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This coming weekend (April 11-13), VIC Radio and 91.7 FM WICB will be hosting our 28th Annual 50 Hour Marathon!  This year’s beneficiary is the Veterans Sanctuary of Tompkins County. Tune in and Donate!

 

 

 

 

 

This coming weekend (April11-13) , VIC Radio and 91.7 FM WICB will be hosting our 28th Annual 50 Hour Marathon!  This year’s beneficiary is the Veterans Sanctuary of Tompkins County, an organization that hosts peer-based programs in order to help recent veterans transition from combat to civilian life.  These programs include the Ithaca Warrior Writers group, a community farm, and their Combat Paper printmaking shop, where veterans create works of art out of their old uniforms.  

 

 

 

Four VICers will be staying up for 50 hours this year. The DJs are junior Jess “Stoop Kid” Lubas and sophomore Joe “DJ JC” Calinda. Our Street Teamers are seniors David “Gada Dave” Sperling and Patrick “Hazy” Hayes. You can join them at our scavenger hunt this Friday and other events that are TBA.

 

 

If you would like to donate, we have a Fundly page!

If you have any questions, you can e-mail our community involvement director, Shannon Anthony at community@vicradio.org!


Photos by Tucker Mitchell

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Kirsten Wise at kwise1@ithaca.edu. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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