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2/24/05

KLLL Kicks Off CMN Radiothon

It's time to dig into your pockets and help raise money for Children's Miracle Network. The CMN Radiothon kicked off on KLLL radio Thursday morning. The radio station will be set up at the South Plains Mall through Saturday to take your donations. You can also bid on items in a silent auction.

Money raised will benefit the children's hospital at University Medical Center. If you would like to call in your donation, dial (806) 770-KIDS.

Be a Miracle Maker donor & enter to win a chance at $25,000!  CLICK HERE

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