Upcoming CKNX Health Care Heroes Radiothon




Twelve local hospital Foundations and CKNX will host the 20th annual CKNX Health Care Heroes Radiothon on Saturday, October 16, 2021. The Radiothon will be broadcast in its entirety on CKNX AM 920 and intermittently on 101.7 The One and Cool 94.5.  Listeners will be asked to phone in and make a donation to any one of the Hospital Foundations participating in the event.

  

LMHF Radiothon project is a replacement 'Mammography Machine'.  Project Goal is $75,000  

  

The LMHF has received over $1.2 million dollars in donations in the last 14 Radiothons!  Thank you for supporting your local Hospital!

       

  








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