St. Jude Radiothon is Tomorrow!

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You can save children’s lives tomorrow on 103.3 The Country Extreme

St. Jude - Carol of the Bells - Video

St. Jude - Carol of the Bells - Video

Marquette, MichiganThe WFXD Extreme Country / SIR Credit Union St. Jude Children’s Hospitals 2012 Radiothon is tomorrow (Friday, May 11th) from 6am to 6pm on 103.3 The Country Extreme and will be streamed live at WFXD.com.

You’ve been hearing so much about the Radiothon on 103.3 The Country Extreme. It’s an extremely important event that we hold annually at the radio station. We encourage you to get involved, listen in, and and become a Partner In Hope–for only $20 a month you can help save children’s lives.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is located in Memphis, Tennessee. They’re celebrating 50 years this year in “Finding Cures and Saving Children”. Because of your generosity and donations the survival rates for childhood diseases and cancers is now at 80%. Let’s take that number up to 100%.  Danny Thomas, the founder of  St. Jude Hospital said that “No child should ever die in the dawn of life”.

Listen in on Friday and become involved with the radiothon. All day Friday you’ll be hearing from the families and the patients themselves in addition to the music you hear on 103.3 The Country Extreme. I encourage you to become a Partner In Hope on Friday during the WFXD Extreme Country / SIR Credit Union St. Jude Children’s Hospitals 2012 Radio on Friday from 6am to 6pm on 103.3 The Country Extreme. Hope to hear from YOU!

-Eric Scott

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