Kal And Lucille Rudman To Donate $10,000 To Haverford High's WHHS
February 13, 2013 at 11:42 AM (PT)
HAVERFORD HIGH SCHOOL's noncommercial student station WHHS/HAVERFORD, PA will receive a $10,000 donation from FRIDAY MORNING QUARTERBACK founder KAL RUDMAN and his wife LUCILLE next WEDNESDAY (2/20) at the station's studio, which will be renamed the KAL AND LUCILLE RUDMAN Studio in their honor.
The donation will help pay for new equipment to help the station, which began in 1949 and is one of the oldest high school stations in AMERICA, upgrade to meet FCC requirements for license renewal.
“I consider a communications teaching program to be the same as any other vocational program,” said RUDMAN. “The ability to start at the high school level, including engineering, programming, and administration has enabled students at HAVERFORD since the late 1940s to have a big edge in obtaining professional careers, both locally and around the U.S.”