Enjoying Markathon?

Have you selected a song to play on the air? (You can do so right here).

But did you know there's also an auction where you can bid on a bunch of great items where the money received from it will help the Center for Grieving Children?

There are so many cool items to get from concert tickets to signed copies of music to gift cards to local businesses.

You might even notice you can bid on a chance to be a WCYY DJ for a day? How cool would that be?

There are big-ticket items and smaller ones, so there's something for everyone. Make sure you take a look. Maybe you'll find the perfect holiday gift right here.

And remember, you can tune in to hear Mark all week long as well as the wild selection of songs on 103.7 from Lewiston/Auburn all the way to the White Mountains and beyond in New Hampshire, on 95.9 in Augusta, on 94.3 in Portland and southern Maine, online, our app and even Alexa or your Google Home.

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Markathon has raised over $600,000 to date, and we can't wait to bring in even more for a good cause.

The Center for Grieving Children provides peer support, outreach and education to 4,000+ families annually, and their services are free for as long as needed and whenever needed.

It's support, love and care all through the power of radio and community. Let's go, Markathon!

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