102.3 THE MAX has joined with Kosair Children's Hospital in creating a wonderful Valentine's Day for the children in Kosair Children's Hospital this year with Cupid's Kids. Valentine's Day is a day for the exchange of tokens of affections and what better way to make these children's holiday than to make them sincere homemade or purchased cards that they can cherish.
Many of the children cannot participate with their classmates in the exchange of Valentine's Day cards and would not receive many Valentine's Day cards if not for this wonderful delivery. Many of them can also not spend the day with their family or loved ones as we do and taking the time out to drop off a card for them will allow each child to know that there are so many people that care about them. Cupid's Kids will allow those Kosair children to get wholehearted cards from many local people with hopeful messages on this Valentine's Day.
The Lambert and Lindsey Show will collect the cards and deliver them to the children to Kosair Children's Hospital on Valentine's Day with a live broadcast.
This Valentine's Day help make a child's day by making a homemade card or picking one up, writing a special Valentine's Day message inside, and dropping it off at the radio station or one of the four drop off locations. The last day to drop off a card is Wednesday, February 12th.
Here are the drop off locations:
Rasmussen Chiropractic: 2652 Charlestown Rd.
Genesis Diamonds: 4600 Shelbyville Rd
The Flooring Gallery: 103 S Hurstbourne Ln, 2208 Plantside Drive
Ashley Furniture: 11521 Bluegrass Pkwy and 7375 Jefferson Blvd
The Radio Station: Lambert and Lindsey 520 South 4th St
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