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Thursday, 15 November 2012 10:36

Two Sandusky Businesses make donations to McKenzie Health System

(SANDUSKY) -- Graff Chevrolet Buick of Sandusky and Sweet Impressions Salon recently made two generous contributions to McKenzie Health System's effort to purchase a digital mammography imaging system. In its second year, Graff's "Drive for the Cure" event raised $6,000 through vehicle sales and a number of special events held during the month of October, including a Pink Procession and a Pink Party hosted by the dealership. Keith and Debi Barnett and the entire Graff family are strong supporters of breast cancer awareness efforts. Melissa Sweet, owner of Sweet Impressions Salon in Sandusky, raised $300 through the sale of pink hair extensions to her customers during October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Melissa's donation will also go toward the purchase of a digital mammography imaging system.

PICTURED: Left-Sharon Danek, McKenzie Health System Community Relations Lead, accepts the donation from Melissa Sweet, owner of Sweet Impressions Salon.

PICTURED: Below-Keith Barnett, Graff Sandusky GM, Bill Monroe, Brandon Marley, and Caroline Jensen present a check to Steve Barnett, McKenzie Health System President and CEO, Janet Herbert, Kris Hoskins, Brandy Noll, and Sharon Danek.

 

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