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Hubbard’s KRWM-FM Collects 36,000 Teddy Bears

Topic: Vaccine Education
Posted on 4/15/2020

Hubbard’s KRWM-FM Seattle collected more than 36,000 teddy bears during its 31st annual Teddy Bear Patrol program, which ran from March 1 through mid-April. Teddy bears are donated to local first responders, EMTs and police officers, as well as organizations focusing on children and families, including foster programs, shelters, hospitals, counselors, and schools.

“This year’s Teddy Bear Patrol may be the most memorable. WARM 106.9 listeners and Bartell’s patrons came together during a unique national crisis and gave their time and resources to bring joy to others,” said Brand and Content Manager Ron Harrell.

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