Burning Stick Foundation donates more than $27,500 to groups
A Cigar Night Fundraiser Event held April 26 at Fasig-Tipton allowed the Burning Stick Foundation to donate more than $27,500 to Bluegrass Boy Scouts, Ronald McDonald House, Jarrett's Joy Cart and Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital on July 10. Part of the funds will be allocated to start an adaptive sled hockey team in Kentucky. The event, in its sixth year, has raised more than $170,000 for local charities. Pictured above, from left, Jim Martin, treasurer, Burning Stick Foundation; Chip Armishaw, CEO, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Ronda Webber, senior director of resource development, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Sarah Warner Lister, executive director, Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass; Elizabeth Nahra, board president, Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass; Lee Hall, president, Burning Stick Foundation; Matt Roberts, COO, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Debbie Morris; Cindy Jacobelli, Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital; John Morris, Kentucky Sled Hockey Association; Jennifer Mynear, Jarrett's Joy Cart; and Pete Mclaughlin, board member, Burning Stick Foundation. For more information, visit Burningstickfoundation.org.
Burning Stick Foundation donates more than $27,500 to groups A Cigar Night Fundraiser Event held April 26 at Fasig-Tipton allowed the Burning Stick Foundation to donate more than $27,500 to Bluegrass Boy Scouts, Ronald McDonald House, Jarrett's Joy Cart and Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital on July 10. Part of the funds will be allocated to start an adaptive sled hockey team in Kentucky. The event, in its sixth year, has raised more than $170,000 for local charities. Pictured above, from left, Jim Martin, treasurer, Burning Stick Foundation; Chip Armishaw, CEO, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Ronda Webber, senior director of resource development, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Sarah Warner Lister, executive director, Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass; Elizabeth Nahra, board president, Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass; Lee Hall, president, Burning Stick Foundation; Matt Roberts, COO, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Debbie Morris; Cindy Jacobelli, Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital; John Morris, Kentucky Sled Hockey Association; Jennifer Mynear, Jarrett's Joy Cart; and Pete Mclaughlin, board member, Burning Stick Foundation. For more information, visit Burningstickfoundation.org.
Burning Stick Foundation donates more than $27,500 to groups A Cigar Night Fundraiser Event held April 26 at Fasig-Tipton allowed the Burning Stick Foundation to donate more than $27,500 to Bluegrass Boy Scouts, Ronald McDonald House, Jarrett's Joy Cart and Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital on July 10. Part of the funds will be allocated to start an adaptive sled hockey team in Kentucky. The event, in its sixth year, has raised more than $170,000 for local charities. Pictured above, from left, Jim Martin, treasurer, Burning Stick Foundation; Chip Armishaw, CEO, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Ronda Webber, senior director of resource development, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Sarah Warner Lister, executive director, Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass; Elizabeth Nahra, board president, Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass; Lee Hall, president, Burning Stick Foundation; Matt Roberts, COO, Bluegrass Council of the Boy Scouts; Debbie Morris; Cindy Jacobelli, Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital; John Morris, Kentucky Sled Hockey Association; Jennifer Mynear, Jarrett's Joy Cart; and Pete Mclaughlin, board member, Burning Stick Foundation. For more information, visit Burningstickfoundation.org.

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