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2014-15 Winners

$900 Be Aware! By the Ribbon Rappers MHS
$800 Don't Miss the Big Moments MHS
$700 The Ribbon MHS
$600 Life is a Journey MHS
$500 YOU can Prevent Breast Cancer MHS

2014-15 YouTube Hits (from 12/8/14 - 1/23/15)

$500 Be Aware! By the Ribbon Rappers MHS
$100 Don't Miss the Big Moments MHS

NOTE: Only videos that score higher than 70% are eligible for awards.


2013-14 Video Contest logo

Click the link below to view this years winner of the Breast Cancer Awareness Video Contest
from Centerville High School
on YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L71cv-ZcVtg

Dan Edwards and Kim Faris EmceesThe Breast Cancer Foundation and the Breast Cancer Task Force of the Greater Miami Valley presented the awards for their 6th annual Breast Cancer Awareness High School Video Contest on Sunday, February 9, at 2:00 p.m. at the Oakwood High School Auditorium. Dan Edwards of DJ Edwards Group and Kim Faris of Dayton’s Hot New Country B945 emceed the event. 

watching video

 

 

Winning videoStudents from 14 area high schools - Alter, Bellbrook, Centerville, Dayton Christian, Dixie, Dunbar, Fairmont, Miamisburg, Oakwood, Ponitz, Springboro, Stebbins, Valley View, and Xenia - entered more than 90 public service announcements featuring ways women can reduce their risk in the fight against breast cancer. Ten student team won scholarships ranging from $400 to $2,000. Each school will also be awarded $250 for its top entry, and five schools will win cash prizes for most YouTube hits. In addition, the school of the first place entry will win a cash prize of $1,000 for the sponsoring teacher.

The videos are posted on You Tube and can be easily accessed at http://www.breastcancertf.org/contest.html. For more information, contact the Video Contest Coordinator, Leigh Ann Fulford, at 937-294-3816. 


2012-13 Video Contest

Click the link below to view this years Breast Cancer Awareness Videos on YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/user/daytonbcpsa2012/videos?view=0

Dan Edwards and Kim FarisThe Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF) and the Breast Cancer Task Force of the Greater Miami Valley (BCTF) presented the awards for their 5th High School Breast Cancer Awareness Video Contest on Sunday, February 3rd, at 2:30 p.m.  Rave Cinemas at the Greene hosted the event free of charge, and WDTN’s Dan Edwards of Channel 2 News and Kim Faris of LITE 94.5 FM emceed the event.  

Aaron Morman, Chair of the BCTF, and James Hamilton, Chair of the BCF, handed out awards to students from 14 area high schools—Alter, Carroll, Centerville, Dunbar, Arron Morman and Jim HamiltonFairmont, Miamisburg, Northmont, Oakwood, Springboro, Stebbins, Stiver’s, Tippecanoe, Wayne, and West Carrollton—entered 75 public service announcements featuring the importance of knowing the difference between the myths and facts when it comes to fighting against breast cancer.  The videos were uploaded to YouTube and received more than 15,000 hits in many states and countries as well as the Dayton area. According to Hamilton, this contest is the most effective awareness campaign the two organizations have funded since they begun.

 

2012-2013 VVideo Contest winners
1st Place Winners - Oakwood High School

Local high school students won scholarships worth more than $14,000 collectively. 
Here is a list of the winners:

Top Ten scholarship winners:  
1st - $2,000

Don’t Believe the Myths
David Mudry

Oakwood High School

2nd - $1,500 The Truth
Samantha Davis
Miamisburg High School
3rd - $1,250 Never Thought It Would Happen
to Me

Sally McMillan
Oakwood High School
4th - $1,000 I Never Thought It Would Be Me
Alyssa Hustead
Miamisburg High School
5th - $900 Fight Like a Girl
Joshua Marino

