NCVO radio telethon

The National Council of Voluntary Organizations will have $128,170 for community programs if all donors deliver on pledges made during the 34th annual radio/telethon Saturday night. The Pink Ladies made the single largest contribution – $30,000. NCVO chief executive officer Janice Wilson thanked everyone who took part in the event at Prospect Playhouse, including technicians who broadcast proceedings over Radio Cayman and Cayman 27. Outstanding pledges can be brought to NCVO offices at Richard Arch Children’s Center on Anthony Drive or mailed to P.O. Box 1140, KY1-1102. 
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Pink Ladies Noelle Kelly, right, and Pamela Webster present a check for $30,000 to Janice Wilson (at the podium), observed by Paul Kennedy and Mona Lisa Tatum. – Photos: Carol Winker

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Andrel Harris does 50 push-ups for a caller’s $100 pledge.

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Mona Lisa Tatum and Kevin Morales give away spot prizes.

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Barrie, Teri and Chuck Quappe bring beautiful harmony.

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Gone Country opened the evening’s entertainment. – Photo: Carol Winker Nov 2013
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