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Marilyn Spink, SCN, Rebecca Miles, SCN, Sharon Gray, SCN, Elizabeth Blandford, SCN, Sharon Cook SCNA, Sharan Benton, Liz Bindner, Anne Bindner

Presentation Academy’s 2013 Tower Awards event was held October 3rd in Louisville. The Lifetime Achievement award went to the founding members of the House of Ruth (listed above).

Founded by eight long-time friends, four SCNs and four former members, House of Ruth incorporated on August 6, 1992. They united around an unmet social service need locally – women and their children who were
infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. The service population has expanded to include men living with HIV/AIDS. The name “House of Ruth” is a reference to the biblical Book of Ruth. The name symbolizes love and mercy for all people.

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