Q102/Cincinnati Holds First 'Jingle Ball'
December 11, 2009 at 12:40 PM (PT)
BONNEVILLE HOT AC WKRQ (Q102)/CINCINNATI raised $5,000 to benefit LIGHTHOUSE YOUTH SERVICES with its first "Jingle Ball" concert last nightat the TAFT THEATRE in CINCINNATI as well as fundraising by SETON HIGH SCHOOL in conjunction with the event.
"AMERICAN IDOL" alumnus JASON CASTRO (shose appearance at SETON HIGH SCHOOL raised $3,575), INGRID MICHAELSON, BARENAKED LADIES, and the ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS appeared at the show. "We were thrilled to work with these artists to support LIGHTHOUSE YOUTH SERVICES," said Q102 PD PATTI MARSHALL. "In addition to having a great show, it was especially fitting during this holiday season that $1 from every ticket went directly to LIGHTHOUSE to aid its mission of serving children, youth and families in need."