CFBX, the campus-community radio station at Thompson Rivers University, held its annual record sale on Sunday, Oct. 28, at Sahali Mall and the result was a record fundraiser, said station general manager Brant Zwicker. About $2,100 was raised, beating the previous record of about $1,800. Zwicker said the new, off-campus location likely helped draw more people, including, above, Ryan Cliff (left), Amy Bruneau and Paul Antonelli, who checked out some of the classic vinyl recordings on sale. The money raised will go toward operational costs of running the station, which Zwicker said really means repairing or replacing any equipment that breaks down, which happens often. Transmitters and pencils — no problem. It’s all the other stuff that keeps us going that keeps breaking down,” Zwicker said.