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By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -A three day radiothon on B-100 is underway in Albany to raise money for CMN.

They provide equipment to help the thousands of pediatric patients at Phoebe Putney hospital each year from more than two dozen counties across South Georgia.

"Every dollar that we raise stays right here to help the children at Phoebe. We don't turn any children away regardless of their ability to pay," said Dona Lyn Goodpasture of the Children's Miracle Network.

"It just makes me excited that people in our community want to support the hospital and the children in our community," said Jewell Farr of Phoebe Pediatrics.

You can listen in to the radiothon from 6 AM to 6 PM Tuesday and Wednesday on B100 and call in to contribute.


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