Calling all local bands, singers, and songwriters.

Are you in a local band, singer, or songwriter? If so, we need you!

If you weren’t aware, Amarillo’s Country 97.9 KGNCFM is your hometown St. Jude radio station. Each year we have a two day radio-thon where we ask our loyal listeners to help save lives at St. Jude Children’s research hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. I had the opportunity to go to St. Jude back in January and it was truly a life changing experience. This was the first time I have had the privilege of visiting St. Jude, and I certainly hope it’s not the last.

In addition to our yearly radio-thon, we’re constantly trying to find new ways to educate the public about the wonderful things St. Jude does for local families in the Texas, Panhandle. One of the biggest reasons we hear folks not helping out is that they don’t believe their dollars do anything locally. To set the record strait, there are children living in Amarillo and the Texas Panhandle who are alive today because of St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.

So here’s what we’re going to do:

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St. Jude Fun-Raiser

October 15, 2016 — 11am-5pm —   at Sam Houston Park

Mission: To raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Activities:

*Criss Cross Obstacle Course:

$5 individual and teams of 5 or more $20 and up

(Individual or team event where they go through 5 different obstacles as fast as they can. They will start at the hula hoop chain, #2 is corn hole toss, #3 is ‘The Shake’ where they shake ping pong balls out of a tissue box attached to their back side, #4 is the football toss, #5 is Cris Cross collision course.)

*Kiddie Corner:

(Face painting, Kiddie Karaoke, Rubber Ducky Pool, stick horse races, and kids will win little prizes.)

*Adult Karaoke

*Live Music

*Food Trucks

For more information please contact:

Lani Clark (KGNC FM) at 806-355-9801 Ext. 546 email- lani.clark@kgnc.com or

Kate Bradley (KXGL The Eagle) at 806-351-2345 email- kate.bradley@1009theeagle.com

*Bands, singers, and songwriters will not be compensated for their time. However, heavy exposure on 97.9 KGNCFM and 100.9 The Eagle will be available.

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