Michelob Pink Ultra Locations

Heidelberg Distributing has created a special brew of Michelob Pink Ultra exclusive to Pink Ribbon Girls. During the month of October, you can find this PINK beer on draft at the following locations in the Dayton area. Thank you Heidelberg!

Adobe Gilas

Amber Rose Restaurant

Applebee's Delco Park

Applebee's Dorothy Lane

Applebee's Huber Heights

Applebee's Springboro Pike

Applebee's Springfield

Applebee's Troy

Applebee's Wilmington Pike

Applebee's Xenia

Archer's Tavern

Bargo's Brown St.

Bargo's Centerville

Beef 'O' Brady's Centerville

Bowl 10 Urbana


Buffalo Wings & Rings Piqua

Bunkers Bar & Grill

Buffalo Wild Wings Brown Street

Buffalo Wild Wings Englewood

Buffalo Wild Wings Huber Heights

Buffalo Wild Wings Springfield (Bechtle)

Buffalo Wild Wings Troy

Clancy's Tavern

Eagles 3974

Elks #51

Filling Station Troy

Flanagan's Pub

FM Station

Fricker's Centerville

Fricker's Huber Heights

Fricker's Miller Lane

Fricker's North

Fricker's Springfield

Fricker's Troy

Fricker's Woodman


Good Time Charlies




Hoagie's Pizza House

Jackass Flats

Kings Point Pub

La Palma

Leaf 'n Vine

Maggie's Place


McIntosh's Pub & Grub

Milano's Beavercreek

Milano's Brown St.

Milano's Centerville

Moose Lodge #1215

Mug 'N Jug

O'Conner's Irish Pub

Oscars Sports Bar & Grill

Phone Booth Lounge

Poelking Marian Lanes

Ron's Pizza

Roosters Springfield

Shiloh Athletic

Shroyer Inn


Springfield Country Club

Station One

Submarine House Beavercreek

Submarine House Troy

Tanks Bar & Grill


TJ Chumps Englewood

TJ Chumps Miamisburg

Toll House

VFW Post 657 Riverside


A New Roof Courtesy of ProTouch Restoration

A New Roof Courtesy of ProTouch Restoration
ProTouch Restoration feels strongly about the efforts of Pink Ribbon Girls and wants to do their part to help one family who is struggling with breast cancer by donating their roofing services. If you are a survivor in need of a new roof or roof repair, use the form below and tell us a little bit about you and your particular project (photos are also appreciated) by August 31st. The winner will be selected by September 15th.

Faith's Story

Faith Rolfes, NO Age NO Stage Program Recipient, continues her fight with a little help from PRG.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month really started meaning something to me over the past few years. In January of 2009, I was diagnosed as BRCA1 positive. Three years later, on October 10, 2012, I was diagnosed with Stage II Triple Negative Breast Cancer. After the diagnosis, I decided to have a Bilateral Mastectomy with tissue expander placement on November 16, 2012. As of now, I have completed six cycles of Taxotere and Cytoxan, and I am currently preparing for 28 rounds of radiation.

I finally made the call to reach out to Pink Ribbon Girls after my 4th chemo treatment, when I started to feel really tired, sick, and hopeless.What a blessing they have been! They have helped with meals and housekeeping, making it easier for me to take care of my family and to fight the fight. I really do not know what I would have done without the immense support of these wonderful women! Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

The Pattie Noel 50th Birthday Celebration of Life

Earlier this year, Pattie told us she wanted to have a big 50th birthday party in August with proceeds going to PRG. So, in her memory, that is exactly what we're going to do! You're invited to come celebrate Pattie's life Join us!

Kuliga Park
6717 Bridgetown Road, Cincinnati, 45248

Friday, August 30, 2013

Starting at 6:00 PM

We'll serve some of Pattie's favorite foods, as well as memories, with live music by LoopManDan.

Tickets are $20 All proceeds going to Pink Ribbon Girls.   Please use our PayPal link below, bring the receipt to the Party!

More info on the event. a map to the park, and to RSVP visit the Event listing on our Events Page

Read more about Pattie, and this event at Tami Boehmer's web page;  "Honoring a friends legacy"

A Mother's Story

In honor of Mother's Day, we asked Suzan Printz, mother of PRG Executive Director Heather Salazar, to share her feelings about her daughter's diagnosis.

March 3, 2005 is a date in my history I will never forget. It's one of those days you remember exactly what you were doing when you heard about something horrible, such as President Kennedy has been shot or the events of 9-11. For me, it was a phone call from my oldest daughter, crying, "Mom, it IS cancer, come to the doctor's office!!" I felt my heart break into a thousand pieces.

The journey begins. We have to tell our family and friends. But our daughter and her husband have to tell their four young children. Later, when she is not around, my grandchildren will ask me some pretty tough questions! They don't understand why this is happening - I don't understand!

She researches the type of cancer she has and all of the treatment options. I listen trying to understand - and the pit in my stomach is growing larger every day. Plans are made for surgery. This all seems so unreal! I tried to make deals with God. "Please just pass the cancer to me. She is only 31 and has four children." She is my baby! Then the guilt sets in. What did I do wrong? Did I feed her unhealthy food? Did I pass her the breast cancer gene? Then the pity part is over! You pick yourself up, brush yourself off and put on your boxing gloves! We are going to FIGHT this!

Little did I know how difficult and heartbreaking the battle would be. Sitting in the waiting room for the nine hour surgery. Not leaving the room because I told her that is where I would be. Seeing her for the first time after surgery - so weak. But I was so thankful she was here and ready to begin her battle.

Each day seemed to bring new challenges like going shopping for a wig before she lost her hair. That is just not right. It seemed like only yesterday we were shopping for a wedding dress. Losing her long, beautiful, blonde hair was definitely one of our hardest times. You talk about it - you just don't really believe it will happen. Then it does! I remember just putting my arms around her and we both cried.

I cried myself to sleep many nights. Like the nights before we went to chemo - praying the IV would go in smoothly. Chemo days were real bonding days for us. We had lots of time to talk, met lots of interesting people and I got to see just how strong my daughter is.

I tried to be there for her in any way I could. Many times that meant crying together, or just holding her hand. I just wanted her to know I would be there always! For anything! I still have days when the pit in my stomach returns. And days when I can't believe we had to live through breast cancer. It was a very emotional and humbling time. The support we all received from our family and community of friends was truly amazing!

I love you Heather Noelle Printz Salazar to "infinity and beyond"! You have given me much joy, a few grey hairs, and lots of love. Your life is never dull! Thanks for letting me ride along with you!


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