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KLXK/KROO celebrates new location, Lance Kitchens with reception

KLXK/KROO celebrates new location, Lance Kitchens with reception
May 14
09:20 2019

KLXK and KROO radio stations in Breckenridge celebrated two events last week — Lance Kitchens’ induction into the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame and the radio stations’ new location — with a recognition reception and ribbon cutting ceremony.

Over the past year, the radio station, which is owned by Terry and Kay Slavens’ For the Love of the Game Broadcasting, LLC, which also owns radio stations in Eastland, Ranger and Graham, has moved into the new location at 107 E. Dyer St., installed new signs and organized the new studio.

KLXK-FM 93.5 broadcasts the Breckenridge High School Buckaroo sporting events, which are announced by Kitchens, aka “The Voice of the Buckaroos.” Earlier this month, Kitchens received the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame’s Lifetime Achievement for Media award at a banquet in Abilene. For more information on that event, click here to read the Breckenridge Texan article.

At the KLXK/KROO event on Wednesday, Kitchens, his family and radio co-workers greeted guests who stopped by for the reception.

Lance “The Voice of the Buckaroos” Kitchens and his wife, Sharon, left, joined Kay and Terry Slavens, owners of the Breckenridge radio stations, at a reception honoring Kitchens’ induction into the Big Country Athletic Hall of Fame. (Photo by Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan)

Cutline, top photo: The Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce and guests joined owners Kay and Terry Slavens and the staff of KLXK/KROO for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the radio stations’ new location. (Photo by Carla McKeown/Breckenridge Texan)

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