Union Gospel Mission was founded in 1927, when 40 area churches came together seeking to minister to the homeless on the streets of Portland.

Union Gospel Mission is dedicated to “Feeding the hungry, restoring the addict, and loving our neighbor.” 101.9 KINK Program Director, Chris Mays commented on the event, “It’s such a privilege to work at a radio station with such passionate and caring listeners.

So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.

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” Radio scripts for the blind and visually impaired DJs are enlarged or read through a device called a refreshable braille note-taker.

“It just seemed to be such a natural place for these kids to literally find their voice,” Grousbeck said.

According to blogger Robert Feder, Ferguson said he’d been putting off the procedure for years.

“It’s just gotten to a point from a comfort level that I want to get it done and get it over with,” he told me Feder.

He told me his son Campbell speaks more clearly since becoming a DJ.

And the 21 year-old senior isn’t just listening to music passively anymore. "I’ve been very into radio ever since I was a little girl,” Carolyn Harrington said.

In June, 2013, Morin received the prestigious Will Rogers Humanitarian Award.

Morin is available for radio, TV, print and Internet interviews.

We are honored to be a part of bringing hope to thousands of people in the Portland community this holiday season by providing meals for the hungry.” KINK is owned and operated by Alpha Broadcasting, along with 98.7 The Bull, 750 The Game, Live 95.5, FM NEWS 101 KXL and Freedom 970.

Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, Alpha Broadcasting is the only locally owned radio group in the Portland metro area, reaching more than one million listeners a week with six stations covering rock, country, pop, news, talk and sports.

“Campbell was born blind, like many kids at Perkins actually,” Grousbeck said.