Can you believe it's time for the annual 92 Moose Request-A-Thon already?! We're super-excited to be bringing this longtime event back again all for the benefit of our wonderful friends at Special Olympics Maine.


The other day, someone asked us just how many years we have been doing this event and, to be honest, I couldn't come up with an accurate answer. I even asked my dad (Jon James) who was the OG Request-a-Thon host with Mac and Renee, and he couldn't remember either.


Now it shouldn't come as a surprise that neither of us could remember because I don't even know where my keys are right now, but that's beside the point. The point is that this event has been happening on the Central Maine airwaves for WELL over 20 years.


That's multiple decades of taking a day out of each spring to hand the controls of our 50,000 WATT giant over to YOU- the listeners. You can call in and, for a minimum donation of $25 bucks (or more!) we will play any song you want, as long as we don't have to edit it and can easily find it.


Raising money for an incredible organization like Special Olympics Maine is so rewarding, but even more than that are the oppurtunities we have had to welcome Special Olympics athletes into our studio during the event.


They are the sweetest, kindest and most pure souls we've ever shared the microphones with and Lizzy and I can not wait to do it again this year! Listen all day from 6a-6p on Thursday, June 6th, and help us raise as much money as possible for Special Olympics Maine!

All you have to do is give us a call at 626-9200 or 547-9200 and request any (radio appropriate) song you want, all for a (minimum) donation of $25 bucks.

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