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‘Pink out’ for cancer

March 26, 2014
The Altoona Mirror

The second annual Mount Aloysius College Mounties "Pink Out" volleyball game in October raised more than $2,622 for the Windber Medical Center's Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center. The "Pink Out" is aimed at promoting better health for women through early detection of breast cancer, urging baseline and annual mammograms and breast self-exam. The effort involved students, staff and faculty from several departments, including athletics, controller, human resources, surgical technology, science and mathematics and student activities departments. Activities included T-shirt and teddy bear sales, concessions and raffles.

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Shown at the Jan. 25 check presentation are (from left): Mount Aloysius College President Tom Foley; Patty Felton, director, JMBCC; Theresa Brady, assistant professor of nursing and nursing simulation coordinator; Amanda Minor, chairperson of the Surgical Technology department; Amy Jeffords, director, foundation/communications, WMC; Tonia Gordon, director of human resources at Mount Aloysius College; Ann Booterbaugh, controller’s office; Brianna Baker, assistant athletic director and head coach of the Mount Aloysius volleyball team; Elaine Grant, director of student activities; and Barbara Cliff, president/CEO of WMC and member of the Mount Aloysius board.

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