17th Annual Mt. Washington Radio Food Drive Shatters Record







NORTH CONWAY, NH – The 17th annual Mount Washington Radio Food Drive is one for the record books.

Tuesday the Mount Washington Radio team broadcasted live at the First church of Christ Congregational for 12 hours straight. From 6am till 6pm  Dj’s and staff from 93.5  FM WMWV, Magic 10.45 FM/98.1 FM, and Easy 95.3 FM as they collect frozen turkeys and non-perishable food items to be distributed across the various Mount Washington Valley Food Pantries.

Mount Washington Valley residents have come out in droves to help those in need in the valley with Buzz Coleman donating 70 turkeys, Stan Szetela donating 80, Infinger Insurance donating 100 turkeys, and Joe Downs dropping off a whopping 102 frozen turkeys!

Volunteers collected 731 frozen turkeys smashing the previous record of 545 set in 2016.

Mount Washington Valley residents have also donated $5285 in monetary donations and hundreds of pounds of non-perishable food items. For every 1 dollar donated Vaughan can buy $3 worth of groceries from the NH Food bank.

Magic 104 DJ Gino Devaney interviews Dot Seybold during the food drive.

During the event Dot Seybold, president of the Vaughan board of directors, said that Vaughan is working towards a better future and have started a capital campaign to build an all new food pantry next to the Bavarian Chocolate Haus and renovate the Vaughan Learning Center.

WMWV Morning Show host Roy Prescott interviews Mindy from Chalmers Insurance during the food drive.

The Vaugh Food pantry is still collecting donations so if you would like to donate or would like more information about Vaughan Community Services and their capital campaign visit http://www.firstchurchnc.com/Vaughan/capital-campaign.html