I join my voice with many others in recent months who have urged retention of the worthwhile and important local program, "Pepper and Friends," by organizing supportive events, circulating petitions and contacting Marty Siddall, general manager of KOMU; Brady Deaton, chancellor of MU; and Jacquelyn Jones, vice chancellor of administrative services.
LETTER: Keeping 'Pepper and Friends' would send responsible statement
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