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With much love, I am proud of the Angelman Syndrome Foundation. If you can help them, and families with this condition, please consider donating to them at They are on Charity Navigator, and have done a phenomenal job over the years, on the awareness and research side.

Friday, August 5, 2011

Winc 92.5 FM Steps Up Angelman Syndrome Awareness

Radio stations play valuable parts in our community, whether they provide news coverage, or music to keep us from going nuclear while sitting in bumper to bumper traffic. One of these is Winc 92.5 FM, which I listen to frequently, due to their mix of various genres, and the fact that they have a great signal in Washington D.C. Yet, they are based out of the Shenandoah Valley, which makes that even more impressive, but they were lucky enough to get a tower at such an altitude that it guarantees a bit of a bounce with a cup of coffee each morning. Their "Facebook Friday" contests are fun as well, as every time that is on the calendar, they have hour giveaways to fun places for families to enjoy. These are usually local attractions, which are more important than ever, with gas prices being what they are, and budgets being tight.

This past week, Robert Allen, their program director was kind enough to allow me to explain Angelman Syndrome, Tommy's life, and the Angelman Syndrome Foundation with his listeners. He is a good man, and a lot of fun, and I'm appreciative that he was able to do this over the phone instead of having my truck guzzle my wallet even more than it already does. This interview was my second one on the radio, and while it is still a genre that I am not completely comfortable with, Robert put me at ease. Thank you to Winc 92.5 FM and to Robert, for understanding their importance to the community that listens to their station. Here is the interview, and its with extreme gratitude, that this event was able to take place.

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