Rik Mikals has had a remarkable journey in the world of radio broadcasting and community engagement over a 30-year span. Rik's voice has been heard on radio stations across Idaho, Montana, California, and Washington State. Rik has made Tri-Cities his home since 2007 and has served on the board of Pet Over Population Prevention, advocated for domestic abuse awareness through the YWCA, and highlighted the challenges faced by foster kids. Rik, a former foster child himself, remains a strong advocate for systemic reform in the foster care system. Rik Mikals is widely known for his never-ending knowledge of pop culture.
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