Hi. I'm Lori Voornas. Here is where you learn a little more about me. I've been doing radio for about as long as Lou (of the Q Morning Show) has been alive. Why? Because they haven't fired me. I love my job, I love my listeners, and I love fried chicken. I love helping people, my family and my dog, Casco. I love long walks on the beach and reading a good mystery novel. Please swipe right. Wait, what was I doing. Oh right, my radio bio. My goal is to take over the world! Or at least keep you listening in the morning.
My Favorite Moments of Cans for a Cure 2018
There were so many amazing moments from Cans for a Cure 2018. Here are some of my favorites...
We Made the Massive Goal of 2 Million Bottles and Cans for Cans for a Cure
It really was a terrifying goal this year for Cans for a Cure - but it was an even better reason to make sure we hit it.
Extended Auction for Cans for a Cure – REDUCED Prices!
Did you miss out on the auction? There were items that had no bids - now is your time! All to help out Cans for a Cure!
Cans for a Cure Happening Now: Head to the Portland Mall or Call
The Q Morning Show is camped at the Maine Mall for the 16th annual Cans for a Cure presented by Bill Dodge Auto Group!
These Two Maine Boys Brought Trucks Full of Cans and Bottles to This Year’s Cans for a Cur…
Bryce and Riley have been participating in Q Cans for a Cure for years, and once again they delivered a massive donation.
Maine’s Most Expensive High School to Open Wednesday
Classes start Wednesday at the new Sanford High School. They missed the Tuesday start because teachers needed more one more day with the $100 million building.
2018 Cans for a Cure Online Auction Is Live Now
So many businesses have donated amazing items for you to bid on! And the best part? 100% of the money stays in Maine to help those fighting breast cancer!
5th Annual Fall Festival Craft Fair to Benefit the Robbie Foundation
Please come Saturday, October 20th from 9-2 for the 5th annual craft fair to benefit the Robbie Foundation!
Kristen is 38 and Was Just Diagnosed with Stage 2 Breast Cancer
Kristen and Janice got married in 2012 and I officiated the wedding at Sugarloaf. They are a loving couple and now...Kristen is on a new journey.
Is Maine Ready for a Cat Cafe?
What the heck is a Cat Cafe? Exactly what it sounds like.