BIG105 is going ALL request on Friday. Make your request and donate to the Canadian Red Cross in relief of Fort McMurray. $20 will get you a song from the BIG105 librairy. If it’s a song we don’t normally play, it will cost you more. Metallica? Tom Jones? Conway Twitty? Mozart?! If you pay, we’ll play!
Call (403) 34 – 60 – 105 to make your request.
To make a donation, you can give us your credit card via telephone, drop off a cheque/cash at 2840 Bremner Avenue Red Deer, or go online to the BIG105 page at www.redcross.ca/supportthefort
THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATION!!!
Do you know a special teacher that deserves a BIG pat on the back? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us why. We’ll award 1 teacher our monthly honours and they’ll win coffee, flowers and a pizza party for their class! The BIG105 Teacher of the Month – sponsored by Grower Direct Fresh Cut Flowers and Pizza 73.
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