Above: Megan Meserve, second from left, and Rachel Childress of Lexington Habitat for Humanity accepted their organization's award from Bill Reed, CEO and president of Kentucky Blood Center, left, and Josh Weinel, S&S Tire's director of retail operations. Habitat tied for second place in S&S Tire's blood-donor  recruiting contest.

Right: Volunteer Jim Hughes accepted for  Ronald McDonald House, the other second-place winner. Accepting for the American  Cancer Society, which came in first, was Denise Sergent, Relay for Life coordinator.
Above: Megan Meserve, second from left, and Rachel Childress of Lexington Habitat for Humanity accepted their organization's award from Bill Reed, CEO and president of Kentucky Blood Center, left, and Josh Weinel, S&S Tire's director of retail operations. Habitat tied for second place in S&S Tire's blood-donor recruiting contest. Right: Volunteer Jim Hughes accepted for Ronald McDonald House, the other second-place winner. Accepting for the American Cancer Society, which came in first, was Denise Sergent, Relay for Life coordinator.
Above: Megan Meserve, second from left, and Rachel Childress of Lexington Habitat for Humanity accepted their organization's award from Bill Reed, CEO and president of Kentucky Blood Center, left, and Josh Weinel, S&S Tire's director of retail operations. Habitat tied for second place in S&S Tire's blood-donor recruiting contest. Right: Volunteer Jim Hughes accepted for Ronald McDonald House, the other second-place winner. Accepting for the American Cancer Society, which came in first, was Denise Sergent, Relay for Life coordinator.

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