Notre Dame held charity game


Pictured are the NDHS cheerleaders at the T1D charity game

Pictured are the NDHS cheerleaders at the T1D charity game


Aubrey is pictured with Randy Arnett , CEO of Southern Ohio Medical Center, Malissa Sarver- founder of Ohio River Valley T1D, and NDHS Pricipal Mr. Tom Walker


Aubrey Boland a Senior at Notre Dame High School, and MacKenzie Brown, Shawnee State University Freshman and NDHS 2017 graduate, hosted a Charity Basketball game between Notre Dame Titans and Green Bobcats held on December 5th, 2017 to raise money for Juvenile Diabetes.

$894.00 was raised and donated between two charities. Ohio River Valley T1D, founder, Malissa Sarver and SOMC Development Fund for Juvenile Diabetes –

This is the 3rd year in a row for the charity game.

Both girls hope to be able to continue their community service work for the children of Portsmouth with the unfortunate disease of Type 1 Diabetes.

Aubrey would like to thank Notre Dame, Athletic Director Bob Boldman, for his support in allowing her to have the game and donating the proceeds.

Pictured are the NDHS cheerleaders at the T1D charity game
https://www.portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2018/02/web1_ND-Cheerleaders.jpgPictured are the NDHS cheerleaders at the T1D charity game

Aubrey is pictured with Randy Arnett , CEO of Southern Ohio Medical Center, Malissa Sarver- founder of Ohio River Valley T1D, and NDHS Pricipal Mr. Tom Walker
https://www.portsmouth-dailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2018/02/web1_Diabetes.jpegAubrey is pictured with Randy Arnett , CEO of Southern Ohio Medical Center, Malissa Sarver- founder of Ohio River Valley T1D, and NDHS Pricipal Mr. Tom Walker