|Mount Aloysius Invites You to "Block Out" Cancer at Annual Pink Out||10/3/2013|
Cresson, Pa. – Pressing the message that early detection of breast cancer is the best road to a cure; Mount Aloysius College is joining forces with Windber Medical Center’s Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center. The public is invited to the “Pink Out” Volleyball game scheduled for Wednesday, October 16th at 7:00 p.m. The event will be held in the Mount Aloysius Athletic Health and Fitness Center on campus as the Lady Mountie take on Franciscan University.
Mount Aloysius College’s Director of Human Resources Tonia Gordon said that MAC’s “Pink Out” Volleyball game is a great way to spread the word about early detection. “Whether you’re a women or a man, breast cancer affects all of our lives,” she said. “The best way to protect yourself and your loved ones is to follow the guidelines for early detection including monthly self-exam and baseline mammograms.”
Highlights of the “Pink Out Game,“ will include giveaways, refreshments and raffles. The evening will be lots of fun and everyone is invited.
There is no charge for admission. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Windber Medical Center’s Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center.
Caption: Mount Aloysius Pink Out Team readies the Athletic Health and Fitness Center for the College second annual Pink Out Volleyball Game scheduled for annual October 16th. First row, from left are: MAC Volleyball team members Jamie Snedder, a physical therapy assistant major from Carrolltown, Pa., and Megan Ruddock, a psychology major from Indiana, Pa. Second row, from left are: Theresa Brady, RN, nursing faculty; Kathy Hoyne, medical lab technology clinical coordinator; Cheryl Kowalczyk, MSN, RN, CMA; Amanda Minor, surgical technology program director and Tonia Gordon, director of human resources at Mount Aloysius College. Third row, from left, are: Brianna Baker, assistant athletic director and head volleyball coach; Jeananne Campbell, a surgical technology major from Vinco, Pa.; Ericca Cadwallader, a surgical technology major from Cassandra, Pa.; Sandy Nypaver, science and mathematics instructor; Ann Booterbaugh, controller’s office, and Elaine Grant, MAC student activities director.