Kenna Crampton

Membership Director, Volunteer & Events Coordinator

Kenna has been a DJ on KDNK for 9 years. She grew up at KDNK as her mom Flash has been a DJ since 1983. She is happy to transition into Membership Director while keeping her show alternating with her mom Fridays 10-12 and her new Public Affairs show Chemical World, every second Monday of the month 4:30pm. Kenna is adding Volunteer and Events Coordinator to her title, and looks forward to continuing her relationship with the community she grew up in!

Lyzzi Borkenhagan

This month on Chemical World, hosts interview Cath Adams and Patty Grace about their work with people in recovery here in The Roaring Fork Valley, the purple flags throughout RFV in honor of loved ones lost to overdose from 2017-2019 and their stories that lead them to this important work. Thank you to Cath Adams and Patty Grace for sharing their powerful stories and for doing this difficult work. 

Chemical World: How to Identify an Overdose

Aug 31, 2020
Lyzzi Borkenhagan

In honor of International Overdose Awareness Day, Chemical World hosts describe how to identify an overdose. To learn more about overdose awareness you can visit Garfield County Libraries Facebook or YouTube page to see a full presentation done by Maggie Seldeen from August 17th.

Chemical World: The Science of Addiction

Aug 24, 2020
Lyzzi Borkenhagan

  In honor of Overdose Awareness Month Chemical World wanted to celebrate by giving the community two extra episodes! On this extra episode of Chemical World hosts discuss the science of addiction, how drugs and our bodies affect each other. Stay tuned for another extra episode on August 31st, How to Identify an Overdose. Have a safe Overdose Awareness Month everyone!

Lyzzi Borkenhagan

In this episode of Chemical World hosts give an introdution to "harm reduction," what it is and how it helps the community. 

Lyzzi Borkenhagan

In this fact-heavy episode of Chemical World, hosts give a background of drugs and how they have been used for political gain and to start wars. Hosts also draw lines connecting drug laws to continued systemic racism and injustice in the United States and around the world.