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WHCP is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is supported by Membership Donations and Business Sponsorships. We are the only independently owned radio station on the Mid-Shore that provides local content, community news and information, and locally curated music programs! Our Giving Campaign runs until June 1st and we hope you will consider making a tax deductible donation to our efforts. Thank you!

Memorabilia from our 2018 Membership Campaign. Just wait until you see this year's stuff we have for you!

Memorabilia from our 2018 Membership Campaign. Just wait until you see this year’s stuff we have for you!

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We began this notion of creating a low powered little radio station in 2015 and went on the air as 101.5. Since then, it has truly become something with the help and support of our community and members like you! 2023 and 2024 have incredibly transformative years for WHCP, and we have even MORE exciting things coming up! We are looking forward to all of the great things we have ahead in the coming months, and we hope you will be counted on to help keep Member Supported Community Radio going!! Our Spring Fundraising Drive for 2024 runs May 18th through June 1st! Won’t you help us and make a donation today?

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Fancy a scoop or two and a road trip?The Office of Outdoor Recreation has partnered with Maryland's Best to churn up a delicious challenge for families this summer – hiking the Maryland Ice Cream Trail!Now in its 12th year, the state’s official Ice Cream Trail features 12 dairies that produce and serve farm-fresh ice cream. Visitors can win prizes by submitting selfies taken at the various locations, with the chance to win a grand prize if they hit all of them.To encourage families to extend their trip and get outside, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has identified corresponding hiking trails. If you visit all 11 (Moo Cow Creamery is a bonus location), you will be entered to win an annual Maryland State Parks Passport, valued at $75.How to Win:🍦Ice Cream Squishy, weekly drawing, 2 ways to enter- To be entered to win an ice cream cone squishy, visit one of the 12 creameries and check-in online via Instagram or Facebook by posting a picture and tagging Maryland's Best.- For an additional entry in the weekly drawing, visit one of the designated trails, take a photo of your hike, and post it tagging Maryland’s Best (@mdsbestag) and @MarylandDNR🍦$50 Creamery Gift CardVisit every location on the trail, and take a photo at each stop. When you have visited all 11 (Moo Cow Creamery is a bonus location!), email the photos to icecream.trail1@maryland.gov by September 10. You will be entered to win a $50 gift card to a creamery of your choice. The winner will also receive a copy of the children’s book “Tales of the Dairy Godmother: Chuck’s Ice Cream Wish,” and the 2024 Maryland’s Best Ice Cream Champion Trailblazer trophy.🍦Maryland Park Service PassportVisit all 11 trails (since Moo Cow Creamery is a bonus, Gambrill State Park is considered a bonus trail as well), and take a photo at each stop. When you have visited them all, email the photos to icecream.trail1@maryland.gov by September 10. You will be entered to win an annual Maryland Park Service Passport, which grants you entry to all state parks.The hiking trails are listed here: marylandsbest.maryland.gov/24239-2/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Just so you know!Effective Monday, June 3rd, 2024, the Cambridge Library will adopt its Summer Hours:Monday 10am-6pmTuesday 10am-6pmWednesday 10am-6pmThursday 10am-6pmFriday 10am-6pmSaturday 9am-5pmJoin us this summer for lots of events and fun! Check out our Events Calendar at: www.dorchesterlibrary.org/calendar-of-events.There will be no changes to the Hurlock Library's hours at this time. Hours of both branches will be re-evaluated for Fall. ... See MoreSee Less
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This is Amanda, our production and marketing specialist, who edits most Mid-Shore Midday interviews, manages interns, and is involved with many important aspects of 91.7 FM! It’s WHCP’s Spring Membership Drive and we need your help to keep our community radio station going!🤘🏼 Head over to the link below to support our ever-growing schedule of community, news and music discovery! whcp.org/donate-become-a-member-of-whcp-community-radio/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Mid-Shore Midday airs weekdays 12n-1p and is WHCP Radio's guide to the most interesting people, places, and happenings across the Mid-Shore.On today's program: Jim Brady files a report on the sudden disappearance of migrant labor at Chesapeake crab processing plants that has officials scrambling to change the H2B visa program. The Talbot Spy's From & Fuller discuss the possible impact on the 2024 presidential election if former president Donald Trump is found guilty of a felony by a jury in his hush-money trial, now concluding next week in New York. Al and Craig also chatted about Nikki Haley’s announcement that she planned to vote for Trump and provided some insight into why university presidents chose to testify before Congress regarding their handling of student protests on campus. @Sandy Brown chats with Michele Waxman Johnson, director of the Maryland 250 Commission. Karen Cartwright has our community calendar, Jay Harrington brings back a Cambridge memory, Chuck Prahl has the fishing report, and we'll check your weekend weather forecast.If you'd like to be a guest on Mid-Shore Midday, please contact us at info@whcp.org.Listen at 91.7, on our mobile app, your smart speaker, and at www.whcp.org. ... See MoreSee Less
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Good morning! Coming up on 91.7 WHCP Radio with Shane Walker during Morning Edition from NPR:-Mid-Shore news, sports, weather, & community calendar-6:45am - Jim Brady files a report on the sudden disappearance of migrant labor at Chesapeake crab processing plants that has officials scrambling to change the H2B visa program-7:45am - The Talbot Spy's From & Fuller discuss the possible impact on the 2024 presidential election if former president Donald Trump is found guilty of a felony by a jury in his hush-money trial-8:45am - Sandy Brown chats with Michele Waxman Johnson, director of the Maryland 250 CommissionListen on 91.7, our mobile app, your smart speaker, and at www.whcp.orgTo support music discovery and NPR on the Mid-Shore, please donate at www.whcp.org ... See MoreSee Less
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