Longest Morning

This year’s Rotary4Kids” radio-a-thon raised over $71,000 and counting, with pledges continuing to come in after the show wrapped up at 10:00 a.m. today at Burger World on Algonquin.
KiSS 100.5 Morning show host Kevin Oschefski was on the air for 29 hours raising money for Rotary4Kids all in support of area children and youth with special needs
This was the 16th year the Rotary Club of North Bay has organized the radio-a-thon in partnership with the Nipissing Association for Disabled Youth (NADY) and the invaluable support of Northgate Shopping Centre and Burger World.
Rotary4Kids Chair Jeff Rogerson commented that “The continued success of this fundraiser would not be possible without the incredibly generous support of the sponsors and donors – individuals and families, and so many local organizations and businesses, both large and small – many of whom have been with us from day one”.
Chuck Verge, Club President, added “We truly appreciate the strong partnership our club enjoys with NADY and KiSS. Their participation is key to this, our largest fundraising event each year.”
The longest morning, with 100.5 KiSS morning host Kevin Oschefski kicked off at 5 am on March 28th, broadcasting from Tower Court at Northgate Shopping Centre.
Pledges can still to be made online at or
Thank you for your support!

In 2003, then EZ Rock morning show host Scott Clark vowed to stay on the air 50 consecutive hours to raise much need funds for the Rotary Club of North Bay's Children's Committee community service projects and initiatives and NADY [Nipissing Association for Disabled Youth].

Since then subsequent EZ Rock morning show hosts have taken up the challenge. 


Since its inception, the Rotary4Kids radio marathon has raised over $1.1 million used to purchased equipment and support programs for disabled youth in our community. All thanks to the generous donors - individuals, families, organizations and businesses - large and small!