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Radiothon this Friday

By Snowy Hydro SouthCare 19 July 2011 5

Tune into Mix 106.3 this Friday morning (6am – 9am).  Canberra’s NEW morning presenters (Pete & Biggsy) will be running a radiothon in support of Snowy Hydro SouthCare.

The radiothon will urge the Canberra community to dig deep and raise funds for new equipment for the Snowy Hydro SouthCare flight and medical crew.

The equipment includes new cold weather gear for the missions where crew spend hours out in the elements, and flight helmets for new crew members.

The 2011 Mix 106.3 Radiothon hopes to raise over $40,000 for Snowy Hydro SouthCare.

You can make a pledge on the morning of the radiothon (Friday) or visit www.snowyhydrosouthcare.com.au to make a donation online today!

PLEASE NOTE: If making a donation online, please reference “Radiothon” in the feedback field.

Your donation will assist your local rescue helicopter crew in saving lives in the ACT and Southern NSW.

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p1 1:51 pm 19 Jul 11

I think you spelt Radiation wrong.

gospeedygo 1:50 pm 19 Jul 11

Jebus, you couldn’t even pay may ME to listen to that station.

dpm 12:14 pm 19 Jul 11

Out of interest, what happens to an online donation if ‘radiothon’ is not mentioned?

luther_bendross 12:08 pm 19 Jul 11

Whilst I don’t want to detract from the cause, is not a normal radio show around 3 hours long?

random 11:53 am 19 Jul 11

Bah, the word is a portmanteau of “radio” and “marathon”: 24+ hours is common. 3 hours is more like a radiojog.

(But a worthy cause nonetheless.)

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