Do you have a kid in your life? Let them share the Pledge of Allegiance with the entire Hudson Valley! Every weekday morning at 6 AM here at LITE-FM, we select one kid to read the Pledge of Allegiance for everyone.

It can be your child, or children or a group that they are in. A few of the examples could be their entire class, their Girl Scout or Boy Scout troop, or even their sports team.

There is a super easy way to get it to us. You can send the recording to us using the LITE-FM App.

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How to send LITE-FM the audio? Open the app. Then under the main pictures there is a little gray bar with icons on it, scroll until you see a microphone icon and click that and you can send it to us that way after you record it in your phone. Super easy.

Not sure the exact wording of the pledge? Here is is from the United States Flag Code.  Do your young ones need to read this verbatim to be included? Not necessarily, their special version is great for us. Here it is:

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

 

How To Submit The Pledge Of Allegiance Audio To Lite-FM

If you are looking to submit audio of your child, Boy Scout or Girl Scout group, class, or any other sort of group to us, just follow these instructions!

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