Freezing for Food returns

Michaels will freeze until last year's total is surpassed

(Published Nov. 16, 2006, 9:38 a.m.)

WSLD 104.5 morning personality Reggie Michaels will once again be camping out for three nights, starting Nov. 30, in front of Kunes Country Auto Group on Highway 50 in Delavan.

Michaels will freeze until his collections surpass last year's total of 27,000 pounds of non-perishable food. The food items collected are given to food pantries and churches in Rock, Jefferson, Walworth and Waukesha counties.

"We are hopeful that, with the help of the community, we can surpass the goal of 30,000 pounds this year," Michaels said in a news release. "I'm looking forward to working with Kunes Country Auto Group, our good friends at Generac and all of our generous listeners that help make our Freezing For Food campaigns a great success."

If your church or food pantry would like to receive a portion of collected items, please contact Nora Karbash at 104.5 WSLD during normal business hours at (608) 883-6677.



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