Bring it on! WJFF Radio Catskill is seeking donations of records, CD’s, musical instruments, stereo equipment and more for WJFF’s 20th Annual Music Sale to be held Saturday, November 24, 11am-3pm at the White Sulphur Springs Fire Hall. Admission to the sale will be $3.
WJFF General Manager Dan Rigney says: “This is the WJFF event I have been looking forward to the most since I came on board last December. As a vinyl collector myself, it really touches me that our listeners are willing to part with their treasures to support this amazing radio station. We have already received a few collections, including from our beloved Gandalf, who retired from on-air broadcasting late last year. We invite listeners to add their collections to the mix for what promises to be WJFF’s greatest Music Sale to date.”
Donors can be dropped off at WJFF’s Jeffersonville Studios, or email the station at firstname.lastname@example.org to make pickup/dropoff arrangements for larger collections. WJFF will happily accept LPs, CD’s, 45’s, 78’s and even cassettes releases (but not mixtapes). Sheet music, musical instruments, stereo equipment, and other music making equipment are also welcome.
WJFF does not accept videotapes, DVD’s, computers & peripherals, printers, scanners or copiers, fax machines, telephones, answering machines or books.
Rigney says, “We would also love music related businesses to consider donating items for a silent auction. It is great to have some really special items to help boost WJFF’s bottom line, while promoting their local businesses.” WJFF is grateful to all our Music Sale donors and volunteers for their efforts as well as to former WJFF staffer John Bachman who has made the sale his own personal crusade of support for this community radio station.