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PLANNING FOR FOURTH ANNUAL BORDER BATTLE BREAKFAST BEGINS
Century Health is pleased to announce that we will once again be holding our Border Battle Breakfast fundraiser this year. The big date for this fall is November 16th, the weekend prior to the big game between The Ohio State Buckeyes and the University of Michigan Wolverine football teams. This effort will once again be led by, Dave Thomas, member of the Century Board of Trustees.
We have already started the preliminary work and of course that includes building our sponsor and volunteer list. This project involves many hours of planning and prep work and we could use your help in the planning stages as well as the day of the breakfast. Even those of you that aren’t available to help the day of the breakfast, can still provide a valuable service helping our committee with advertising, communication and soliciting donations for our “famous Silent Auction”. If you are interested in helping or if you have questions, please contact Dave Thomas at DLThomas@MarathonPetroleum.com.
All profits from the Border Battle Breakfast are used to support the programs and services provided by Century Health to Hancock County residents. These programs include treatment services for those affected by substance abuse and mental health issues.
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Third Annual Border Battle Breakfast
Thank you for another successful year for our Border Battle Breakfast in 2011!!
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Here are a few pictures from the 2011 Border Battle Breakfast:
The 2010 Border Battle Breakfast major event sponsors were:
First Annual Border Battle Breakfast
It was the inaugural year for our new pancake breakfast fundraising event for Century Health. The "Border Battle" theme and the date of this event were chosen to correspond with the annual Ohio State - Michigan football game in November of each year.
This year's pancake breakfast was held at the Findlay (Ohio) High School cafeteria and was well-attended for the first year. In addition to the all-you-can-eat pancakes and sausage, there were door prizes, a silent auction, and various forms of entertainment throughout the morning.