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The officers of the Ringgold High School National Honor Society (NHS) led their school chapter in raising money to purchase daffodils and chocolate lollipops for patients and staff at the Monongahela Valley Hospital Charles L. and Rose Sweeney Melenyzer Pavilion and Regional Cancer Center.

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Ringgold National Honor Society students donate to MVH Cancer center

The students considered many non-profit organizations for the donation. They voted to support the American Cancer Society’s Daffodil Days, purchasing daffodils to brighten the day for patients and staff at the MVH Cancer Center.

These students have high aspirations of being in the medical field one day after their education. They all felt a personal connection to Monongahela Valley Hospital and referred to it as their hospital.

In photo at right:   Pictured are (l-r): Keisha Jones, RN, medical oncology at MVH; Ringgold High School NHS officers Kasyia Rowe-Lawrence, president; Justin Nemec, secretary; Rachel Funtal, treasurer; Ashley Harbaugh, vice president; and Anne Raible, RN, medical oncology at Monongahela Valley Hospital.

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