I know a humans we have this habit of buying clothing and rarely wearing it. It looked good on the hangar, it just doesn't fit right, or it doesn't fit anymore. Do you have any of this kind of clothing in your home? If you do, did you know that you can donate it to the Veteran's Resource Center? You can and it's easy to do.
As we all know, the Balderas family has suffered a great loss. The wonderful people of Amarillo and across the country are coming together to help. If you are wanting to help as well, there are tons of ways to do so.
Let's face it, we are quickly moving into the holiday season. Halloween is next week and then Thanksgiving and then Christmas. It's that time of year to start thinking about the holidays and how we can help make the holidays special for everyone. It is mind boggling how many families in the Amarillo area that go without Christmas. No family should go without Christmas. That's why we have wond
Summer is a fun time for everyone. However, during the Summer temperatures rise and it gets hot. If you are out in the elements you get dehydrated and excessive heat can be deadly. That's why the Salvation Army is asking for your help. They have currently kicked of a bottled water drive this Summer to help the homeless here in Amarillo.
When it comes to winter, everybody should have a nice warm coat. Everyone should have clothes to put on that are warm and that fit. The Wesley Community Center is asking for your help in collecting coats and clothes.
Today is Friday the 13th! Not only that, it is also The Great Turkey Drop. Today is the day we collect turkeys for the High Plains Food Bank. Here the the top 5 reasons you should donate a turkey today.
Halloween is just around the corner and that means costumes! We know that it can be difficult to buy costumes for your kids so Mix 94.1 is teaming up with our sister station Kiss FM for the 4th Annual Costumes For Kids.
The fire that hit the Fritch area has devastated the area. With all the people who have lost everything, all we can think of is trying to help. We may not be able to give them their homes back, we can do our very best to try to help them with the things we all need.
As I pulled up to the school this morning to drop E. off my heart sank as I looked at the storm clouds and heard the thunder and the lightening. I just wanted to run after him, grab him and go home and cuddle. Because, some of the parents of Moore didn't realize that yesterday would be the last time they were able to hug their babies and tel them that they loved them.