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Donations Large and Small

A Limerick, Maine concrete firm donated 14,000 cans to honor a breast cancer survivor and a Standish man donated two bags of cans at the end of Day 2 of Cans for the Cure to honor his mother who lost her battle with breast cancer.

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How Did It Begin?

As The Q gets ready to throw the Spirit of Portland Halloween Party, why not learn more about the history of this amazing day.

Bryce Deshaies, 8, and his younger brother, Riley, hang off of the dump truck their family used to haul 205 bags of bottles and cans they collected the last three weeks to donate to Cans for the Cure. Credit: Robert Cook

Heart of a Child

When Bryce Deshaies knew the Cans for a Cure was happening in just three weeks, he didn't waste any time. With the help of his family and friends, the 8-year-old Parsonsfield, Maine boy collected 205 bags of bottles and cans.

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Donations Piling Up

n less than six hours, the Q's Cans for a Cure campaign netted 110,842 cans from Mainers, businesses and non profit groups toward their 500,000 can goal.

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How You Can Help

Cans For a Cure 2014 is underway and The Q Morning Show is at the Maine Mall Parking lot until we collect half a million empty bottles and cans to redeem and donate $25,000 to the Maine Cancer Foundation and the Cancer Community Center.

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2 Versions of Mr. Probz Song “Waves” – Which Do You Like Better? [VIDEOS]

The song "Waves" by Dutch singer, songwriter and producer Mr. Probz is getting really popular right now. We get A LOT of requests for it at The Q. The version you hear o the radio is actually a remix by German DJ/Producer Robin Shulz. The original version is much slower but still VERY good. Take a listen to them both here and tell us which version you like better.

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Donate Your Men’s Suits for Disadvantaged Job Seekers

On Friday, October 24, Creative Work Systems will partner with Men’s Wearhouse and the Career Centers of Maine for “Suits for Jobs Giveaway,” an opportunity to distribute professional attire to disadvantaged job seekers. The event is intended to empower men in need with appropriate clothing for interviews. The Giveaway will be held from 9 to 12 pm in the Portland Career Center, 185 Lancaster Road.

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