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November 15th

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With Community Connections host, Wendy Pires, you are sure to have a good time.

 

Imagine being a parent of a child(ren) and having little to no means to provide them with Christmas gifts. Already faced with the dilemma of what bills need to be paid first, their children see them struggle and know that there is a low chance for a present under the tree. You can help change that..

 

Our Holiday for Kids Radiothon will focus on holiday gifts for kids not eligible for other resources. Please give, and spread the magic of the holidays to children and teens.

 

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Get in the holiday spirit early!

 

Guest hosts, good deeds, client stories, program news and holiday cheer with favorite Christmas songs!

We will also feature local artists, including Beth Killian and Spencer Soucy.

Make a donation of $10 or more and we'll announce your name on the radio and play your song request!

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