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- 02/08 Remembering Nicolai Gedda, 91, Versatile Tenor Whose Career Spanned Fifty Years
- 02/02 An introduction to Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
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WCPE About Us: Planned Giving
Saturday, November 5th
Dearest Friend of WCPE Radio and The Classical Station,
I want to thank you for your generous support of WCPE and ask you to consider something special, which can have a lasting effect for years to come.
It is Autumn, and days are growing shorter. The leaves are changing colors, and dropping from the trees. So now is the time to look back over the years and ponder the accomplishments in our lives. Similarly, a time will come when we will looking back over all we have done.
If you're thinking of how you might be able to leave a Planned Gift to Great Classical Music to keep the spirit of this music alive forever on WCPE, TheClassicalStation, here is some information. So today, why not consider leaving a Legacy Gift, for the younger generation across the Nation. Your bequest will ensure that we will be able to continue the tradition of broadcasting this everlasting music, in your memory, across Our Nation.
Leaving a legacy that lives on can be one of the most rewarding things we accomplish in later life. Whether a legacy is the result of helping to ensure that assets pass easily to heirs, endowing worthy causes, or both, it's important to have a plan that fully and effectively accomplishes these directives. Why not talk to your tax or estate planner and ask how you can achieve your wishes?
Thank You Very Much!
Deborah S. Proctor
PS: If you would like more information about leaving a planned gift to WCPE Radio TheClassicalStation please return this letter and just write your name and contact information on the blank back side of this letter and we'll get back to you -- and Thank You very much!