BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Brent Rhodes - President

Katie High - Vice President

Darren Goehner - Secretary

Nikki Moser - Treasurer

Corey Sangster

Lane Etheridge

Eric Granstrom

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Eric is the Program and Sports Director for NCWLIFE Channel television in Wenatchee, where he anchors sports on the evening newscast as well as provide play-by-play calls of local high school, college and racing sports coverage.  Eric lives in East Wenatchee with his wife, Marion, who’s smiling face you’ll see at many Toy Drive events.  Eric has a daughter, Gracie, who lives in Enumclaw and Marion has two sons, Trent (Arizona) and Taylor (Everett).  Eric and Marion spend much of their free time in the Great Outdoors camping, fishing and hunting.  Eric also writes articles and produces videos for FishingMagician.com working alongside Dave Graybill.  Eric has been in broadcasting 31-years, mostly on radio (KPQ, KIRO, KOMO) and has worked with the Seahawks producing its radio network broadcasts for 18-years.  Eric’s volunteered for various community projects dating clear back to high school when he organized a high school food basketball program during Thanksgiving.  He’s volunteered his services to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Mule Deer Foundation, Wenatchee Sportsman’s Association, Lions Club and Washington State Apple Blossom Festival.  You’ll also see Eric emceeing the Opening Ceremonies of the Washington Special Olympics Winter Games each year.  Eric was a high school football official for 9-seasons and is the former president of the Washington State Sports Commissions Association.  Eric has chosen the Wenatchee Valley as his permanent home because of its beautiful surroundings, access to outdoor recreation and its people.  “I’ve never seen a place where its people support each other like we have here in North Central Washington.  I’m constantly amazed at how people give and do for others.  That makes it easy to call this place home.”

Darren was born and raised in the Wenatchee Valley. He attended school at Spokane Falls and Central Washington University where he graduated with a degree in Business Administration with a specialization in Marketing. Darren married his wife Janna in 1991 and they have two children, Karlee and Kassidi. Darren is a Financial Advisor for DA Davidson & Co. He currently serves on the Les Schwab Community Toy Drive Board. Darren also serves as the Co-chair for the Washington State Apple Blossom Auction.

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