WTBQ to broadcast new program featuring four non-profit groups

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  • Provided photo Four non-profit organizations in Orange County have come together to create a one of a kind radio show on WTBQ every Tuesday morning. From left, representatives Jan Brunkhorst of Beautiful People, Mindy Circelli and Rita Frey of Inspire, Christine Rolando of Literacy Orange and Maureen and Debbie Major of Zylofone.

WARWICK — Four major non-profit organizations in Orange County have come together to create a one of a kind radio show on WTBQ 93.5FM/1110AM every Tuesday at 11 a.m.

"The Non-Profit Notebook" program will showcase a different organization each week.

They will be sharing their resources and events as well as reaching out for volunteers and donors.

"It is a unique way," said Station Manager Taylor Sterling, "for all these incredible organizations to get the word out to Orange County about what is available to all the residents right in their own back yard."

The four non-profits represented are:

• Beautiful People, whose mission is to build bridges between children with disabilities and their families and the broader community of Orange County by providing adaptive sports for children and young adults.

• Inspire, an affiliate of Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State, which provides a wide array of outpatient, educational and support services for individuals of all ages and abilities and for the general public.

• Literacy Orange, an organization dedicated to raising the literacy rate in our community through one-to-one or small group adult tutoring.

• Zylofone, dedicated to creating the ultimate performing arts experience and inspiring educational opportunities for disabled children and adults.

"The Non-Profit Notebook" will be a call-in show so everyone may connect with one or more of the organizations every Tuesday at 11 a.m. You can also stream live at WTBQ.com.

"Get inspired by these beautiful people and discover all the resources that are available to you, your family or friends," said Sterling.

For additional information, contact Sterling at 845-651-1110.

- Roger Gavan

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