Harrison County group makes donation to Bonnie’s Bus

Harrison County group makes donation to Bonnie’s Bus

The Harrison County Breast Cancer Awareness Committee is a faithful supporter of the Bonnie Wells Wilson Mobile Mammography Program (Bonnie’s Bus). The committee held an elimination dinner recently and unanimously decided to donate all of the money from the fundraiser – $5,000 – to the program to offset the costs of Bus visits to Harrison County.

“The Bonnie's Bus Team is very grateful for this generous gift to our program,” Sara Jane Gainor, director of Bonnie’s Bus, said. “The Harrison County Breast Cancer Awareness Committee is an unwavering supporter of Bonnie’s Bus. We are very appreciative.”

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