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Ohios march across state nets 110k for hospitals
COLUMBUS, Ohio (4/29/10)--
Click to view larger imageCredit union leaders presented a check for $110,000 to benefit Ohio children’s hospitals. Pictured are, from left: Kristina Hurlburt, Standard Register FCU, Dayton; Jennifer Ferguson, Bay Area CU, Oregon; Brian Brunsman, Tracy Brunsman and their children; and Mike Cronin, head basketball coach at the University of Cincinnati. (Photo provided by the Ohio Credit Union League)
Credit union leaders from across Ohio presented $110,000 to Children’s Miracle Network as a result of their annual statewide fundraising to benefit children’s hospitals. The Brunsman family, ambassadors for the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, accept the check. Two of the Brunsman children have been treated at the hospital--one for cerebral palsy and the other for cancer. Spearheaded by the Ohio Credit Union League’s Credit Unions for Kids committee, the annual Ohio Credit Unions: Marching Miles for Miracle Kids walk-a-thon raises funds for the eight children’s hospitals in Ohio. Ohio credit unions have raised more than $370,000 since the event’s inception four years ago. The march kicked off in Dublin March 28 and concluded in Cincinnati April 15 at the Ohio league’s ZENITH10 annual meeting. University of Cincinnati head basketball coach Mike Cronin welcomed the final leg of marchers.


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