Mary Lou Retton Asks for Support for CMN - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/30/07

Mary Lou Retton Asks for Support for CMN

The Children's Miracle Network Telethon begins this Saturday. Olympic gold medalist Mary Lou Retton is asking for your support.

"This weekend tune into your station, KCBD. We are so excited. We have a big celebration on your station," Retton said.

Retton is helping raise awareness for the telethon. She says you can show your support buy purchasing paper CMN balloons at any Lubbock Wal-Mart. Those proceeds will go to the CMN hospital here at UMC.

Then, join Karin McCay and Abner Euresti for this year's CMN broadcast starting Saturday, on NewsChannel 11. That's when we'll be taking your donations over the phone or you can donate online by clicking here.

Children's Miracle Network - Lubbock Site
Learn more about how CMN helps children on the South Plains and the Children's Hospital at UMC.

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