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Dec. 19, 2019, 10:25 AM

Andrew Whitaker, a patient at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, holds the check for the 15th annual River of Hope Radiothon. The Children’s Miracle Network Hospital event raised $136,552 for the hospital. Shown in Seacrest Studio, from left, are Robyn Fomusa, promotions director, Kerri Arnold, Miss Tennessee, Champ, Jonathan Shuford, program director, and Savannah Grimm, on-air host.
(photo by Cayce Long)

Andrew Whitaker, a patient at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt, holds the check for the 15th annual River of Hope Radiothon. The Children’s Miracle Network Hospital event raised $136,552 for the hospital. Shown in Seacrest Studio, from left, are Robyn Fomusa, promotions director, Kerri Arnold, Miss Tennessee, Champ, Jonathan Shuford, program director, and Savannah Grimm, on-air host.

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