Part  of  the  Norma  J.  Ross  Youth  Foundation,  which  was  established  in  the memory  of  the  late  Norma  Jean  Ross,  who  lost  her  battle  with  breast  cancer in  2010.  Funds  for  the  Foundation  come  from  Donations,  Fundraising Events,  and  Pink  Ribbon  Driven  Merchandise  which  is  adorned  with  the popular  Pink  Ribbon  Driven  logo.  These  proceeds  give  the  foundation the  ability  to  continue  its  mission  of  supporting  youth  in  our  community, sponsoring  programs  that  aid  breast  cancer  patients,  and  funding  and advocating  for  organizations  that  continue  to  do  breast  cancer  research.


The  Norma  J.  Ross  Pink  Ribbon  Driven  Team  has  raised  over  $175,000  for the  American  Cancer  Society’s  Making  Strides  Against  Breast    Cancer  Walk (Dayton,  OH).    This  couldn’t  have  been  accomplished  without  partners  and supporters  like  you.  For  more  information  on  Pink  Ribbon  Driven  visit or  call  Bob  Ross  Auto  Group  at  (937)  433-0990.



Dayton  Chapter  (ASW)  is  the  only  wish-granting  organization  located  in the  Dayton  Region  and  is  solely  dedicated  to  granting  the  wishes  of  local children  who  have  been  diagnosed  with  a  life-threatening  disorder.  Serving children  from  birth  through  age  20,  ASW  exists  to  provide  hope,  comfort and  a  stress-free  way  to  regroup  for  these  many  families. Since 1983, ASW has granted over 1,600 wishes and is a registered 501(c)3, solely  funded  through  the  generosity  of  the  community  and  through  a partnership  with  Dayton  Children’s  Hospital.  The  proceeds  from  the  sale  of this  calendar  will  benefit  ASW  and  can  make  a  difference  in  the  life  of  a  local child  battling  a  life-threatening  disorder  and  being  part  of  making  Special Wishes  come  true!  To  find  out  more  about  the  Dayton  Chapter  of  A  Special Wish,  please  visit or  call  937-223-WISH(9474)



The Miami Valley Firefighter/EMS Memorial Association started out as a group dedicated to preserving the memory of Firefighters and EMS responders who lost their lives in the Line of Duty in our nine county region. What began in 1990 as an annual Memorial service turned into a massive effort to construct a fitting Memorial to these fallen heroes. Following a campaign begun in 2006 and after raising nearly $100.000.00 the Miami Valley Firefighter/EMS Memorial was completed and dedicated on October 31, 2010. The Memorial Fund now serves maintenance and up-keep of the Memorial structures and surrounding area, as well as funding an annual Memorial Service to remember those Fire/ EMS members who lost their lives protecting our communities. Sadly, since the dedication of the Memorial in 2010, there have been three name plates added to the Main panel of the Memorial and one more is to be added in 2015. The Memorial has become a quiet place of reflection and reaffirmation for our local Fire/EMS members as well as a source of comfort to the many families whose loved one’s names are on the Memorial’ panels. Stubbs Memorial Park in Centerville is the home of the Memorial and hosts over 150,000 visitors each year and the Memorial is unique nationwide given the fact that it is one of very few multi-jurisdictional Emergency Services Memorials in the country, representing now 79 Line of Duty Deaths in our nine county region. The Memorial fund is a registered 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. For more information, visit