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Radio station owners will share at the next CCCNW meeting


Testimony — Dave and Norma Adams will speak on how they have felt called to their work at KLYC

When financial challenges led to the closing of longtime local radio station KLYC in McMinnville, Dave and Norma Adams felt a sense of duty to step in and purchased the station last year.

On March 25, the couple will share why they believe it was God’s will that called them to do it at this month’s Chris­tian Cham­ber of Com­merce of the North­west’s meeting in New­berg.Adams

This meeting will run from 7:30 to 9 a.m., but has been moved from its normal location on the campus of George Fox University to Providence Newberg Medical Center

Dave Adams has been in radio since his senior year in high school in 1978, gathering extensive experience as a disc jockey, news reporter, news director, talk show host and station engineer. He previously worked at Idaho stations KBOI in Boise and KYET in Payette; Oregon stations KSRV in Ontario, KMCQ in The Dalles, KBND in Bend and KGAL/KSHO in Lebanon. He has also worked abroad at Sunny FM in Nelson, New Zealand.

Norma Adams has a background as a church musician and as a legal assistant in various law offices since 1980. Since 2009, she has worked since in estate planning with a McMinnville law firm.

Attending the meeting is free for CCCNW members, $5 for non-members and guests, all of whom must make reservations at www.cccnw.net. For more information, call John Fortmeyer at 503-537-9220, Deborah Tilden at 775-224-0717, the CCCNW at 503-928-8354 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..