Markathon returns once again for the first weekend of December.

Mark Curdo will be spending six days in the studio from December 4 through December 9 playing the good, bad, and really bad requests, all while taking donations for a good cause.

Those donations will go to The Center for Grieving Children, and Markathon has raised well over $650,000 since its inception.

Donate and make your song request by clicking here.

Of course, once again, there will be special guests, incredible stories, and more. We've said it before, but we'll say it again: It's the best week in radio in Maine.

Here's What You Need to Know:

  • Markathon is from December 4-9, 2023
  • Listeners can request any music they want to hear for a donation to The Center for Grieving Children. That means you could request anything from the likes of Foo Fighters to Britney Spears to an entire Nickelback album (for the right price, of course).
  • You can also participate by checking out the Markathon auction and bidding on one of the many items up for grabs.
  • You can listen to 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 or on 94.3 in Portland and southern Maine, online, our app, and even Alexa or your Google Home.
  • Special guests will appear on the air all through the week. Mark will even have volunteers from the Center for Grieving Children, as well as personal stories from individuals and families who have used the center's services.
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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 15!

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