Green Dot Maysville held the 2nd Annual Pet Pageant on July 4th! Proceeds benefited the Ion Center Pet Protection Program. Special thank you to our participants (listed in no particular order): Silky (Most Exotic), Bella Marie (Best Costume), Stocky (Best Tricks), Mini Pearl (Exotic/Best Costume honorable mention), Dr. Connors (returning participant), Kammie, Bree, Rowdy, Bandit, […]
Thanks to all of those that joined us for Dining to Make a Difference! This event was a huge success, raising over $41,000 for The Ion Center! It was a wonderful evening with 125 guests joining us at the Limestone Event Center in Maysville for food stations, open bar, auction, games, raffles, and more! One
We are blown away by another incredible Shop & Share! The generosity of our community is simply amazing! Thank you to everyone who made this day possible! All of you who showed up in Kroger stores and donated items, there is no way to fully show our appreciation, but we’re unbelievably thankful for you and
Toast for Hope was a huge success, raising $110,000!! It was a wonderful evening with 225 guests joining us at the Newport Car Barn. Throughout the night, guests enjoyed food stations (catered by The Delish Dish), an open bar, games, raffles, and amazing music by Floyd Live! w/Don Gauck. The Joe Pfeffer Award was presented to
For incoming college freshmen, the first couple of months should be full of excitement, nerves, and late nights. However, the reality for many students is this time period is the most dangerous when it comes to experiencing sexual assault. We call this period “The Red Zone”. The term was first introduced by Robin Warshaw in
On Friday 8/26/22, we had our second of a pair of Parking Lot Parties! These events were held to celebrate the anniversary of our name change. Take a look at the photos below, and also make sure take a look at the photos from our Grant County Parking Lot Party!
On Friday 8/19/22, we had our first of a pair of Parking Lot Parties! These events were held to celebrate the anniversary of our name change. This was out our Grant County office. Take a look at the photos, and then make sure to take look at the photos from the Gallatin County Parking Lot
It started as a painting, a mantra, and a silly play on words. One of our talented staff members painted a disco ball on her own time with the phrase “it’s above me now.” This simple saying was a personal reminder to try and let go of the things we can’t control. Stresses, anxieties, worries…they