WVNU celebrates 25 years on the air in Greenfield


The Highland County Chamber of Commerce joined WVNU onMay 1 in celebrating 25 years on the air with a ribbon cutting. The ceremony was held at the radio station on Jefferson Street in Greenfield and a reception with cookies from Batter Up Bakery of Leesburg. Pat Hays saw the need for a local radio station that could entertain as well as keep the area communities informed on local sports, news, and events. The station’s first broadcast aired May 1, 1994. Proclamations were presented by Bryn Stepp with Governor Mike DeWine’s office, Ryan Holiday with Auditor of State Keith Faber’s office, the Highland County Commissioners, and Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin.

The Highland County Chamber of Commerce joined WVNU onMay 1 in celebrating 25 years on the air with a ribbon cutting. The ceremony was held at the radio station on Jefferson Street in Greenfield and a reception with cookies from Batter Up Bakery of Leesburg. Pat Hays saw the need for a local radio station that could entertain as well as keep the area communities informed on local sports, news, and events. The station’s first broadcast aired May 1, 1994. Proclamations were presented by Bryn Stepp with Governor Mike DeWine’s office, Ryan Holiday with Auditor of State Keith Faber’s office, the Highland County Commissioners, and Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin.


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The Highland County Chamber of Commerce joined WVNU onMay 1 in celebrating 25 years on the air with a ribbon cutting. The ceremony was held at the radio station on Jefferson Street in Greenfield and a reception with cookies from Batter Up Bakery of Leesburg. Pat Hays saw the need for a local radio station that could entertain as well as keep the area communities informed on local sports, news, and events. The station’s first broadcast aired May 1, 1994. Proclamations were presented by Bryn Stepp with Governor Mike DeWine’s office, Ryan Holiday with Auditor of State Keith Faber’s office, the Highland County Commissioners, and Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin.

The Highland County Chamber of Commerce joined WVNU onMay 1 in celebrating 25 years on the air with a ribbon cutting. The ceremony was held at the radio station on Jefferson Street in Greenfield and a reception with cookies from Batter Up Bakery of Leesburg. Pat Hays saw the need for a local radio station that could entertain as well as keep the area communities informed on local sports, news, and events. The station’s first broadcast aired May 1, 1994. Proclamations were presented by Bryn Stepp with Governor Mike DeWine’s office, Ryan Holiday with Auditor of State Keith Faber’s office, the Highland County Commissioners, and Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2019/05/web1_WVNU-ribbon-cutting.jpgThe Highland County Chamber of Commerce joined WVNU onMay 1 in celebrating 25 years on the air with a ribbon cutting. The ceremony was held at the radio station on Jefferson Street in Greenfield and a reception with cookies from Batter Up Bakery of Leesburg. Pat Hays saw the need for a local radio station that could entertain as well as keep the area communities informed on local sports, news, and events. The station’s first broadcast aired May 1, 1994. Proclamations were presented by Bryn Stepp with Governor Mike DeWine’s office, Ryan Holiday with Auditor of State Keith Faber’s office, the Highland County Commissioners, and Greenfield City Manager Todd Wilkin. Submitted photo