Topic: Children’s Issues
Posted on 1/21/2020
Hubbard-owned KSTP-FM Minneapolis held on December 13 its 21st annual “KS95 for Kids” radiothon and raised $774,000 to benefit Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare and Children’s Cancer Research Fund.
On-air personalities Crisco, Dez, and Ryan hosted the 12-hour event, which included a performance by an 8,500-person choir at the Mall of America. The money supports local kids with chronic illness and childhood cancer.
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