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Austin Peay State University Breast Cancer 5k Proceeds Benefit Relay For Life

 

Austin Peay State University - APSUClarksville, TN – Jerri Rule, Community Representative for the American Cancer Society received a donation in the amount of $2,518.00 presented by Lauren-Michael Wilkinson, Assistant Director of Services at University Recreation at Austin Peay State University.

Jerri Rule (left) with the American Cancer Society received a $2,518.00 donation from Lauren-Michael Wilkinson (right).

Jerri Rule (left) with the American Cancer Society received a $2,518.00 donation from Lauren-Michael Wilkinson (right).

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Clarksville’s AseraCare Supports Montgomery County Relay For Life

 

A Testament of Its Mission of Compassion and Care

AseraCare HospiceClarksville, TN – AseraCare Hospice of Clarksville recently presented a generous donation to the American Cancer Society in support of the Montgomery County Relay For Life effort.

AseraCare understands the challenges that people and their families face when coping with serious, chronic or life-limiting illnesses.

Pictured left to right. Henry Moore, JR , Brenda Hackett, Jerri Rule, Yvette Gillespie, Jackline Tabe-Ayuk, Stacy Knight, Larci Byrd, Kathy Pine

Pictured left to right. Henry Moore, JR , Brenda Hackett, Jerri Rule, Yvette Gillespie, Jackline Tabe-Ayuk, Stacy Knight, Larci Byrd, Kathy Pine

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APSU Breast Cancer Awareness 5K raises $3,375 to American Cancer Society

 

Austin Peay State UniversityClarksville, TN – On an early Saturday morning April 13th, more than 200 runners joined forces to race in the Breast Cancer Awareness 5K race organized by a number of offices at Austin Peay State University.

Some of them walked away with top finisher awards, but all of them played a part in raising $3,375 to the American Cancer Society.

Henderson Hill III (center), director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center at APSU, and Lauren Wilkinson (right), assistant director of the APSU University Recreation, present a check to Jerri Rule, community representative with the American Cancer Society. The proceeds are from the annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5K held April 13th on the main APSU campus. (Photo by Beth Liggett, APSU photographer)

Henderson Hill III (center), director of the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center at APSU, and Lauren Wilkinson (right), assistant director of the APSU University Recreation, present a check to Jerri Rule, community representative with the American Cancer Society. The proceeds are from the annual Breast Cancer Awareness 5K held April 13th on the main APSU campus. (Photo by Beth Liggett, APSU photographer)

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Clarksville Athletic Club goes Pink to raise funds in support of Breast Cancer Research

 

The Clarksville Athletic Club donates $1,500 to the American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Research.

Clarksville Athletic ClubClarksville, TN – The Clarksville Athletic Club, while promoting wellness and fitness with conventional fitness equipment and activity, extends its message of overall wellness to giving back to the community by supporting women’s health during the month of October raising awareness of Breast Cancer.

The Clarksville Athletic Club involved its patrons in the Breast Cancer effort with the signature ribbon color (pink) while promoting fitness and commitment to giving back to the community.

Nathan Deer, Clarksville Athletic Club with Jerri Rule, American Cancer Society (Photo by Cheryl Bernardo)

Nathan Deer, Clarksville Athletic Club with Jerri Rule, American Cancer Society (Photo by Cheryl Bernardo)

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Clarksville Academy “Briefcase Boys” raise money for Cancer

 

Clarksville AcademyClarksville, TN – A group of third grade students at the Clarksville Academy put their talents to work, to raise money for Cancer Awareness, and their efforts have been rewarded.

In a ceremony on Friday at the school, Ms. Jerri Rule from the American Cancer Society accepted over $600.00 raised by the “Briefcase Boys” who had been building and selling paper airplanes and paper footballs since December.

Clarksville Academy third grade students raised money for the American Cancer Society.

Clarksville Academy third grade students raised money for the American Cancer Society.

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