Humor for Hunger with KPUG

Humor for Hunger with KPUG

Michael Koenen and Jake Locker give back to Whatcom County again with Humor for Hunger! A great night of music and comedy at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds for a great cause in raising food and money for the Ferndale food bank.  KPUG’s own Doug Lange and Mark Scholten got the honor of MC’s for the night! Enjoy the photos…

Welcome to “Humor for Hunger”

Whatcom County comes out to  help feed the needy!

Meet your MC’s pretending to be NFL’ers…Doug Lange

and Mark Scholten!

Great auction items!

Ready to start the show.

The Dove Award winning Katinas hit the stage!

One our hosts for the evening taking it all in.

Comedian Michael Jr.

Ladies and Gentlemen…Michael Koenen!

Comedian Nazareth!

Jake Locker hits the stage!

The Northwest Washington Fairgrounds crowd loving it!

Autographs for everyone!

Big thanks from KPUG to Michael & Jake for a great night!

Thanks for coming out everybody…see ya next year!

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