Inviting women to an inspirational and free fun-filled pink event are, seated from left,
Larry McCoullough, MD, Obstetrician and Gynecologist and Edwin Acosta, MD, Radiologist.
Back row, from left, Patty Dawsey, Community Relations/Resource Development,
Danielle Romano, LPN, Community Health Associates LLC, Terri Perry, Radiology Office Manager and
Jeff Russell, Director of Marketing and Development.
In celebration of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Memorial Hospital is offering
a free "Paint the Town Pink" Girls' Night Outů with Pizzazz on Tuesday, October 23
from 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the Towanda High School Auditorium.
"We are looking forward to providing a relaxing and fun-filled evening for women
in our community," says Patty Dawsey, Memorial Hospital Community Relations Representative.
"We invite women to put their pink on, gather all the wonderful women in their lives and
come out and enjoy the experience together. Guests will enjoy live grand piano music,
a complimentary health fair and chocolate fountain with dessert bar, refreshments and more."
Featured presenters for the evening include: Edwin Acosta, MD, Radiologist,
speaking about "Full Field Digital Mammography and You" and Larry McCoullough, MD, OB/GYN,
offering "Your Early Detection Plan, Taking Care of You".
"The Paint the Town Pink Girls' Night Outů with Pizzazz is all about
celebrating life with friends and family," says Dawsey.
The health fair will feature a wide variety of interesting opportunities such as:
warm, soothing paraffin hand dips with massage; a Zumba demonstration by the
Bradford County YMCA, blood pressure screening, bone density screening,
strength grip testing, American Cancer Society representatives and information,
CrossFit fitness demonstrations, Towanda High School Medical Career Club students,
PA Breast Cancer Coalition, Guthrie Cancer Center, Northern Tier Counseling,
The Main Link, Maternal & Family Health Services, Clinical Outcomes Group,
Inc.-Tobacco Cessation, Mental Health Associates, Abuse Rape & Crisis Center,
Coalition for Cancer Prevention and more.
The evening is sponsored by Memorial Hospital's Foundation; a Community
Partnership Grant provided by the American Cancer Society Making Strides
Against Breast Cancer; and many generous contributions from individuals
and supportive businesses.
Registration is not necessary, only suggested. Please call
Patty Dawsey at 268-2493 to register for this free program or
email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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