PAWLING, N.Y. -- Students from the Trinity-Pawling School visited Pawling's public radio station recently to spin a few tunes and talk music, according to a tweet from the station's Twitter feed .
The students, part of the Pawling school's Record Club, ventured to the station, which broadcasts on 103.7 FM radio under the call letters WPWL . The station is less than 10 years old and aims to serve the local residents. According to its website, it features more than a dozen radio programs and many segments on rotation.
Trinity-Pawling is a school of more than 300 boys in grades seven-12. It offers 100 academic courses and 18 advanced placement courses.