June 2022

Carolyn Bowen Hawley

KPFZ is sad to hear of the recent death of Carolyn Hawley,  long-time Wordweavers  host.

She was born in Indiana, and studied music at Mills College, Berkeley. She moved to Ukiah in 1969, where she was a founder of the Ukiah Symphony Orchestra. Her "biggest" piece is the "Russian River Mass", with orchestra and choir. Her "smallest" and perhaps  most beautiful are her tone poems of birds and animals around her hill-top house in Nice.

In addition her "serious" performances, she played frequently at the Blue Wing Saloon in Upper Lake.  
She was also a skilled artist, and held exhibitions at the Main Street gallery in Lakeport, and in Upper Lake.

I don't have the exact date she started her radio shows on KPFZ, but she covered a wide range of music, including an introduction to  Classical music, and a series of interviews with modern composers.

Alan Fletcher

I plan to host an official remembrance show on October 15

You can read her obituary at 

and a longer version at

LCCR (KPFZ) ZOOM Board Meeting Thursday June 16, 2022 6:15-8:00 pm

Lake County Community Radio, Inc.

Meeting Agenda:  June16, 2022 @ 6:15 pm

  1. Call Meeting To Order & Welcome

  2. Public Comment:  Any item not on the agenda can be presented with a 2-minute allowance.  These items are not for discussion or action.

  3. Minutes

  4. Treasurer’s Report – Roberta Actor

  5. GM Report:  Andy Weiss

    1. Station Operations, General

      1. Equipment Repairs

      2. Equipment Use 

    2. Program Committee Report, Choe Karl

      1. Status of Programs

      2. Training

  6. Underwriter Report: Linda Kelley

  7. IT Report: John Saare

  8. Webb Report – Alan Fletcher

  9. Old Business

    1. Barry Melton Concert, June 5, Ron Green, Final Report

    2. Station Security Project

    3. Station Air Filters Project

  10. New Business

  11. Adjourn to July 21, 2022 Meeting

The minutes of the May 19, 2022 meeting are in the first comment.