Be inspired by Lester H. Smith’s book, You Gotta Dance Like No One’s Watching. A two-time cancer survivor and national ballroom dance champion, Lester has gone 17 rounds with cancer - and has beaten the odds time and time again.
A self-made success and born risk-taker, the book contains 18 personal stories from a true Texas original, including side-splitting accounts of Lester Smith’s exciting life and plenty of his hard-earned life lessons. Woven throughout are his colorful perspectives on overcoming obstacles, beating the odds and realizing the joy of paying it forward.
Purchase Lester Smith’s Book and support $25 from each book sold will directly benefit Visit www.pinkwell.org and buy it today! Stories of Hope, Humor and Inspiration. Two-Time Cancer Survivor. Two-Time National Ballroom Dance Champion. Renowned Philanthropist. Each time he gets knocked down, Lester Smith comes back fighting harder. He has learned to never give in, but to give back, in ways small and large, and to love every moment he has. (www.pinkwell.org).
Today, he has committed himself to supporting breast cancer organizations
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PINK RIBBON GIRLS OF DAYTON AWARDED $45K MATCHING GRANT FROM THE LESTER AND SUE SMITH FOUNDATION’S PINK WELL CHALLENGE
DAYTON, OH October 20 — The Lester and Sue Smith Foundation announced 30 finalists in the Pink Well Challenge, a fundraising effort offering $1 million in matching grants to organizations engaged in breast cancer research, prevention, treatment and patient support throughout the U.S. Pink Ribbon Girls of Dayton, a local group servicing nine counties in the Miami Valley, was selected as a “Top 20” finalist from over 150 applicants from all over the country and is the only non-profit selected from Ohio
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