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WDAM Viewpoint- Red Cross Tornado recovery Telethon

Hopefully, you've already heard that WDAM and the Red Cross have partnered to host a telethon benefiting the four counties affected by the February 10th tornado.  Forrest, Lamar, Marion and Wayne counties all suffered severe storm damage.  Build This City: Red Cross Tornado Relief Telethon will begin Tuesday, February 26th at 5 a.m. during News 7 Sunrise on both WDAM ABC and WDAM NBC with donation updates at the top of each hour.  The telethon will continue through all regular newscasts until 7 P.M. with special guest performances and interviews in every show.  The Red Cross will be capable of taking donations over the phone or via text.  There won't be a better opportunity to help our communities rebuild with your donations to the Red Cross.  Don't forget…Build This City: Red Cross Tornado Relief Telethon exclusively on WDAM NBC and ABC this coming Tuesday.  We will have a phone bank set up here in the newsroom and we urge you to give to help your neighbors who were affected by this massive tornado.  The Red Cross and Seven On Your Side helping the people of the Pine Belt. 

I'm Jim Cameron…asking you to give. 

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