Cheering a Breakfast Brake


East Clinton High School cheerleaders get ready to cheer as part of their participation in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd Regional Cancer Center Thursday morning.

East Clinton High School cheerleaders get ready to cheer as part of their participation in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd Regional Cancer Center Thursday morning.


John Hamilton | News Journal

A line of early-to-rise Wilmington High School students welcomes motorists attending the 11th Annual Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center. All four local high schools as well as community volunteers participated in the event, handing out a to-go breakfast as well as goodie bags including information on breast cancer screenings and digital mammography. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. Share your photos of the event with us on the News Journal Facebook page.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Clinton-Massie High School soccer players show their spirit at Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center on Thursday morning.


John Hamilton | News Journal

The streets are lined with students from all four of Clinton County’s high schools taking part in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Center Cancer early Thursday morning.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Clinton-Massie students line up in front of Clinton Memorial Hospital cheering as locals went to Brake for Breakfast on Thursday at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Blanchester High School’s varsity volleyball team at Brake for Breakfast at the Boyd Cancer Center on Thursday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents pick up their breakfast and much more from Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Boyd Cancer Center personnel and volunteers during Brake for Breakfast on Thursday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Vickie Meyer, a radiation therapist at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center, hands a local motorist their breakfast at Brake for Breakfast on Thursday.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington High School student Banesa Morales holds a Brake for Breakfast sign during Thursday’s morning’s event.


John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington High School cheerleaders are up early to cheer local motorists lining up for the Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center.


John Hamilton | News Journal

East Clinton High School cheerleaders get ready to cheer as part of their participation in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd Regional Cancer Center Thursday morning.

A line of early-to-rise Wilmington High School students welcomes motorists attending the 11th Annual Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center. All four local high schools as well as community volunteers participated in the event, handing out a to-go breakfast as well as goodie bags including information on breast cancer screenings and digital mammography. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. Share your photos of the event with us on the News Journal Facebook page.

Clinton-Massie High School soccer players show their spirit at Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center on Thursday morning.

The streets are lined with students from all four of Clinton County’s high schools taking part in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Center Cancer early Thursday morning.

Clinton-Massie students line up in front of Clinton Memorial Hospital cheering as locals went to Brake for Breakfast on Thursday at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center.

Blanchester High School’s varsity volleyball team at Brake for Breakfast at the Boyd Cancer Center on Thursday.

Local residents pick up their breakfast and much more from Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Boyd Cancer Center personnel and volunteers during Brake for Breakfast on Thursday.

Vickie Meyer, a radiation therapist at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center, hands a local motorist their breakfast at Brake for Breakfast on Thursday.

Wilmington High School student Banesa Morales holds a Brake for Breakfast sign during Thursday’s morning’s event.

Wilmington High School cheerleaders are up early to cheer local motorists lining up for the Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center.

East Clinton High School cheerleaders get ready to cheer as part of their participation in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd Regional Cancer Center Thursday morning.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0247-2.jpgEast Clinton High School cheerleaders get ready to cheer as part of their participation in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd Regional Cancer Center Thursday morning. John Hamilton | News Journal

A line of early-to-rise Wilmington High School students welcomes motorists attending the 11th Annual Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center. All four local high schools as well as community volunteers participated in the event, handing out a to-go breakfast as well as goodie bags including information on breast cancer screenings and digital mammography. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. Share your photos of the event with us on the News Journal Facebook page.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0276-2.jpgA line of early-to-rise Wilmington High School students welcomes motorists attending the 11th Annual Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center. All four local high schools as well as community volunteers participated in the event, handing out a to-go breakfast as well as goodie bags including information on breast cancer screenings and digital mammography. For more photos of the event, visit wnewsj.com. Share your photos of the event with us on the News Journal Facebook page. John Hamilton | News Journal

Clinton-Massie High School soccer players show their spirit at Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center on Thursday morning.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0261-2.jpgClinton-Massie High School soccer players show their spirit at Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center on Thursday morning. John Hamilton | News Journal

The streets are lined with students from all four of Clinton County’s high schools taking part in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Center Cancer early Thursday morning.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0295-2.jpgThe streets are lined with students from all four of Clinton County’s high schools taking part in Brake for Breakfast at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Center Cancer early Thursday morning. John Hamilton | News Journal

Clinton-Massie students line up in front of Clinton Memorial Hospital cheering as locals went to Brake for Breakfast on Thursday at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0292-2.jpgClinton-Massie students line up in front of Clinton Memorial Hospital cheering as locals went to Brake for Breakfast on Thursday at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center. John Hamilton | News Journal

Blanchester High School’s varsity volleyball team at Brake for Breakfast at the Boyd Cancer Center on Thursday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0300-2.jpgBlanchester High School’s varsity volleyball team at Brake for Breakfast at the Boyd Cancer Center on Thursday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Local residents pick up their breakfast and much more from Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Boyd Cancer Center personnel and volunteers during Brake for Breakfast on Thursday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0301-2.jpgLocal residents pick up their breakfast and much more from Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Boyd Cancer Center personnel and volunteers during Brake for Breakfast on Thursday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Vickie Meyer, a radiation therapist at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center, hands a local motorist their breakfast at Brake for Breakfast on Thursday.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0311-2.jpgVickie Meyer, a radiation therapist at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center, hands a local motorist their breakfast at Brake for Breakfast on Thursday. John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington High School student Banesa Morales holds a Brake for Breakfast sign during Thursday’s morning’s event.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0313-2.jpgWilmington High School student Banesa Morales holds a Brake for Breakfast sign during Thursday’s morning’s event. John Hamilton | News Journal

Wilmington High School cheerleaders are up early to cheer local motorists lining up for the Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_DSC_0254-2.jpgWilmington High School cheerleaders are up early to cheer local motorists lining up for the Brake for Breakfast held Thursday morning at the Foster J. Boyd, MD Regional Cancer Center. John Hamilton | News Journal