North Webster group’s efforts garners attention from radio network
SPRINGHILL — The WHO [Women Helping Others] of North Webster have made quite a name for themselves in the past four years, and now their Christian efforts have caught the attention of K-LOVE – a Contemporary Christian radio station network that, along with its counterpart Air1, can be heard on more than 800 stations across all 50 states.
Becky Hansen of K-LOVE, traveled down from Anchorage Alaska after hearing about the WHO from her local CCV [community connection volunteer], Amandia Sinclair.
Hansen interviewed the WHO’s President, Casey Warford, and touched on topics ranging from her own personal story, that led to the formation of the group, to their most recent group projects.
“We have a variety of women in our group. We’re busy women who want to set an example for our children and future generations,” said Warford during the interview. “And with the help of our community, we’ve managed to raise over $300,000.00 to help people in need.”
Hansen plans to run the interview on-air by mid March. Until then, to find more information on the WHO of North Webster just visit their Facebook page or send an email to email@example.com.