Singer-songwriter Neil Young announced plans Monday to launch a high-definition portable music player and download service, saying it will improve the experience of listening to digital music on the go. The Canadian-born musician, a longtime critic of the quality of digital music, said he would be launching an online store for music downloads as well as a portable player through his new company, PonoMusic. "It's about the music, real music," Young said in a statement. "We want to move digital music into the 21st century and PonoMusic does that.
St Jude has sent us patient medical wristbands for the community to sell and raise money for St Jude Children's Research Hospital. The patient wristbands have the name of a child, disease and age on each of them. They come in a variety of colors. We ask that you sell them for a $2 donation.
We invite schools and classes to sell them as a project to help save a child's life through St Jude. The money does not have to be collected before you pick up the wristband; what wristbands are not sold should be brought back to the radio station along with the money raised on or (before) March 10th. If you would like to sale bracelets call 707-442-2000. We will need a contact name, the organization/church/schools name, a contact number, & how many bracelets you would like.
Classroom that sells the most gets a free dj/pizza party (upon school approval)
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