Ana Kelly in Afternoons

Ana Kelly in Afternoons
2:00pm - 7:00pm

Ana is a lot like you. She enjoys sharing stories that are uplifting and bring joy. She is proud of her father, uncle and husband who have all served in the military. She loves baking cookies and banana bread with her daughters Lucy and Kennedy or snuggling with them on the couch watching a good movie. She is very active and enjoys snowboarding and walking the family pug, Geno around Green Lake. She also loves football, especially when the Cougs win!

As a Pacific Northwest native, Ana Kelly has worked over 18 years in a variety of radio formats including news, talk radio, rock and adult contemporary. With all this experience behind her, Ana is excited to share her afternoons with you.

Ana feels blessed to be a part of the SPIRIT family. She says that it is a dream come true to be able to share her heart and love for Christ with the listeners of KCMS.

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  • Ana Kelly
    Ana is a lot like you. She enjoys sharing stories that are uplifting and bring joy. Learn more about SPIRIT afternoons' DJ, Ana Kelly!
 

Ana Kelly's Latest Blogs

  • Finding Hope In Dark Times

    “The ones who bring great joy often know great pain.” -Jamie Tworkowski, Founder of the non-profit To Write Love On Her Arms Read More
  • Class of 2027

    When I saw this sign at my daughter’s kindergarten graduation last week I was in shock! I had to do the math real quick thinking maybe the teachers got it wrong. Nope, Kennedy will be graduating high school in 2027! Wow! My life began flash before me. Before I know it Read More
  • "S" is for HOPE

    S = HOPE Growing up I loved watching the superman TV shows and movies. I’ll be honest, it didn’t hurt that Christopher Reeve was so handsome. But after all these years I was quite shocked to found out the “S” on his chest didn’t actually stand for Superman. In the new movie “Man of Steel” Superman reveals that where he comes from the ”S” stands for Read More
  • Verse of the Day - 09-18-2014

    2 Peter 3:9 “The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.” Read More
  • What's Your Story?

    “That’s it!” Debbie exclaimed as I told her the title of the song she had heard at just the right time the other morning. “I’m gonna go find those lyrics right now!” Read More

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