Exhausted Hamilton broadcaster signs off

News Jul 30, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Radiothon raises more than 1,500 pounds of food for N2N Centre

A tired looking and sounding Mike Nabuurs signed off the air on CKOC radio just before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, wrapping up a 50 hour broadcast marathon to raise food for Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

“It was a great 50 hours,” said Neighbours who also did the broadcast to celebrate his 50th birthday.

The radiothon raised 1,521 pounds of food and $740 in cash and cheques.

Mark Rymond, manager of food services at the west Mountain centre, said the radiothon raised an enormous amount of food for their food bank but given the demand it’s expected to last only about a week.

Upwards of 1,200 families each month use the food bank.

Exhausted Hamilton broadcaster signs off

News Jul 30, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Radiothon raises more than 1,500 pounds of food for N2N Centre

A tired looking and sounding Mike Nabuurs signed off the air on CKOC radio just before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, wrapping up a 50 hour broadcast marathon to raise food for Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

“It was a great 50 hours,” said Neighbours who also did the broadcast to celebrate his 50th birthday.

The radiothon raised 1,521 pounds of food and $740 in cash and cheques.

Mark Rymond, manager of food services at the west Mountain centre, said the radiothon raised an enormous amount of food for their food bank but given the demand it’s expected to last only about a week.

Upwards of 1,200 families each month use the food bank.

Exhausted Hamilton broadcaster signs off

News Jul 30, 2014 Hamilton Mountain News

Radiothon raises more than 1,500 pounds of food for N2N Centre

A tired looking and sounding Mike Nabuurs signed off the air on CKOC radio just before 2 p.m. on Tuesday, wrapping up a 50 hour broadcast marathon to raise food for Neighbour to Neighbour Centre.

“It was a great 50 hours,” said Neighbours who also did the broadcast to celebrate his 50th birthday.

The radiothon raised 1,521 pounds of food and $740 in cash and cheques.

Mark Rymond, manager of food services at the west Mountain centre, said the radiothon raised an enormous amount of food for their food bank but given the demand it’s expected to last only about a week.

Upwards of 1,200 families each month use the food bank.