Recently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund. Pictured are Rachelle Collins. Lisa Morgan, Clay Senior Volleyball play and Wendi Waugh. The staff of the SOMC Cancer Center were presented with sunglasses Collins said they were too cool for cancer.


Recently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund.


Members of the Valley Volleyball team showing off their pink shirts, in support of Breast Cancer awareness month.


Members of the Minford Falcons and Valley Indians 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams did their part to support cancer research and local cancer patients, hosting a Pink Out event Oct. 4. The Pink Out was sponsored in part by Buffalo Wild Wings, who provided a raffle drawing of free wings for an entire year. Other donations were made by Wendi’s, Gatti’s Pizza, Clarktown Pizza, Johnson’s Design Plus, and additional funds were raised through the sale of “pink” items and gift baskets. The event raised a grand total of $1,772, which will benefit the Breast Cancer Compassion Fund of Southern Ohio Medical Center. Many thanks go out to the coaches, players, families, and fans that made the event such a success! Pictured is Minford Volleyball Coach Lori Rolfe addressing fans and players before the start of the game.


Recently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund. Pictured are Rachelle Collins. Lisa Morgan, Clay Senior Volleyball play and Wendi Waugh. The staff of the SOMC Cancer Center were presented with sunglasses Collins said they were too cool for cancer.

Recently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund.

Members of the Valley Volleyball team showing off their pink shirts, in support of Breast Cancer awareness month.

Members of the Minford Falcons and Valley Indians 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams did their part to support cancer research and local cancer patients, hosting a Pink Out event Oct. 4. The Pink Out was sponsored in part by Buffalo Wild Wings, who provided a raffle drawing of free wings for an entire year. Other donations were made by Wendi’s, Gatti’s Pizza, Clarktown Pizza, Johnson’s Design Plus, and additional funds were raised through the sale of “pink” items and gift baskets. The event raised a grand total of $1,772, which will benefit the Breast Cancer Compassion Fund of Southern Ohio Medical Center. Many thanks go out to the coaches, players, families, and fans that made the event such a success! Pictured is Minford Volleyball Coach Lori Rolfe addressing fans and players before the start of the game.

Recently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund. Pictured are Rachelle Collins. Lisa Morgan, Clay Senior Volleyball play and Wendi Waugh. The staff of the SOMC Cancer Center were presented with sunglasses Collins said they were too cool for cancer.
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Clay-and-Notre-Dame-Volley-for-a-Cure-1.jpgRecently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund. Pictured are Rachelle Collins. Lisa Morgan, Clay Senior Volleyball play and Wendi Waugh. The staff of the SOMC Cancer Center were presented with sunglasses Collins said they were too cool for cancer.

Recently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund.
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Clay-and-Notre-Dame-Volley-for-a-Cure.jpgRecently Clay and Notre Dame Volleyball teams held a game, as a result $400 was donated to the SOMC Compassion Fund.

Members of the Valley Volleyball team showing off their pink shirts, in support of Breast Cancer awareness month.
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Valley-Indians-and-Volley-for-a-Cure.jpgMembers of the Valley Volleyball team showing off their pink shirts, in support of Breast Cancer awareness month.

Members of the Minford Falcons and Valley Indians 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams did their part to support cancer research and local cancer patients, hosting a Pink Out event Oct. 4. The Pink Out was sponsored in part by Buffalo Wild Wings, who provided a raffle drawing of free wings for an entire year. Other donations were made by Wendi’s, Gatti’s Pizza, Clarktown Pizza, Johnson’s Design Plus, and additional funds were raised through the sale of “pink” items and gift baskets. The event raised a grand total of $1,772, which will benefit the Breast Cancer Compassion Fund of Southern Ohio Medical Center. Many thanks go out to the coaches, players, families, and fans that made the event such a success! Pictured is Minford Volleyball Coach Lori Rolfe addressing fans and players before the start of the game.
http://portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_Volleyball-Paint-It-Pink-1.jpgMembers of the Minford Falcons and Valley Indians 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams did their part to support cancer research and local cancer patients, hosting a Pink Out event Oct. 4. The Pink Out was sponsored in part by Buffalo Wild Wings, who provided a raffle drawing of free wings for an entire year. Other donations were made by Wendi’s, Gatti’s Pizza, Clarktown Pizza, Johnson’s Design Plus, and additional funds were raised through the sale of “pink” items and gift baskets. The event raised a grand total of $1,772, which will benefit the Breast Cancer Compassion Fund of Southern Ohio Medical Center. Many thanks go out to the coaches, players, families, and fans that made the event such a success! Pictured is Minford Volleyball Coach Lori Rolfe addressing fans and players before the start of the game.
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