WBNH Welcomes Janine Fairchild to Middays

For several months now, WBNH has had a desire to add a female voice to the broadcast team. They had put this to prayer, desiring to locate someone with Christian broadcasting experience, looking for part-time work, hopefully a resident of the Peoria, IL area. A few weeks ago, God answered their prayers!

WBNH received a call from Janine Fairchild, who was looking for other opportunities in the Lord’s ministry, wanting to follow His will and wondering if there would be any possibilities here. The WBNH team got together and determined it would be a great fit, as Janine brings 15 years of Christian broadcasting experience with her, along with a teaching background and experience in writing and promotions! She debuted her new weekday program called Midday Worship on WBNH on Monday, December 7, at 12:00pm.

Along with her announcing duties, Janine will be a regular part of the team at concerts, festivals, parades, and more once this coronavirus allows it! WBNH is very thankful as they say “Welcome, Janine!”

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January – Your 2021 Radio Goals – Virtual Event
March – Radio Station Field Trip
April – A Webinar for YOUR Board
May – Virtual Mentoring Event
June – SURPRISE BENEFIT at Momentum
July – Salary Survey Webinar
August – Fundraising Webinar
September – Creative Images
October – Techsurvey Webinar
November – Radio Station Field Trip
December – Virtual Christmas Party

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