Pink Ribbon Girls fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings


Nicole Osterhout, left to right, watches as her daughter Lilly Howell, 5, both of Sidney, learn to crawl under smoke guided by Deputy Fire Chief Cameron Haller. The exercise was in front of Buffalo Wild Wings which teamed up with the Sidney Fire Department and the Pink Ribbon Girls in the fight against breast cancer. 10% of proceeds from the sales at Buffalo Wild Wings for the day will go to the Pink Ribbon Girls. Lilly is also the daughter of Ramon Howell. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nicole Osterhout, left to right, watches as her daughter Lilly Howell, 5, both of Sidney, learn to crawl under smoke guided by Deputy Fire Chief Cameron Haller. The exercise was in front of Buffalo Wild Wings which teamed up with the Sidney Fire Department and the Pink Ribbon Girls in the fight against breast cancer. 10% of proceeds from the sales at Buffalo Wild Wings for the day will go to the Pink Ribbon Girls. Lilly is also the daughter of Ramon Howell. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News


Nicole Osterhout, left to right, watches as her daughter Lilly Howell, 5, both of Sidney, learn to crawl under smoke guided by Deputy Fire Chief Cameron Haller. The exercise was in front of Buffalo Wild Wings which teamed up with the Sidney Fire Department and the Pink Ribbon Girls in the fight against breast cancer. 10% of proceeds from the sales at Buffalo Wild Wings for the day will go to the Pink Ribbon Girls. Lilly is also the daughter of Ramon Howell. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Nicole Osterhout, left to right, watches as her daughter Lilly Howell, 5, both of Sidney, learn to crawl under smoke guided by Deputy Fire Chief Cameron Haller. The exercise was in front of Buffalo Wild Wings which teamed up with the Sidney Fire Department and the Pink Ribbon Girls in the fight against breast cancer. 10% of proceeds from the sales at Buffalo Wild Wings for the day will go to the Pink Ribbon Girls. Lilly is also the daughter of Ramon Howell. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2015/10/web1_SDN100115Cancer.jpgNicole Osterhout, left to right, watches as her daughter Lilly Howell, 5, both of Sidney, learn to crawl under smoke guided by Deputy Fire Chief Cameron Haller. The exercise was in front of Buffalo Wild Wings which teamed up with the Sidney Fire Department and the Pink Ribbon Girls in the fight against breast cancer. 10% of proceeds from the sales at Buffalo Wild Wings for the day will go to the Pink Ribbon Girls. Lilly is also the daughter of Ramon Howell. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News