A Special Request

Once in awhile a story comes across our stations that we cannot ignore and feel the need to promote to our audience.  Here is one of those instances where a local family really needs YOUR HELP!  Read this message from JESSIE..."Not sure what your policy is on fundraising, but I’m desperate. My 2 year old was recently diagnosed with cancer (T Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma). We’re inpatient in Buffalo for chemo for at least a month. This follows my husband’s cancer diagnosis earlier in the fall. He gets IV treatments 5 days a week in jamestown, and drives back and forth despite his overwhelming fatigue. We are both out of work due to the situation. Our family is helping to care for our 5 year old daughter, despite my mom being treated for breast cancer currently as well. Its a complete nightmare. A gofundme page has been set up, I don’t know if it could be shared? Or I am open to any fundraising options if someone in the community wanted to help. Thank you for considering this request!" WANT TO HELP?  VISIT THE GO FUND ME PAGE - HERE!


Ongoing Public Service Announcements

Freedom from active addiction happens in Narcotics Anonymous meetings.  It IS possible to stop using drugs. Call Narcotics Anonymous - we can help.  Call the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Narcotics Anonymous Helpline at 716-240-5983.


Treatment Court Signature Approved!  Christian Recovery Group.  Come learn of Amazing Grace.  Addressing Addictions and Brokenness.  Wednesdasy's from 7-8pm. FREE childcare available.  130 McDaniel Avenue in Jamestown. Coffee, water and healthy snacks provided. 


The Jamestown Board of Public Utilities (BPU) Solid Waste Division reminds customers to dispose of “sharps” in a safe manner for the public and for BPU Solid Waste employees. Sharps may be disposed of safely in puncture resistant, leak-proof materials such as plastic milk or soda bottles.
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