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UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • JUNE 2020 • Pg 19 GOOD NEWS! 93.7 The Bull Raises Nearly


$26,000 for Sonoma County 4-H From Justin Fray • justin@thebull937.com


Sonoma County, CA. ~ Redwood Empire Stereo- casters’ New Country 93.7 The Bull KBBL-FM teamed with Sonoma County 4-H to host the ChickenQue Radiothon on May 1st, 2020. The 59th An- nual Sonoma County 4-H ChickenQue was set for Sunday May 3rd at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, but was cancelled because of the current pandemic. The annual ChickenQue is the lone fundraiser for Sonoma County 4-H and has raised nearly $100,000 over the last five years for projects, programs, and speakers for over 800 youths in the county.


Morning Show Host


Justin Fray hosted the first ChickenQue Radiothon from 9am-12pm with over 15 interviews of local lead- ers, 4-H ambassadors, and youth All Stars. The three hour fundraiser cov-


There are


moments, above all on June evenings, when the lakes that hold our moons are sucked into the earth, and nothing is left but wine and the touch of a hand. Charles Morgan


ered many topics including how children grow, learn, and take on leadership roles through 4-H. Listen- ers were encourage to buy “virtual tickets” at TheBull937. com or donate an amount of their liking. In- centives and prizes like an autographed Billy Curring- ton guitar, hats,


t-shirts, and gift cards were awarded throughout the Radiothon. “You exceeded our expectations and took our vision and ran with it,” said Heidi Darling of the ChickenQue Committee in an e-mail following the Radio- thon. “Your support means so much to our next gen- eration of farmers that need to be educated and mentored as they grow up -- it is a priceless life les- son and makes great lead- ers for our future. Giving urban and rural families


the opportunity to eat and breathe country is beyond priceless,” Darling added in her note to the radio sta- tion.


The annual BBQ fund-


raiser is a time hon- ored tradition in Sonoma County, with 59 years of history. Not only was it a place to eat, but a place for the local community to gather and admire all the hard work Sonoma County 4-Hers had put in through- out the year. 100% of prof- its raised through “virtual ticket” sales and dona- tions will stay in Sonoma County.


Thanks to our Chick- enQue sponsors: Lunardi Elec- tric, Community First Credit Union, Na- tional Elec- trical Con-


tractors Association, Western Farm Cen- ter, Willowside Meats,


Hogan Land Services, KW Electric, Johnston/Thomas Law Firm, Mikki Moves – Karen Colabianchi, and Organic Valley.


A butler recieved a call from his mother asking him to come home over the weekend. The butler went to his boss and asked for a day off. The man of the house said “We are very busy this weekend and I can’t give you a day off” The butler replied “Thanks, I knew I could count on you.”


JOKES & Humor # 6


Kevin Muadlin, an unknown person and Paul Doyle take a moment to enjoy a recent issue of Upbeat.


It is better to be a young June bug than an old bird of paradise.~ Mark Twain UPBEAT TIMES, INC. • JUNE 2020 • Pg 19


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