Doretta Royer 315 464-4833
Ted and Amy will host 12-hour 93Q Radiothon to benefit Children’s Miracle Network Aug. 11
93Q radio personalities Ted Long and Amy Robbins will present a 12-hour Radiothon to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) of the CNY Children’s Health Fund. The Radiothon will take place Friday, Aug. 11, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the James Street studios of 93Q and in the pediatric units at University Hospital.
Throughout the Radiothon, 93Q listeners will hear how CMN dollars benefit the children from the children themselves who have been saved from life-threatening disorders. The newest advances in pediatric research and clinical care also will be spotlighted as well as the doctors, nurses and health care professionals who provide care to these children. Contributions to the Children’s Miracle Network may be made during the Radiothon.
Well known in the community, Ted and Amy have hosted numerous charity events. They recently joined WIXT NewsChannel 9 personalities in hosting the Children’s Miracle Network Champions Broadcast.
All money raised through CMN directly benefits the children who receive their medical care at University and Crouse hospitals. The CMN campaign culminates each year in the presentation of the Children’s Miracle Network Champions Broadcast.
For more information about the Radiothon or the Children’s Miracle Network, contact the CMN Office at Upstate Medical University at (315) 464-4416.
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