Climbing for a cause


Barb Slone | Xenia Gazette The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.


Participants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.


Barb Slone | Xenia Gazette The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.


Participants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.


Barb Slone | Xenia Gazette

The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.

Participants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.

Barb Slone | Xenia Gazette

The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.

Participants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.

Barb Slone | Xenia Gazette The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/09/web1_10-1.jpgBarb Slone | Xenia Gazette The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.

Participants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/09/web1_11-1.jpgParticipants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.

Barb Slone | Xenia Gazette The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/09/web1_13-1.jpgBarb Slone | Xenia Gazette The fourth Premier Health Yellow Springs 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb took place Sept. 9 at Antioch College. It served as an avenue to honor 9/11 victims as well as raise funds to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. It drew 128 climbers and raised more than $23,000 last year. It drew an additional 150 climbers this year.

Participants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.
http://www.xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2017/09/web1_4-1.jpgParticipants carried a card with a fallen police officer or firefighter who lost their life during 9/11.