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Highlights from the 2020 Palmer Home Radiothon

The Palmer Home Radiothon is something that we at SuperTalk look forward to every, single year.

Not only do we love what Palmer Home does to help the children of Mississippi, but we love the faith-based organization’s mission to make sure any kid who comes through Palmer Home receives extensive, familial support even after their time with Palmer Home.

While the world we currently live in is the epitome of unprecedented, it was never an option to cancel the 2020 Radiothon as the monetary support that comes from this annual event makes a massive—and the word “massive” cannot be stressed enough—impact on the lives of these amazing children.

The 2020 Radiothon, indeed, did take place yesterday, and it played out beautifully. Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, both Palmer Home and SuperTalk worked together to adapt and thrive.

Below, you can find a condensed list of highlights from the day. Enjoy!

Jeremy Beavers, Palmer Home Campus Care Director 

 

Lauren Strickland, Palmer Home Whole Child Initiative Director  

 

Mike McClelland, Palmer Home Transitional Caregiver  

 

Jimmy and Heather Cavallo, Transitional Houseparents

 

Palmer Home honors JT Williamson 

 

Kejuan Garner, Transitional Care Student 

 

Savannah Mackie-Senn, Transitional Care Student

 

Ryno loses the hair AND beard 

John Cohen, MSU Athletics Director + Richard reluctantly ringing the cowbell 

 

 

Craig Ray, Visit Mississippi Director  

 

Mike Bianco, UM Head Baseball Coach + a ‘Hotty Toddy’ from Hadad

 

Tally board at the end of the day

On a final note, don’t worry if you weren’t able to join us yesterday as there’s still a chance to donate. You can simply go to palmerhome.org/donate or visit our online auction, which will remain open until Sunday, July 26, and bid on an item or two or seven. All proceeds from the auction will be added to the $276,526 raised yesterday. To everyone who has already donated, we appreciate you more than you know!

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