DJs raise money for Kadlec

By the Herald staffOctober 24, 2013 

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Jaxon, left, interviews Dr. Anthony Hadeed, center, director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, on Thursday as his morning show co-host Focker, right, from Eagle 106.5 adjusts the levels during the Kadlec 4 Kids-A-Thon in Richland. They were joining Kim Taylor (not pictured), morning show co-host for 94.9 The Wolf, which is broadcasting the 36-hour fundraiser until 6 p.m. on Friday. The morning shows on 106.5 and Power 99.1 will also be live from Kadlec on Friday. As of 11 a.m. on Thursday, more than $7,500 had been donated. It's the sixth year of the pledge drive and more than $360,000 has been raised to date. Money raised will support pediatric care at Kadlec.

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Tri-City radio station DJs interview Dr. Anthony Hadeed, center, director of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, on Thursday during the Kadlec 4 Kids-A-Thon in Richland. They were joining Kim Taylor (not pictured), morning show co-host for 94.9 The Wolf, which is broadcasting the 36-hour fundraiser until 6 p.m. Friday. The morning shows on 106.5 and Power 99.1 also will be live from Kadlec on Friday. More than $21,300 had been donated so far. It's the sixth year of the pledge drive to support pediatric care at Kadlec.

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