FREDERICK, Md., April 17, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The 9th annual Relay for Life Radiothon, presented by Frederick
The Radiothon encompassed live on-air broadcasts of WWEG and WAFY radio from the James M. Stockman Cancer Institute in Frederick, MD and the Radiothon 5K held in Baker Park, Frederick. During the Radiothon event held at the cancer center, local businesses provided direct support through Power Hours. The Power Hour supporters included:
Dan Hozhabri at Keller Williams Real Estate Ruppert Properties On the Town Limousines Buffalo Wild Wings The Berkheimer Group at Morgan Stanley Tyler-Donegan-Duncan Real Estate Services Bella Trattoria Orange Theory Fitness Frederick Foot and Ankle YMCA of Frederick County FABNET Laurel Pools Fredericktown Yamaha and Triumph Owls Club Sharrett Volkswagen, Subaru, Mazda, Buick, GMC Frederick Keys Appalachian Tree Services Inc Frederick Dermatology Associates Complete Care Solutions Starvin Marvin Chimney Sweeps of Sherwood Forest FRHS Rehabilitation Services TLC Bridal Boutique Larry Van Sant at Sandler Training Liotta Dermatology Frederick Magazine MDDC Weddings
On Saturday April 7, over 350 runners were registered to participate in the Radiothon 5K. Businesses that provided additional during the run:
Common Market Co-Op Massage Envy Urbana Weis Markets
In the nine years of the Relay for Life Radiothon, $260,684 have been raised to support the local chapter of the American Cancer Society in this region. The local group provides support to individuals and their families who are battling cancer.
For more information on Manning Media, Inc. go to http://www.manningmediainc.com; for Frederick Regional Health System go to http://www.fmh.org and for more information on the American Cancer Society go to http://www.cancer.org.
SOURCE Frederick Regional Health System
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