Great Strides Thank You Luncheon Held For Community Members

Friday, April 13, 2018
From left, Amy Ownby and Jolly Johnson, CF Foundation senior development director, with a prize bicycle donated by Regions Bank
From left, Amy Ownby and Jolly Johnson, CF Foundation senior development director, with a prize bicycle donated by Regions Bank

Lee University on Wednesday hosted a Great Strides Thank You Luncheon to thank community members who helped raised funds and awareness for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Among the many fundraising teams honored, Garden Plaza and Life Care Center of Cleveland were the top team raising over $8,100 through staff and resident fundraisers, bringing this year’s total raised to over $94,000.

Team Garrett’s Amy Ownby, CF parent to two year-old Garrett, raised over $6,000 for CF.

From left, Lee Stewart, Great Strides community chair and Southern Heritage Bank regional president; David Dailey, Garden Plaza hospitality director and CF grandparent; Cathy Howe, Life Care Center of Cleveland executive director; Lindsay Vest, Life Care Center of Cleveland marketing development director; Emma Myers, Garden Plaza activity director; and Jolly Johnson, CF Foundation senior development director
From left, Lee Stewart, Great Strides community chair and Southern Heritage Bank regional president; David Dailey, Garden Plaza hospitality director and CF grandparent; Cathy Howe, Life Care Center of Cleveland executive director; Lindsay Vest, Life Care Center of Cleveland marketing development director; Emma Myers, Garden Plaza activity director; and Jolly Johnson, CF Foundation senior development director

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