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Kans for Kids Radiothon deemed a success

Alyvia Mingenback stops by the 2nd Annual Kans for Kids Radiothon to donate $35.53 in change to help Barton County children living with cancer. The radiothon was held April 20.

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A recent radiothon for Kans for Kids Fighting Center Foundation Inc. has netted over $39,000, a record for the non-profit organization’s 18-year history, directors Duane and Debbie Reif, Hoisington, report.
The 2012 Kans for Kids Radiothon with Eagle Radio was held April 20, with Kans for Kids’ 12-member board of directors at the station accepting pledges, and live-remote broadcasts streaming from four of the locations around Barton County where Kans for Kids can receptacles are located.
“The generosity of all those who donated both cash and cans is absolutely overwhelming,” Debbie Reif said. “When we think about the ...

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