Carroll High School

6th - $800 Awareness Man
Kaitlyn Haag
West Carrollton High School
7th - $700 Shed Some Light
Lauren Ragan
Stebbing High School
8th - $600 Facts of Breast Cancer
Tori Todd
Wayne High School
9th - $500 Family History
Brett Worrell
Centerville High School
10th - $400 Don't Forget the Men
Markus Neff
Oakwood High School
Video with the Most YouTube Hits  
1st - $500 Know Before It's Too Late
Sebastian Anthony Carr
Stebbing High School
2nd - $400 Breast Cancer Facts
Evan Padovani
Miamisburg High School
3rd - $300 Shed Some Light
Lauren RAgan
Stebbing High School
4th - $200 Fight Like a Girl
Johua Marino
Carroll High School
5th - $100 Awareness Man
Kaitlyn Haag
West Carrollton High School
School Awards - Top Videos from each school not in Top Ten
$250 Learn the Facts
Greta Wolking
Alter High School
$250 A Man's Myth
Walter Daniels
P.L. Dunbar High School
$250 One Life
Jennilea Schlegel
Fairmont High School
$250 The Truth About Breast Cancer 2
Charlotte Shade
Northmont High School
$250 Life is Like a Flame
Kristin Lotthammer
Springboro High School
$250 Breast Cancer PSA
Spencer Griffin
Stivers School of the Arts
$250 B & T Show
Todd Bloomer
Tippecanoe High School
Poster Contest Winner
$100 Evan Baker Oakwood High School

 


Below is the winning video for 2011-2012,
click here to go to YouTube to view all this years videos

The winners were announced at the Awards Ceremony March 4, 2012, 4-6pm,
at the Rave Cinema, The Greene

WDTN Channel 2 Morning Anchor Dan Edwards and LITE94.5 FM’s Kim FarisThe Breast Cancer Foundation and Breast Cancer Task Force of the Greater Miami Valley hosted the fourth annual Breast Cancer Video Contest that promotes breast health education and awareness in the Dayton community and beyond its borders. This year, they awarded $14,000 in scholarships and prizes. Every school that submited a video was guaranteed one winner. The first place winner of the contest received a $2,000 scholarship, and an additional $1,000 award for the sponsoring school with the traveling trophy to display in their school for the year!
Dan Edwards - WDTN's Morning Anchor, 2 News Sunrise Program and Kim Faris - Lite 94.5 FM emceed the event again this year.

2012 Video Contest kids

Top 10 scholarship winners:  
1st - $2,000 Saving Lives One Breast at a Time
Brittany Erhard
Miamisburg High School
2nd - $1,500 Know Your Risks
Khari Anthony
Centerville High School
3rd - $1,250

It's Not a Stalemate
Noah Faust

Oakwood High School
4th - $1,000 Beat the Monster
Grant Cothrel
Oakwood High School
5th - $900 Have a Care, Be Aware
Dana Reeves
Springboro High School
6th - $800 I Am Pink
Paul O'Neill
Oakwood High School
7th - $700 Are You at Risk?
Joseph Beach
Oakwood High School
8th - $600

Breast Cancer Does Not Discriminate
Carder Gilbert

Oakwood High School
9th - $500 Everyone Is at Risk
David Mudry
Oakwood High School
10th - $400 The Risks of Breast Cancer
Gabrielle Moore
Centerville High School
Most YouTube Hits:
1st - $500 Save Yourself, 1,539 hits Sean Sibbing - Stivers
2nd - $400 Have a Care, Be Aware, 913 hits Tommy Broderick, Jonathan Denney - Springboro HS
3rd - $300 We Can Survive!, 613 hits Tom Allen - Stebbins
4th - $200 Saving Lives One Breast at a Time, 470 hits Brittany Erhard - Miamisburg HS
5th - $100 Life's Precious, Be Aware, 465 hits Emma Ramsen - Bellbrook HS
The following videos also received scholarship awards during the day’s event:
$250 Don't Be a Statistic
Greta Wolking

Alter High School

$250 What Are the Odds?
Christine Baird, Leslie Irwin, Lizzie Halfpap, Rebeka Otto, Scotty McPherson, Joseph Marx, Dan Sher
Beavercreek High School
$250 Life's Precious, Be Aware
Emma Ramsen
Bellbrook High School
$250 At Risk
Keifer "Rudy" Moody
Centerville High School
$250 Get That Mammogram
Michael Fields
Dixie High School
$250 Beat Breast Cancer!
Ethan Campbell
Miamisburg High School
$250 Spread the Word
Emily Skill
Oakwood High School
$250 We Can Survive!
Thomas Allen
Stebbins High School
$250 Risks of a Pink Nature
Graham Fulmer
Stivers School of the Arts
$100 Poster Contest Winner - Grace Deal Oakwood High School

