‘Filling the Boot’


Pat Cusick, Muscular Dystrophy Association executive director for central Ohio and West Virginia, and Kate Downing volunteer to accept donations Monday on Labor Day at the Washington Fire Department throughout the afternoon during the MDA Fill the Boot event. The bay doors on the fire house were open and residents could drive through to deliver their donation without ever leaving their car.

Pat Cusick, Muscular Dystrophy Association executive director for central Ohio and West Virginia, and Kate Downing volunteer to accept donations Monday on Labor Day at the Washington Fire Department throughout the afternoon during the MDA Fill the Boot event. The bay doors on the fire house were open and residents could drive through to deliver their donation without ever leaving their car.


Pat Cusick, Muscular Dystrophy Association executive director for central Ohio and West Virginia, and Kate Downing volunteer to accept donations Monday on Labor Day at the Washington Fire Department throughout the afternoon during the MDA Fill the Boot event. The bay doors on the fire house were open and residents could drive through to deliver their donation without ever leaving their car.

Pat Cusick, Muscular Dystrophy Association executive director for central Ohio and West Virginia, and Kate Downing volunteer to accept donations Monday on Labor Day at the Washington Fire Department throughout the afternoon during the MDA Fill the Boot event. The bay doors on the fire house were open and residents could drive through to deliver their donation without ever leaving their car.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/09/web1_20180903_130722.jpgPat Cusick, Muscular Dystrophy Association executive director for central Ohio and West Virginia, and Kate Downing volunteer to accept donations Monday on Labor Day at the Washington Fire Department throughout the afternoon during the MDA Fill the Boot event. The bay doors on the fire house were open and residents could drive through to deliver their donation without ever leaving their car.