Each September, the nation recognizes prostate cancer awareness month to help defeat the third leading cause of cancer deaths among men. An estimated 29,430 husbands, sons, brothers, fathers, and grandfathers will lose their lives to prostate cancer in 2018.

An Ohio resident has been hard at work to ensure that these proclamations are renewed annually. Linda Hoetger has spoken with local leaders to remind communities of the pain and suffering of prostate cancer. As a result, Mayors, Legislators, City Council Members, and Town/Village managers and County Commissioners will issue a proclamation or resolution declaring September prostate cancer awareness month.

Monday, August 21, 2017

Kingston, New York 2017

Ray was born in Kingston, New York so it is only fitting that I asked the Mayor of his State to support prostate cancer in September!

Kent, Ohio 2017

Senator Jay Hottinger 2017

Thank you Senator Jay Hottinger for your support with raising awareness for Prostate Cancer in September.

Monday, August 14, 2017

Gahanna., Ohio 2017

Thank you Mayor Tom Kneeland and the City of Gahanna for your support with raising awareness for prostate cancer! On August 26th the Proclamation will be on display a the ZERO Run/Walk at the Central Ohio Urology Group, 701 Tech Center Drive. I will have it at the ZERO table along with the Resolutions from Governor Kasich and Lt.Governor Tayler and from the Columbus City Council. Stop by and see them and meet Petey and I!

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

West Carrollton, Ohio 2017

Thank you Mayor Jeff Sanner and West Carrolton City Council for your support in raising awareness for Prostate Cancer. 
Thank you Ken and Robert for attending and accepting the Proclamation! 
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Every year we attend the Summit in Washington, DC with ZERO The End OF Prostate Cancer. We have been attending since 2012. If you have never attended before I highly recommend it. It's a great way to have your voice heard on Capitol Hill and speak with Elected Officials from your state. And share your Journey with the Elected Officials to encourage their vote to keep research and funding in the FY Budget! This year the budget was increased from $80 Million to $90 Million and I can say that someone is listening!

Come join us in 2018

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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Carroll, Ohio 2017

Dayton, Ohio 2017

Pickerington, Ohio 2017

Thank you City of  Pickerington, Ohio for your support and continued support in raising awareness for prostate cancer! And Thank you Mayor Gray for remembering Petey! Now you have your own Prostate Pete to help raise awareness too. He is a great conservation starter.