If you missed the Governor's visit to Huntley, and want the complete play by play of the interchange groundbreaking ceremony, then can help you out.
And soon, you can have some of your own broadcasts on the radio station.
The new community radio station is replaying the entire 35-minute interchange ceremony in full through tonight.
You can hear the unedited version, which features Gov. Pat Quinn, Village President Chuck Sass, and representatives from the Illinois Tollway, IDOT, Kane and McHenry Counties, state government, the union working on the project and local businesses.
The ceremony is being played continuously until this evening, Huntley Radio Executive Director Allen Pollack said.
To listen you can go to huntleyradio.com.
If you want to get your own broadcasts on the new radio station, you may want to head to a special class hosted by the radio station from 7 to 10 p.m. tonight.
The radio station is hosting a formal broadcasters training class at the Deicke Park park district building's social hall, 11419 Route 47, Huntley.
All potential broadcasters, including program hosts, announcers, voiceover specialists, and program producers and encouraged to attend, Pollack said.
If you are interested in attending but have not registered for the class, send your name and phone number to Dorothy Litwin at Dorothy.Litwin@huntleyradio.org.
All class materials will be provided. Attendees should bring a pen or pencil along with their interest and enthusiasm.
Although it is a plus, no prior broadcasting experience is necessary. If you are you interested but not able to attend, the class will be repeated on a periodic basis.