2012-09-28 / Community

SJEH Raising Funds ForACS Breast CancerWalk


At right: A “Pink Night Out” was held by the staff of St. John’s Episcopal Hospital on Saturday, September 1, at the Knights of Columbus Hall to raise funds for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Walk. Pointing to the chart showing more than $6,500 raised by that date are (left to right): Gerri Martens; Patricia Gillespie; Kathy Garcia; Nicole Mendez; Lorraine Gabbola; LuAnn Madden; and Patricia Frye. At right: A “Pink Night Out” was held by the staff of St. John’s Episcopal Hospital on Saturday, September 1, at the Knights of Columbus Hall to raise funds for the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Walk. Pointing to the chart showing more than $6,500 raised by that date are (left to right): Gerri Martens; Patricia Gillespie; Kathy Garcia; Nicole Mendez; Lorraine Gabbola; LuAnn Madden; and Patricia Frye. St. John’s Episcopal Hospital is a sponsor of the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk that will be held on Sunday, October 21, at Jones Beach. Staff has been very busy and has raised more than $7,100 to date to benefit ACS through cupcake sales and other fundraising events.



At “Pink Day,” employees at SJEH raised funds for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk through a Duck for a Buck game held at the Hospital on Wednesday, September 12. Participants included (left to right): Lorraine Gabbola; Maria O’Gara; Ingrid Purcell; and Michael Hudson-Aaron. At “Pink Day,” employees at SJEH raised funds for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk through a Duck for a Buck game held at the Hospital on Wednesday, September 12. Participants included (left to right): Lorraine Gabbola; Maria O’Gara; Ingrid Purcell; and Michael Hudson-Aaron.

SJEH staff donned pink for Pink Day held on Wednesday, September 12. SJEH staff donned pink for Pink Day held on Wednesday, September 12.

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