Pink Games

For the third year in a row, Pink Ribbon Girls is proud to announce “Friday Night Pinks”, a series of high school football games in the Tri-State. Area teams will be “pinking out” their stadiums to raise awareness and honor breast cancer survivors. Teams will be wearing customized PRG jerseys and gear and fans can sport Friday Night Pink t-shirts. Click on the school you want to support to order jerseys for the big event.

PRG’s Banita Bailey Honored As Unsung Hero

Banita BaileyPink Ribbon Girl Banita Bailey was honored with Cancer Family Care’s 2012 Joslin Haggart Yeiser Unsung Hero Award. Banita was nominated by Tami Boehmer (friend and fellow PRG), Marian Miller, PhD, (UC College of Medicine, Department of Environmental Health) and Frank Biro, MD, (Director of Adolescent Medicine, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center) in the adult patient category.  Dr. Biro presented the award to Banita recognizing her compassionate support of  survivors and those living with breast cancer, her remarkable contributions to Pink Ribbon Girls, and her dedication as a volunteer advocate for the research studies Growing up Female and Windows of Susceptibility.

Founder's story featured on

Skinny mom features co founder of Pink Ribbon GirlsWith all of the interviews and features I have written on women with breast cancer I have noticed many similarities. Some were shocked at their diagnosis, many struggled through treatment, and others feared that they may not survive. However, the most common characteristics I have found in all of these women are incomparable strength and the determination to push forward. Such strength and determination are the emotional foundation of Pink Ribbon Girls Co-Founder, Tracie Metzger.

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PRG helps member SIMPLY FIGHT!

By providing assistance with needs such as meals and housekeeping during breast cancer treatment, Pink Ribbon Girls hopes to help lighten your load while you Simply Fight!

Program recipient, Eugenia, explains what the Simply Fight! services mean to her.

I am so grateful to know that such a great resource is available to my family here in Dayton. (Joining Pink Ribbon Girls) was my first small step forward to try to locate a peer group and begin processing all that had transpired during my journey with stage four breast cancer.

I was diagnosed four days after giving birth to my son Azariyah. At that time, my daughters Kortney and Aliyah were 12 and 1. Imagine the turmoil in our home! I spent a lot of time trying to keep things together for everyone and I have to admit (ironically) that my treatment time was the only time that I had to be still, rest, and focus on me. I only made it through with the help of God. I was tremendously blessed throughout!

Pink Ribbon Girl Executive Director honored

Congratulations to our very own Tracie Metzger!


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Medical Advisory Partner TriHealth

Medical Advisory Partner Premier Health Partners


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Pink Ribbon Girls partner Breast Cancer Risk Windows of Susceptibility

Web Sponsor Pat and Thom Robinson

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Special thanks to the following community partners that provide ongoing support for Pink Ribbon Girls.
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