For a 2,000-watt community radio station with a modest budget, WORT has always managed to punch above its weight, thanks to the tireless efforts of its more than 300 volunteers. All of the programming you hear is produced, engineered and aired by folks who do it for free. The value of all the hours donated to the station runs in the millions of dollars — more than double the station’s cash budget. Coordinating all that volunteer dedication into meaningful directions, however, is a full-time job unto itself. For over twenty years, that job was performed capably by Glenn Mitroff. Upon Glenn’s well-earned retirement earlier this year, WORT cast about to find someone to fill Glenn’s large shoes. We found our answer in Adrienne Ranney, who was appointed WORT’s Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator at the beginning of May.