Getting out the word |

Getting out the word

The Aspen Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation would like to recognize all who provided breast health screenings and helped with the Komen displays during the community health fairs this spring:

Cindy George and Brenda Seavy-Rice at Battlement Mesa; Ruth Belda, Mary Huffine, Victoria Kesler, Brian Kesler, Brenda Seavy-Rice, and Kris Swanson in Rifle; Mimi Baldwin, Becky Baptist, Judy Clock, Barbara Miller, Dr. Kevin Roley, and Dr. Kate Skaggs in Eagle; Kathy Feinsinger and Carol McGlochlin in Carbondale; and Nancy Adsit, Debbie Allred, Dr. Shelley Binkley, Kathy Feinsinger, Aubrey Glenn, Dr. Mary Glode, Dr. Leanne Kocher, Trish Kramer, Dr. James O’Donnell, Sandy Reed, and Bonnie VanHoose in Glenwood Springs.

And special thanks to the Eagle, Rifle and Carbondale Lions clubs, Grand River Hospital, Valley View Hospital, Planned Parenthood and Women’s Health Associates for their support and generosity.

Due to the efforts of these individuals and agencies, many hundreds were educated throughout the Roaring Fork Valley about breast health and the importance of early detection in the diagnosis of breast cancer.

Annette Roberts-Gray

Susan G. Komen Foundation, Aspen Affiliate

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