Saturday
Jan152011

The Hayden Robinson Story | Mississippi Miracles Radiothon 2010 

Produced by Jim Albritton | Mississippi Miracles Radiothon, sponsored by The Radio People and hosted by DJs from its Jackson stations, US 96.3, Mix 98.7 and Y101, and four of its other stations in Meridian, is one of the largest fundraisers of its kind in the nation. Over three days and 39 hours in March, the Radiothon raises money for the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children—Mississippis only childrens hospital. Since its inception in 2001, the annual event has raised more than $2 million. To make a donation, call 888-681-5437 (KIDS). | To learn more about the Batson Hospital, go to http://childrenshospital.umc.edu.

Saturday
Jan152011

The Brad Arnold Interview | 3 Doors Down | Mississippi Miracles Radiothon 2010 

Produced by Jim Albritton | Mississippian Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down called into the Mississippi Miracles Radiothon and spoke to Y101.7 DJ Nate West about the importance of the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children in Jackson. He toured the hospital and met numerous patients on March 15, 2004. This video contains photos of that visit and video of the radiothon in the lobby of the state's only children's hospital. | To learn more, go to the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children or visit the Batson Hospital on Facebook.

Saturday
Jan152011

University of Alabama Car Tags Benefit Batson Hospital 

Produced by Jim Albritton | Representatives from University of Alabama Alumni Associations in Mississippi presented a $71,808 check to the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children. The check represents proceeds from UA car tags sold in Mississippi. The groups and the University of Alabama worked with the Mississippi legislature to pass a law that allows those proceeds to go directly to the hospital instead of into the state's general fund. The University and its Alumni Associations in Mississippi will present a similar check representing those specialty car tag fees each year to Mississippi's only children's hospital at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. For more information go to http://jacksonbama.com or the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children.

Saturday
Jan152011

2010 Mississippi Champion Named at Hattiesburg Walmart 

Produced by Jim Albritton | Walmart Associates in Hattiesburg turned out in force for the surprise announcement of the 2010 Mississippi Champion, Madison Jaronitzky. A former patient at the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children in Jackson, Madison will represent the hospital and the more than 150,000 kids it treats each year. In a few weeks she will meet with the President at the White House and then travel on to a special celebration with Champions from all 50 states at Walt Disney World. The Champions program is presented by Walmart and Sam's Club. For more information, go to the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children.

Saturday
Jan152011

UMMC Response to Massive Mississippi Tornado | Mississippi Med-Com 

Produced by Jim Albritton | A massive and deadly tornado devastated Yazoo City and ripped across Mississippi on Saturday, April 24, 2010. This video focuses on the University of Mississippi Medical Center's role in transporting, treating and coordinating patient care during the crisis through Mississippi Med-Com. By the time the crisis had ended, Med-Com coordinated the transportation of 61 patients from storm-damaged counties to hospitals in Jackson, Memphis and Tupelo. Thirty-eight of those were sent to UMC by ambulance, helicopter and converted school buses. This video--produced on the day of the storm--mentions the 27 patients who had arrived at UMMC by 11 p.m.

Saturday
Jan152011

Historic Jackson cathedral gets high-rise repair 

Produced by Jim Albritton | The 180-foot steeple at the Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle in downtown Jackson, Mississippi is being refurbished more than a hundred years after it was constructed. This Catholic cathedral in Mississippi's capital city celebrated its 110th anniversary on May 23, 2010.

Saturday
Jan152011

Walk and Roll Benefits Neuroscience Research in Mississippi 

Produced by Jim Albritton | More than 400 people turned out for the Wilson Research Foundation's inaugural Walk and Roll fundraiser for neuroscience research at Methodist Rehabilitation Center. The event, which raised more than $30,000, was held at the Jackson hospital's east campus in Flowood, Mississippi. For more information, go to Wilson Foundation.

 

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