GREENVILLE – The Borderline, The Union City Country Club and Baker’s Motorcycle Shop would like to thank everyone who attended and donated to the May 17 event held to help cancer patients in Darke County. The event featured bands, three-man golf scramble and benefit auction and hog roast. With everyone’s generous donations, they were able to donate $2,000 to help cancer patients in Darke County. Last year they donated $1,800 to the association.
The groups want to thank the local businesses for their time and donations as well. A special thanks goes to Kenny Live and the Borderline String Band, Grovehill Acoustic, Dyslexic Funk, Hillbilly Drive and Quadrafunk. Another special thanks is extended to Matt Light who donated an autographed football helmet which was auctioned off.
The association appreciates all donations and is overseen by a volunteer board that determines how donations are to be used, etc. The only requirement to receive benefits is to reside in Darke County and have a confirmed diagnosis of cancer.
The association partners with United Way and is not affiliated with the American Cancer Society.
If you would like to donate, send donations to Cancer Association of Darke County, PO Box 781, Greenville, Ohio 45331. If you have questions, call the office and speak with Christine Lynn, director, at 548-9960.
Shown are Bud Kautz, Christine Lynn, executive director of the Cancer Association of Darke County and Tracey Kautz.