DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Students at David H. Ponitz Career Tech High School are doing their part to raise money to support breast cancer awareness.
Students in the automotive pathway at the career center will perform oil, lube, and filter changes, as well as 21-point inspections as a way to donate to contribute to breast cancer awareness.
The funds from each $22 service will be given to the Norma Ross Youth Foundation and the American Cancer Society for the Norma Ross Pink Ribbon Driven campaign.
Ross’s husband Bob died unexpectedly in 1997.
She then became president of Bob Ross Auto Group in Centerville before her death in 2010 after a battle with breast cancer.
The campaign begins Monday, October 15 and ends Friday, October 19.
Appointments can be made by calling (937) 542-7290.
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