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KY Gives Day 2014

KY Gives Day is on Wednesday, April 9th this year. It's a 24 hour online giving event throughout Kentucky. Last year we were gifted with $1,100 and this year our goal is $1,200! Please help us reach our goal by donating on KY Gives Day. A donation can already be scheduled. Here is the link to our page:

Thank you so much for your continued support!

Upcoming Events:

Food Trucks for a Cause: Radio Eye has teamed up with the Bluegrass Food Truck Association for Food Trucks for a Cause! The event will be on April 4th from 11am - 7pm. Food trucks will be set up at 400 E. Main Street and Radio Eye will receive 10% of the profits! We hope to see you there!                                                   

Kroger Fundraiser


Radio Eye participates in an ongoing fundraiser with Kroger. You can request a special gift card from us, which comes with $5 loaded on it. Then, when you reload  your gift card, Radio Eye receives a percentage of the funds. If you're interested in participating in this fundraiser, please contact or call the studio at 859-422-6390.                                    


*Lysol or other cleaning wipes
*1 inch round mailing seals
*Scotch tape refills
*Computer monitor stands (3)                                                       
Thank you to our recent donors:
- Greg Franklin
- James Kennedy
- Mary Fran Melton
- William MacDonald
- Carol & Barry Frazelle
- Irma Erhart
- Martha Bell
- AARP Chapter 345
- William Rogers Beasley
- Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation
- Kroger
- Second Presbyterian Church                                                  
- Lexington Medical Society Foundation
- Miller Family Foundation
- Gheens Foundation  

We've Expanded!                                     

Radio Eye's broadcast can now be heard in the Pineville area! We're currently searching for listeners. If you can help us, please contact the studio.                        

Listener Spotlight: Beth Graves

By: Joel Scott

Beth Graves of Lexington is one of Radio Eye’s newest listeners, having listened for only a couple of months.  Beth, 89, got interested in Radio Eye when friends started telling her about it last year.  She mainly listens to the Lexington Herald-Leader.  She has suffered from macular degeneration for roughly a year.
Beth raised three children - two girls and a boy.  She also worked for 11 years in United States Geological  Service offices in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and Washington, D.C.  After raising her family, she worked for 15 years on the office staff of the University of Kentucky College of Nursing.
Prior to her vision declining, Beth did quite a lot of volunteering.  She helped at God’s Pantry and also at Central Christian Church in Lexington, where she was also a member of the choir for 27 years.  These days she likes to listen to books on tape, mainly historical novels and mysteries.

Listener Spotlight: John Stivers

By: Joel Scott
Fifty-three-year-old John Stivers, has been listening to Radio Eye since 2010.  John lives in Versailles, where he was born.  He also lived in Indiana for 13 years during his twenties and early thirties.  He was born with retinitis pigmentosa, a type of retinal dystrophy caused by defects either in the retinal pigment epithelium or the photoreceptors themselves.
Growing up, John worked on farms around Versailles.  He worked at a furniture store while he was in Indiana, and has also worked for the Woodford County School Board.
John learned about Radio Eye when he began attending alumni functions at Kentucky School for the Blind in Louisville after he returned from Indiana. He likes to listen to the local news and the grocery ads.  Aside from that, he just listens to whatever is on when he happens to be listening.
John also enjoys listening to books on tape, especially those about Kentucky history.  He has recently started a book on the history of Kentucky funeral homes.
About Radio Eye, John says “I think it’s a real good program.”
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Executive Director: Amy Hatter
Studio Manager: Chelsey VanDyke
Assistant Studio Manager: Lucy Stone
Volunteer Engineer: Doug Collins
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