Remembering Aril Bryant
Honesdale’s Lady Hornets made sure one of their own would be remembered when they made a donation in Aril Bryant’s name to help others fight the disease that claimed her young life, breast cancer. The high school basketball team donated a portion of funds raised from their annual Think Pink Game, $2076, to the Wayne Memorial Women’s Imaging Center. The Imaging Center offers digital mammogram screenings, which, according to the American Cancer Society can often find breast cancer at an early stage, when treatment is most likely to be successful. Aril Bryant was a bright light on the Honesdale basketball scene who went on to play varsity hoops at Muhlenberg College. She passed away in 2013 at the age of 30. The Lady Hornets dedicated this year’s game against Scranton Prep to “Shootin’ for the Cure.” Wayne Memorial Health Foundation, which accepted the check from Friends of Honesdale Girls Basketball, thanked the ladies for their hard work and thoughtfulness.
Photo front row, left to right: Karen Barchak, RT, (M); Corinne Casazza; Jane Case (Aril Bryant’s Mom); Pilar Beam, Hornets Coach; Camden Bannan; Natalie Tamblyn; Sarah Keast; Matia Schwab. Back Row: Rob Brzuchalski, CRA, RT, RDMS, Imaging Services manager; Art Bryant (Aril’s Dad); Emily Theobald; Karli Martin; Courtney Varcoe; Alexa Jones; Caroline Tuman; G. Richard Garman, executive director WMH Foundation; Alexis Pfeil; WMH CEO David Hoff.
Jeanne M. Gieckel Public Relations Assistant Wayne Memorial Health System, Inc. 601 Park Street Honesdale, PA 18431 570-253-8620 Fax: 570-253-8993 email@example.com www.wmh.org Like us on Facebook