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ALBANY,  GA (WALB) –Children's Miracle Network is an international non-profit organization dedicated to helping kids. They focus on raising money for research and awareness. 

"It's important to call in because you never know when your child, neighbor, or grandchild might be a beneficiary of what we offer at Phoebe," said CMN Director Donna Lynn Goodpasture.

Radio station B-100 is hosting the two-day radiothon.

The CMN network holds fundraising events year round. One hundred percent of everything raised goes toward kids in South Georgia.

Counseling was open and free to all teens effected by loss.                                                

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