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2014 Fall Membership Campaign:
Premiums and extra gifts (while they last)

Office/Message: (505) 863-7626
Fax: (505) 863-7633
Studio: (505) 863-7625


To contact us:

Anyone who contributes is welcome to come by KGLP to pick up such items as a bumper sticker, KGLP soda cozy, lanyard, bumper sticker, or mini-flying disc while supplies last. There may also be new CDs by Bob Marley and other artists.  For $30 you can pick up some Gallup-grown Prickly Pear Jelly.

 A $200 donation qualifies any member for a day sponsorship - this is your personal message that KGLP would record, a formal "shout out" on a special day of your choosing, with a script that we would work with you to mark a special occasion. For example: "Chris and Ian Lopez congratulate their child, Taylor, on her first year at SIPI, and want their friends and neighbors to know how proud they are! Please join us in celebrating her academic career.  For more details, our friends may contact us at their leisure." - this sort of message would air a minimum of 10 times during that day.  You might even focus on a shout-out for a non-profit organization, public service, or event.


We have three Robert Van Brott landscapes for the first donors of $300 or more claiming such - these are stretched canvas, approximately 12" x 24", unframed.  You may choose one of either Robert's or Be Sargent's landscapes, the latter, framed 9" x 12" landscapes, with a donation of $300 or more while supplies last (claim or reserve your painting when donating by check, credit card, cash, etc.  You can see the paintings at - Be's works were framed by Robert Encinio, for pick up at KGLP.)  Pledges will not be sufficient to guarantee the reservation of a painting...we cannot hold paintings with a pledge.  Call 505-863-7626 with a credit card to reserve your painting (or donate online with PayPal, including a note indicating what paintings you are interested in.)


Anyone donating $50 or more may request the audio book, "Who Killed Emmett Till", while supplies last. Susan Klopfer moved to the Mississippi Delta in 2003 as the Emmett Till cold case was re-opened by the FBI. Living at Parchman Penitentiary due to her husband's employment, a notorious compound with a fascinating history, she had the opportunity to take a fresh look at this civil rights ground-breaking event and to meet some of the people who still had the story fresh in their hearts and minds. This audio book came out of Susan's research. You can listen to Rachel Kaub's interview with Susan Klopfer about this blog and audio book at