FM 107.5 is about you, the community . When you wake up to when you go to sleep.

We tell your stories, play happy music and inform the community of things happening where you live.

 

A typical day (we’re using Monday as an example) is we begin with the weather important to farmers, community organizations and those who live in our listening footprint. We let you know about news in the area, sport and community events and we often congratulate organizations on their events and great work.

 

We tell stories by engaging community, The Animal Welfare League dropped by Monday Morning Forum with a boxer dog named Gus who is up for adoption .

 

“He’s a great dog for parents and kids and even the elderly . Kind and friendly with others. He was rescued by caring people and now he’s up for adoption with the Adopt Me programme on your fabulous radio station,’’ Ash who brought Gus in said.

 

The Adopt Me program has already found uncared for pets homes with a loving family ‘’It’s what we do here give community a helping hand and our listeners are warm and care,’’ Station Manager Farren Hotham said.

 

Gerald Power from the indigenous community then told the story of Naidoc Week. An emotional tribute to stories of some inspired people who had embraced all of society.

 

Mr Power said community events “We’re for all,’’ He cried as he told the story of a young boy who said his uncle had been someone to look up since he was born. These are stories about you and me.

 

Carla Stuart explained how the Orange Open Garden Day would be a huge winner for its beneficiary The Orange Public School . ‘’ These gardens are magnificent, vibrant, fresh and innovative. They are good for the community to see and learn about water saving and also  the environment,’’

 

Wayne Petrie talked about farming industry and the showcase of central west beef week as the feature exhibit ‘’ Farmers have been resilient through the drought and graziers from Cudal, Dubbo, Parkes and many other communities will have cattle at the National Field Days, ‘’ he said.

 

Orange City Councillor Joanne McRae talked up what council has been doing and what it was going to do at its next meeting and a highly successful Womens Forum which attracted a large crowd to the Orange ExServices Club.

 

On the weekend FM 107.5 was at the Cowra Show, Molong Colour Run, East Orange Village Markets promoting these events and talking with community. We have been at shows and events at the last three months  engaging, talking with, communicating to our listeners. Understand what they want how they perceive us. 

 

These are some of the comments they made to us.

‘’Your everywhere, what your doing for communities is fantastic and love the music,’’ Bill from Eugowra

‘’Love your new music playlist but also how your supporting Molong and our Early Learning Centre,’’ Leanne from Molong.

‘’You help keep our communities safe, you inform and also work with us to embrace community,’’ Federal Member for Calare, Andrew Gee at Manildra

‘’ I haven’t heard of you before but the way you chat with people and talk community is fantastic and the music is happy and positive,’’ from Cowra

 

Our show broadcasts Manildra, Eugowra, Woodstock, Cowra, Canowindra have been successful. Our event broadcasts at Bathurst, Cargo, Molong and Orange on rugby league and rugby union.

 

This week we are at the Orange National Field Days and also at the Orange Wine Festival and Carcoar, next week we cover Naidoc Week and also the Western Rams v France at Parkes.

‘’I used to have a stigma but not anymore you embrace everybody and work with us to ensure community is promoted and it touches family, community. So many more people are listening,’’ Johnno Johnson from Orange told us.

No matter who you are, where you are will fight and support you because you are community. Because it’s all about you.

Gerald Power and Carla Stuart in the FM 107.5