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Humanitarian Award

From AllAccess.com

 

MUSICMASTER's new "RADIO FOR GOOD" Humanitarian Awards

 

One of the two recipiants was RESULTS RADIO -- nominated and selected due to their persistent coverage during the Camp and Carr Fires. They have two markets located right in the danger zones in CHICO-PARADISE and REDDING. They really fought to stay on the air so they could offer evacuation information and moral support. Even as staff were losing their own homes, they stuck around to come to work and do what was needed. Accepting was RESULTS RADIO SVP/Strategy & Growth DAVE SHAKES.


Thank You NorCal! Make-A-Wish Radiothon Grants 19 Wishes

Every year Results Radio in Redding puts on a 2 day fund raiser for the Northern California chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. This year was no different and once again the wonderful Redding community responded with the biggest total we've ever had! The community came together to raise over $149,000 for children facing life threatening illnesses. Granting a total of 19 wishes.

 


Citizen of the Year Results' Naomi Yamamoto

Story From The Record Searchlight,  Photo courtesy of Redding Chamber of Commerce

 

Help for Carr Fire victims, teachers, the underprivileged and a will that moves others to get involved are but a sample of what Naomi Yamamoto has done for Redding.

 

“Honestly, working with her for years, she just gets so many people to get involved who might not otherwise,” said Judy Salter, a former Citizen of the Year winner and retired CEO of Turtle Bay Exploration Park. “She builds pride in our city by every action she takes. I am just really honored to be her friend.”

 

Yamamoto was honored Friday night as the 2018 Redding Citizen of the Year.

The award capped the Redding Chamber of Commerce Legends & Leaders Gala at the Sheraton Hotel.

 

The Citizen of the Year award is sponsored by the Record Searchlight.

 

"Without (Yamamoto), Redding would literally be a duller and less compassionate place," said Silas Lyons, the newspaper's executive editor, introducing her Friday evening. "Her involvement and impact are enormous, even though she personally keeps a low profile."

Salter, who won the award in 2012 and spoke before Friday’s event, said her friend has worked tirelessly to make Redding a better place.

 

“I know that Naomi represents the very best that Redding wants to be and can be,” Salter said. “She is always community first. She leads with the heart but follows up with a business sense and organization to get things done.”


Carr Fire Relief

The Results Radio team had the privilege of presenting Shasta Regional Community Foundation with a $16,000 check this morning for the Carr Fire Disaster Relief Fund. All of this money came from our Rebound Rebuild Campaign, and with help from our sister stations here in Redding, Chico, Sacramento, Yuba City, and our wonderful Listeners!


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