The Tyrone Area High School (TAHS) Girls Basketball team and their Booster Club donated $1,631.31 to the Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation to be directed to Tyrone Regional’s Breast Cancer and Women’s Health Institute to support women’s health services.
Funds were raised through activities conducted in conjunction with the 2019 Tyrone/Bellwood Varsity Girls Basketball Pink Game. Fund raising activities included a t-shirt sale, distribution of fund raising letters, a basket raffle, Cornhole boards, a 50/50 fund raiser, fund raising cans at the game and 10% of proceeds from the concession stand the evening of the event were donated.
For the past several years, the TAHS Girls Basketball Team and their Booster Club have raised funds via their annual pink game and have designated Tyrone Regional’s Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute as the benefactor.
The TAHS Girls Basketball Team and their Booster Club wish to recognize the generous support of the following individuals and businesses and organizations who sponsored the pink out game fund raisers: Abe Harpster, Albert and Helen Gummo, Altoona Curve, Bruce E. Cox General Contractor, DelGrosso’s Park, Dr. Paul R. Barton, Harry K. Sickler JR, John E. Ramsey, CPA, Justine Crilly (Rodan and Fields), Kunzler & Company, Lisa Smulligan,Logan Beverage Inc., Pine Orthodontics, Penn State University, Pittsburgh Penguins, Pittsburgh Pirates, Pittsburgh Steelers, Rebecca Green-Kolbfleisch, Spruce Creek Tavern, The Renovators of Tyrone, Inc., The Village Pantry, Tyrone Basketball Boosters, Tyrone Elks Lodge No. 212 and Tyrone Hospital (BCWI of Central Pa).
PHOTO CAPTION: Pictured are representatives of the Tyrone High School Girls Basketball Team as they present their donation to the Tyrone Regional Health Network Foundation to support Tyrone Regional’s Breast Cancer & Women’s Health Institute. Pictured left to right are: Ali Weston, Chesney Saltsgiver, Kayelin Gibbons, Shannon Shaw, Lindsay Fusco, Team Captain, Anna Marie Anna, Acting Chief Executive Officer, Tyrone Regional Health Network, Laura Kohler, Karly Dry, Emma Getz, Michelle Johnner, Maci Brodzina, Jaida Parker, Stephanie Ramsey and Marissa Lewis.