Lambda Weekly celebrates 30 years
Listeners of 89.3 KNON-FM are invited to the KNON studio on Aug. 24 at 11 a.m. to celebrate Lambda Weekly’s 30th anniversary on the air with a party honoring former Councilwoman Angela Hunt.
Hunt, who served on the Dallas City Council for eight years representing District 14, which includes much of Oak Lawn, will be in the studio discussing her time on the council.
Philip Kingston, who replaced Hunt on the council, will also be in the studio.
Listeners may make on-air comments and ask Hunt and Kingston questions. After the show, lunch will be catered by Thairrific.
The event is a fundraiser for KNON, a noncommercial station that relies on events and listener donations for its funding. A donation of $25 or more is requested to participate.
Lambda Weekly is one of KNON’s few remaining shows that began in August 1983 when the station first signed on the air. Bill Nelson, the show’s original host, left to run for City Council. KNON is at 5353 Maple Ave. Parking and studio entrance are in the back of the building.
For more information, visit KNON.org
Lone Star Ride goes bowling
Supporters of Lone Star Ride Fighting AIDS will meet for the Lone Star Ride Fun Bowl on Aug. 24 at USA Bowl, 10920 Composite Drive. Registration begins at 1 p.m. Bowling starts at 2 p.m.
Pledge forms will be available at registration so friends and family can donate to team members.
The donation to participate is $20 for three games. Each $20 donation will be split with $14 going to the team, rider or crew of the players’ choice with $6 deducted to cover the cost of bowling.
There will be prize opportunities for novice and experienced bowlers. Raffle tickets for a seven-day cruise and Casino Party tickets will also be available.
For more information, visit LoneStarRide.org.
RCD announces 5 Factor honorees
The Resource Center Dallas has selected its honorees for its fifth annual 5 Factor, which will honor five people who have been valuable partners of the center.
The awards are given in five categories. They are commerce: Tony Vedda, president and CEO, North Texas GLBT Chamber of Commerce; culinary: Janice Provost, co-owner & executive chef, Parigi Restaurant; government: Pauline Medrano, former Dallas mayor pro tem; Media: Philip Wier, president, Philip Wier Films & Mantra Communications; and philanthropy: The Dallas Bears, Wayne Davis, president.
The event takes place at 7 for Parties, 150 Turtle Creek Blvd. on Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $50. For more information, go toRCDallas.org.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition August 23, 2013.