiving us on your radio you can listen online at WHQR-dot-org, through our app or on your smart speaker.


Thank you for supporting WHQR's Fall Pledge Drive. More than 1,100 people became new members, gave additional gifts or increased their monthly sustaining gifts to raise more than $160,000 for the station!!!! We are extremely grateful. Thank you for keeping your public radio station on the air! If you didn't have a chance to contribute, there's still time to call 910-343-1138 or donate online. THANK YOU!

Thank you to volunteers like Merritt and Mindy Blalock and the terrific community members who joined us on air: Kate Brandis, Cleve Callison, Murphy Turner, Beth Crookham, Kitty Yerkes, Dan Bruneau, Tom Ericson, Barbara Sullivan, Beth Steelman, Kristine Moore, Rob Zapple, Lori Wainright. 

We also thank the many businesses and individuals who put up challenges: Arthur and Madonna Falk, Barbara Sullivan and Michael Murchison, Beth Crookham, Carolina Gymnastics Academy, Cathy Bowes, Charles and Caroline Neal, Chris Fikry, Ed and Joyce Wadbrook, Friends of Public Radio Board of Directors, James and Lynne Pasquarette, Jeff and Karen Barnes, Jeff Hovis Intracoastal Realty, Jim and Mary Hagen, Kathleen Berkeley and Harry Tuchmeyer, Kingpost Design, Kristine Moore, Marilyn and Ronald Gunther, Mark and Kristi Polich, Pat Marriott, Randy White and Vickie Matthews, Richard and Susan Yang, Robert and Jane Henihan, Scott Hansberry CPA, Studio 3 Architects, The Hive Inn, The Transplanted Garden, Tim Costello and Kim Nelson, WHQR Community Advisory Board.

Mary Bradley moved to Wilmington from Los Angeles, CA in May 2007 with her husband Frank and twin baby daughters, Maggie and Kate. In California, Mary had been Drive Director and the producer of Elvis Mitchell's nationally syndicated public radio interview program "The Treatment" for public radio station KCRW for ten years. Mary was raised in Rhode Island and graduated from Boston University. Mary recently served as President of the Board of Directors of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Cape Fear Chapter.