Soroptimists accept grant


provided photo Ann Robinson, on behalf of the Soroptimist International of Tipp City and Upper Miami Valley, accepted from Emily Dillon, manager of the Sam’s Club on Miller Lane, a $2,000 grant to assist in reaching their goal for the “Travel for Treatment” project. The project is to raise funds to purchase an automobile to transport women to and from treatment for breast and reproductive cancer in the surrounding area for no charge. The vehicle would be placed under the management of the Pink Ribbon Girls, Tipp City.

provided photo Ann Robinson, on behalf of the Soroptimist International of Tipp City and Upper Miami Valley, accepted from Emily Dillon, manager of the Sam’s Club on Miller Lane, a $2,000 grant to assist in reaching their goal for the “Travel for Treatment” project. The project is to raise funds to purchase an automobile to transport women to and from treatment for breast and reproductive cancer in the surrounding area for no charge. The vehicle would be placed under the management of the Pink Ribbon Girls, Tipp City.


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Ann Robinson, on behalf of the Soroptimist International of Tipp City and Upper Miami Valley, accepted from Emily Dillon, manager of the Sam’s Club on Miller Lane, a $2,000 grant to assist in reaching their goal for the “Travel for Treatment” project. The project is to raise funds to purchase an automobile to transport women to and from treatment for breast and reproductive cancer in the surrounding area for no charge. The vehicle would be placed under the management of the Pink Ribbon Girls, Tipp City.

provided photo Ann Robinson, on behalf of the Soroptimist International of Tipp City and Upper Miami Valley, accepted from Emily Dillon, manager of the Sam’s Club on Miller Lane, a $2,000 grant to assist in reaching their goal for the “Travel for Treatment” project. The project is to raise funds to purchase an automobile to transport women to and from treatment for breast and reproductive cancer in the surrounding area for no charge. The vehicle would be placed under the management of the Pink Ribbon Girls, Tipp City.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/51/2016/10/web1_IMG_3770.jpgprovided photo Ann Robinson, on behalf of the Soroptimist International of Tipp City and Upper Miami Valley, accepted from Emily Dillon, manager of the Sam’s Club on Miller Lane, a $2,000 grant to assist in reaching their goal for the “Travel for Treatment” project. The project is to raise funds to purchase an automobile to transport women to and from treatment for breast and reproductive cancer in the surrounding area for no charge. The vehicle would be placed under the management of the Pink Ribbon Girls, Tipp City.