"To know that some of these kids are spending Christmas in the hospital," said Paramedic and Advisory Board Member Robert Smith, "and some of those kids their families it's all they do to pay for their medical bills and maybe that cuts into their toy budget. The look on a child's face at christmas time receiving a new toy especially when their in a hospital receiving a new toy is priceless. It's just priceless. It's worth the time and the effort. You just can't beat it."
The radiothon began this morning and will run through Sunday until 6 p.m. It will be broadcasted live from the Wal-Mart on Evansville's east side with additional broadcasts from Henderson Chevrolet.