American Cancer Society corporate systems director Tina Zeff, left, accepted a check from Fruit of the Loom for more than $178,000 for the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Lexington. With her, continuing from left, are American Cancer Society Kentucky vice president Ayron Corbitt, Fruit of the Loom president and CEO Rick Medlin, American Cancer Society Bowling Green Area director Marilee Forrest, and American Cancer Society development officer Sarah Ronniger.
American Cancer Society corporate systems director Tina Zeff, left, accepted a check from Fruit of the Loom for more than $178,000 for the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Lexington. With her, continuing from left, are American Cancer Society Kentucky vice president Ayron Corbitt, Fruit of the Loom president and CEO Rick Medlin, American Cancer Society Bowling Green Area director Marilee Forrest, and American Cancer Society development officer Sarah Ronniger.
American Cancer Society corporate systems director Tina Zeff, left, accepted a check from Fruit of the Loom for more than $178,000 for the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge in Lexington. With her, continuing from left, are American Cancer Society Kentucky vice president Ayron Corbitt, Fruit of the Loom president and CEO Rick Medlin, American Cancer Society Bowling Green Area director Marilee Forrest, and American Cancer Society development officer Sarah Ronniger.

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