It was another incredible day for our annual Request-A-Thon for Special Olympics Maine yesterday (10-28-2021).

As usual, our amazing listeners and local businesses came through for the cause in a very big way.

The day kicked off with our first request coming in just after 6 AM, and from then on it was an absolute race to get to all the calls for the day.

It wasn't just listeners that helped us reach our lofty goals, either. We couldn't have pulled this off without the incredible support and donations from our sponsor, Graham Behavioral Services.

In addition, we probably took more than 10 calls alone from Jean Gallant's team at ESM totaling more than $6,000.

When the day came to a close and Lizzy tallied up all the donations, we were so excited to see that we had raised more than $10,000!! And of course when we say 'we', we really mean YOU. We just play the songs, you're the ones forking over the cash.

On behalf of all of us here and the thousands of Special Olympians state-wide (that range from 2-94 years old!) THANK YOU for everything you did yesterday. It's just another example of why Central Maine has the best people on the planet.

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