 

See highlights of past years Video Contests below


Video Contest

The Breast Cancer Foundation and the Breast Cancer Task Force of the Greater Miami Valley
presented the awards for its 3rd Student Breast Cancer Video Contest on
Sunday, April 17, at 3 p.m. at Oakwood High School

Below is the winning video, to view all the videos go to http://www.youtube.com/user/2010BreastCancerPSAs

2011 Participants

Kim Faris, 99.9 LITE FMDan Edwards, WDTN Channel 2WDTN Channel 2 Morning Anchor Dan Edwards and 99.9 LITE FM’s Kim Faris emceed the event. Approximately 80 students from six area high schools —Alter, Centerville, Miamisburg, Oakwood, Springboro and Stivers School for the Arts — entered 33 public service announcements featuring the importance and methods of early detection in the fight against breast cancer.

The following students won scholarships worth more than $10,000 collectively:

Top 10 scholarship winners:  
1st - $2,000 Breast Cancer Prevention 101
Dan Edwards and Andrew Chapman
Oakwood High School
2nd - $1,500 Breast Cancer PSA--Get Tested
Tessa Trozzolillo
Stiver's School for the Arts
3rd - $1,250

Remembering Life is Valuable
Andrew Chase, Paul O’Neal, David Mudry, Micaela Gerace

Oakwood High School
4th - $1,000 Stop Breast Cancer
Noah Faust, Isaac Faust
Oakwood High School
5th - $900 Play the Odds
Anthony Reser
Miamisburg High School
6th - $800 Keep on Going
Paul Bonifield
Miamisburg High School
7th - $700 A Woman of Faith
Raheem Ugdah
Miamisburg High School
8th - $600

Be Your Own Hero
Heidi Gentis, Julian Egona, Gwen Rix, Rebecca Gentis

Miamisburg High School
9th - $500 Life is Beautiful
John Fontaine
Miamisburg High School
10th - $400 How Would You Feel
Greta Wolking, Andy Cata
Alter High School
The following videos also received scholarship awards during the day’s event:
$250 CHS PSA Breast Cancer I
Kelsey Burr, Austin Woodall, Michael Kelly, Brandon Geyer, Macy Harris

Centerville High School

$250 It’s Not Just Women
Colin Twarets
Miamisburg High School
$250 Did You Know?
Brooks Thompson, Chris Munch
Oakwood High School
$250 Awareness is the Answer
Lucia Lu, Amanda Gilbert, Emily Adams, Alyssa Albert, Cassie Fieldkamp
Springboro High School

2009 Breast Cancer Student Video Contest

Below is the winning video.
To see all the videos go to www.YouTube.com and then do a search for DaytonBCTFPSA


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In 2008 YouTube contest conducted at
Oakwood and Miamisburg High Schools
Dayton Ohio

The Breast Cancer Foundation in Dayton sponsored this video contest at Oakwood and Miamisburg High Schools. Participants created short films that offer the audience an entertaining and interesting insight about Breast Cancer and the importance of having a screening mammogram. They were to highlight that cost is not a factor for good health because of organizations like The Breast Cancer Foundation and others, which provide free mammograms for women.

All films were up loaded (posted) to YouTube, and the film with the most Internet hits after 30 days at each school was the winner.

The Breast Cancer Foundation, established in 1993 in Dayton, Ohio, is a not for profit organization operated by volunteers who are dedicated to fighting breast cancer through education, early detection, and survivor support services.

Entry Title
Number of Hits
Oakwood Videos:  
Peace, Love, Cure 786
Facts 1249
Breast put you to rest 107
The Life You Save 3446
Feel Your Boobies 778
Be Aware 3880
Save the TaT as 271
   

Miamisburg Videos:

 
Tell Someone 457
I'll Never Forget  325
President Bush Takes on Breast Cancer  1249
Tell Someone About Breast Cancer 1047
Breast Cancer Awareness  424
Miss You Mommy  627
Close Call  330
The Facts  351
Kate and Carrie  598