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Wayne Groen of the Belleville Police Service talks Pedal for Hope!

Listen to Officer Groen and the Mix 97 Morning Crew discuss Pedal for Hope Quinte here:

Police officers, along with emergency service personnel, play a leadership role in organizing the Canadian Cancer Society Cops for Cancer events by involving communities across Ontario in fundraising and cancer awareness activities. The events range from head shaves in public places to participating in bike rides such as Pedal for Hope to organizing various school-based fundraising activities.

For more information visit the Pedal for Hope Quinte Facebook page.

 

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Charlene Inch joins the show to talk about 993 Bra’s on the Wall!

Charlene Inch from 993 Bra’s on the Wall joined the Mix 97 Morning Crew to discuss the cancer fundraiser, listen here:

Details:

999 Bra’s On The Wall is a fundraiser for the Canadian Cancer Council (thru Relay for Life). At the County Canteen, our family and our Canteen Family have been affected by cancer. Most of us have. In our experience, breast cancer is the main offender.

In light of this, we are wanting to collect as many bra’s as possible and hang them on the construction fence on the 15th of May from 1130am. We are asking that you donate your bra’s for this cause, drop them off at The County Canteen over the next 4 weeks and come out on the 15th May to see this artistic display.

We will have friends of the Canteen asking for either a donation per bra (just remember we are aiming for over 999 bra’s!) or a single, one off donation to contribute towards this awesome cause.

If you would like to help collect money for this, contact Nat. Donations will be happily accepted at The County Canteen. Drop your bra’s & drop in for a pint! You can also drop bras off at La Maison D’ Eva in Belleville.

For more information click here.

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Kyle Woolven joins the show to talk about Happiness at School!

Kyle Woolven is a comic teaching students how to write comedy at St.Michaels Catholic School and he joined the Mix 97 Morning Crew to discuss the Happiness at School campaign.

The school is putting on a comedy show from 1-2 today and all of the performers are Grade 7/8 students. The comedy course is 8 weeks long!

Listen here for more details:

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Prince’s Toronto Mansion up for sale – Look INSIDE

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CATWALK FOR CHANGE – This SATURDAY

13102864_995128480522560_3520461059779907531_nWheelchair of Hope Foundation is pleased to announce our Second Annual Fashion Show Gala to be held at the National Air Force Museum of Canada on Saturday, April 30th, 2016.

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Teresa Bell receives Medal of Courage

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At age 34, shortly after the birth of her third child Tanner, Teresa Bell was diagnosed with what is regarded by oncologists as a rare and dangerous cancer, known as liposarcoma.  Her son Tanner is now 13 years old and his mother has battled cancer for as long as he has been alive.

With an unstoppable spirit and will to live, she has faced over TEN separate reoccurrences with this cancer. She has endured aggressive and intrusive cancer treatments in various forms – chemotherapy, radiation, surgeries, clinical trials and more scans, needles and tests than you could ever imagine.

Thirteen years is an exceptionally long time to be a cancer warrior, especially when your cancer is rare, reoccurs,  responds to few treatment options and to date, cannot be cured.

Yet, what truly astounds me is not how much Teresa has been through, but rather how positive, how tenacious and how truly inspiring she has remained throughout this journey with cancer – not only to other cancer patients, but to everyday healthy folks as well. (Teresa in green with husband Mike)

Teresa is the embodiment of courage and grace. She is a wife, a mother of three, a daughter and a new grandma now.  She is also a Rotarian – and dedicated to international service, Teresa has made a number of trips to Haiti to help families in need.

She is an award winning business owner, a farmer, and a dedicated Canadian Cancer Society volunteer.   Teresa garnered national attention when she became a national spokesperson for the Society and was featured on Global, CBC and CTV national news  as well as completing interviews with the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail, to discuss living with sarcoma cancer.

She is the founder of the Sarcoma Step N Fetch – a sarcoma awareness walk and fundraiser for the Society – celebrating the lives of those with sarcoma cancer. Teresa is also the founder of the Fight Back Crew – a supportive community for young adults living with cancer. Her own personal story has been shared internationally through the American Liddy Shriver Sarcoma foundation and on her blog – Fierce Grace, living life with sarcoma cancer.

The Medal of Courage is the highest honour awarded by The Canadian Cancer Society and it is a national award presented to a Canadian Cancer Society volunteer who has demonstrated exceptional courage in their personal battle with cancer or as a caregiver and in doing so, the individual serves as an inspiration and role model to others. Please join me in congratulating Teresa Bell as together this afternoon we award her the 2016 National Medal of Courage award.
This year – there were two people awarded this honour – Teresa Bell of Hastings-Prince Edward County  and John Hunt from Oxford County in Ontario.

Sean Kelly and Orlena Cain speak with Teresa Bell on Mix97 this morning LISTEN HERE

 

 

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Bruce Springsteen pays tribute to Prince

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The Trenton Golden Hawks win the 2016 Buckland Cup!

Last night the Trenton Golden Hawks finished off the Georgetown Raiders at home with a 2-1 victory to win the OJHL championship series 4-1.

Our sister station CJBQ had all the action live. Tim Durkin and Brock Tufts called the game at the Duncan McDonald Memorial Gardens. There were over 1,200 people in attendance.

Listen to the dramatic dying seconds of the game and the on-ice celebrations here:

 

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The 2016 OJHL champion Trenton Golden Hawks take a photo with the Buckland Cup. (Brock Tufts/CJBQ)

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The Huntsman: Winter’s War

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BURN MORE CALORIES WHILE YOU WORK

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