Southeastern Ohio USBC donated $7,816 to the Cancer Care Fund

The Southeastern Ohio United States Bowling Congress (USBC) hosted Strike Out Breast Cancer in October 2018 at Tiki Lanes in Lancaster. Through T-shirt sales and raffle prizes, 135 bowlers raised roughly $8,816 and donated $7,816 to the Fairfield Medical Center Foundation Cancer Care Fund. The remainder of the money raised was donated to the Komen Grant. “As a non-profit, it is important to us to keep our donation local,” said Joy Kellenbarger, Association Manager at Southeastern Ohio USBC. Strike Out Cancer is an annual event that offers an opportunity for breast cancer survivors to gather, share their stories and bowl a game together. Thank you to the Southeastern Ohio USBC for the generous donation that will provide financial assistance to people battling cancer in our community. For additional information on opportunities to give, please click on the following link http://www.fmchealth.org/foundation/giving-donation.aspx
 
 

Pictured: John R. “Jack” Janoso, Jr., President & CEO of Fairfield Medical Center; Joy Kellenbarger, Association Manager of Southeastern Ohio USBC; Ivy O’ Neal, Cancer Care & Infusion Services Manager; Amie Cohen, FMC Foundation Donor Relations Representative; Dora Metzger, FMC Director of Patient Services; Valerie Eckman, co-chair & Vice President of Southeastern Ohio USBC and Tracy Kelly, FMC Foundation Executive Director.

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