You have heard him on the air on our sister station WNAW, Live 95.9, WSBS and even WUPE or seen him at charity functions playing music for their events and always helping any he can.

I spoke with Ryan Pause Tuesday afternoon to see how bad the fire was and what the family might need. He said that he and his family lost their home and all their belongings in the house fire on Hathaway street in Adams early Tuesday morning.

Ryan went on to say that luckily everyone got out of the house safe even his dog Coco, but their two cats are still missing, The  Red Cross stepped in and found the Pause family lodging for Tuesday night.

Ryan said this is what the family needs most now.

Clothing is a big one. I myself wear XL in shirts, 36x32 in pants, and Size 11 in shoes.

My mother wears XL in shirts and pants, and 6 1/2 in women's shoes.

My dad wears 36x32 in pants, XL in shirts, and Size 13 in shoes.

Food and toiletries would greatly be appreciated as well.

**** Donations can be dropped off at the studios of WNAW in North Adams 10 am till noon and 2-5 pm, or today at Community Bible Church between noon 2 pm today only 1/15.   If you are in the Pittsfield area you can drop off donations to Cheryl Adams WUPE studios at 211 Jason st Pittsfield during normal business hours*****

Also, Ryan's brother DJ Kane is putting on a Roaring 20s Party at Bounti Fare on Feb 1st, 6 pm till 11 pm, which will now be a fundraiser for the family.

FYI, online ticket purchasing is down. Therefore tickets can only be purchased by calling 413-749-7481 or by stopping by Pizza House at 28 Hoosac Street in Adams.

Call 413-499-3333 and ask for Cheryl if you have any questions. or 413-281-2903l


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