March 04, 2013
This year’s Mix 106.5 Radiothon raised nearly $872,000 for Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. The 24th annual marathon took place Feb. 28-March 1 and was broadcast live from the lobby of the Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children’s Center building at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Learn more
Patients, families, pediatric faculty and staff stopped by the lobby to chat with Mix 106.5 deejays Maria Dennis, Reagan Warfield and Jon Boesche'. They shared stories of survival, heartbreak and hope -- stories that described some of the medical treatments that push the boundaries of modern medicine and science and redefine the practice of pediatrics.
Meet some of our children featured on Radiothon 2013.
This year’s marathon broadcast marked the centennial year of Hopkins Children’s Center, which opened on Nov. 21, 2012. Its 100th anniversary will be celebrated throughout 2013.
Over the last 24 years, the annual Mix 106.5 Radiothon has raised nearly $16 million for Hopkins Children’s Center.
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Photo above: WJZ TV meteorologist Bernadette Woods, her husband and their twins stopped by Feb. 28 to see the Mix 106.5 deejays (l-r, Reagan Warfield, Maria Dennis and Joe Boesche') and tell their story.