Listen Live on  

95.5 The Mountain

We Play Everything in Phoenix!

Week of October 28th

Posted October 27th, 2013 @ 9:59pm

1) Show Your Stripes: Hiring Campaign for Vets

Looking for a dedicated employee who’s highly trained? Are you a vet looking for a job? Our station is leading the I-Heart-Radio “Show Your Stripes” movement to support hiring vets. Visit, a website that connects veterans with employers and helps local businesses find candidates with the best training. Hire Smart. Hire Vets. 

2) Veterans’ Medical Leadership Council: Heroes Luncheon

Buy your tickets now for the Veterans’ Medical Leadership Council’s annual Heroes Patriotic Luncheon on November 8th and honor our military heroes who have sacrificed to make our country great. To purchase tickets, go to!page4/cfvg.

3) Arizona Animal Welfare League: Walk to Save Animals

It’s food, fun and Fido! The Walk to Save Animals on November 9th is a family and dog friendly event that raises funds to support the State’s largest no-kill shelter. For more info, check out

4) City of Chandler: Chuck Wagon Cook-Off - November 8 – 10

Get an up-close look at Western history at the free Chandler Chuck Wagon Cook-Off, a culinary event that supports educational outreach opportunities in the Valley. To learn more, check out

5) Operation American Patriot: Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Game

Cheer on our vets at the Wounded Warrior amputee softball game on November 9th. Proceeds benefit Operation American Patriot’s programs, which support Valley veterans. Details are at

6) Colon Cancer Alliance: Undy 5000

The Colon Cancer Alliance invites you to throw on your most outrageous underwear for the Undy 5000 on November 16th. Support the fight against the 2nd deadliest cancer in America. More info is at

7) Salvation Army: Forgotten Angel Toy Drive with the Boston Pops

Kick off your holiday season on November 16th with the Boston Pops at their special concert to benefit the Salvation Army’s Forgotten Angel Toy Drive. Bring a new, unwrapped toy to make Christmas brighter for needy kids in the Valley. Details are at

Recommended Stories