Rotarians take over the airwaves

Some of those groups include the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and Clinton Community College for scholarships; Beartown Ski Area; Hill and Hollow Music; Literacy Volunteers of Clinton County; North Country Mission of Hope; and the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts as well as many other worthwhile causes including helping out third-world countries.

Ten percent of what Rotarians raise will go to the radio station for allowing Rotarians use of the station and airtime.

"They still run their normal programming but what they do is cut back on the amount of music that they play and just have fun and read ads on air," said Frederick.

The April 8 event will be held from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., with three different Rotarians going on-air every hour.

For more information about Rotary Radio Day, visit www.plattsburghrotary.org.

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