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June 5, 2005

Albany- The Children's Miracle Network Celebration Broadcast raises a substantial amount of money for South Georgia's sick children.

Money generated from the two day broadcast will go to purchase equipment for Phoebe's neonatal and pediatric units as well as the emergency center.

This year the hospital raised a grand total of $233,973 for the Children's Miracle Network at Phoebe.

"We raised significantly more than we have in previous years. It's just been outstanding that the community called in and made pledges and it's been a great year," said Nancy Barclay, Director Children's Miracle Network Phoebe.

Radio station B-100 held a week long drive to help raise money for the organization.

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