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29th annual Radiothon to End Child Abuse set for Dec. 1-2

The Radiothon will be broadcast live from Westgate Mall in Brainerd.

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BRAINERD — The 29th annual Radiothon to End Child Abuse will be Thursday, Dec. 1, through noon, Dec. 2.

The Radiothon will be broadcast live from Westgate Mall in Brainerd.

To make a pledge by phone, call 218-454-1584 or pledge online at tinyurl.com/yck34r8x .

The Radiothon auction has moved to www.32auctions.com/radiothonbrainerd2022 in keeping with COVID-19 protocols and the need to stay safe and socially distant.

Instead of calling the auction line to place a bid, place bids online.

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For questions about the auction, call the auction line at 218-454-1589.

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