DPS students working to raise breast cancer awareness

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DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) — Some Dayton Public School students are working to raise breast cancer awareness.

The students at David H. Ponitz Career Tech High School automotive pathway will perform lube, oil and filter changes, as well as a 21-point inspection.

The $22 charge will be donated to the Norma Ross Youth Foundation and the American Cancer Society for the Norma Ross Pink Ribbon Driven campaign.

Mrs. Ross’ husband Bob died unexpectedly in 1997. She then became president of Bob Ross Auto Group in Centerville. Norma Ross died in 2010 after a battle with breast cancer.

The 2018 Ponitz campaign begins Monday, October 15th. To make an appointment, call 937-542-7290.

Oil changes will be provided at David H. Ponitz Career Tech High School, 741 Washington St. in Dayton. They’ll be performing the $22 oil changes through Friday, October 19th.

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