Dunning wins a GNATTY for exceptional volunteerism

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SUNDERLAND — At Greater Northshire Access Television's annual Volunteer Appreciation event, the 2016 "GNATTY" Award for exceptional service was awarded to Manchester resident, Steve Dunning.

Dunning is a volunteer producer who has hosted and produced four TV series since starting in 2012. "Mono," his most recent program, began filming in March 2015 and has 91 episodes to date. Dunning's work airs on GNAT and has been picked up by several other access stations in New England.

GNAT's Executive Director, Tammie Reilly said "Steve is kind, generous and thoughtful. Whatever I have asked of Steve, the answer is always 'yes and how can I help.' He is committed to his work and to helping GNAT succeed. We are lucky to have him as part of the GNAT family."

Mono airs on Thursdays and Sundays at 11 p.m. on Channel 15 in Manchester and surrounding towns and Channel 8 in Stratton, Weston, and Londonderry. Mono and all other local programs can also be viewed online at www.gnat-tv.org.

GNAT is one of 25 community media centers broadcasting public, education, and government content created by the community. GNAT serves the Southern Vermont towns of Arlington, Dorset, Manchester, Peru, Sunderland & Winhall (Channels 15, 16, 17); Londonderry & Weston (Channel 8, Channel 10); Stratton (Channels 8, 10, 18). Programs may also be viewed online at www.gnat.tv. For more information or to get involved at GNAT-TV, call 802-362-7070 or go to www.gnat-tv.org.

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