Mount Aloysius “Pink Out” Supports the JMBCC

Pressing the message that early detection of breast cancer is the best road to a cure; Mount Aloysius College helped the Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber’s Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center spread the word. The Fourth Annual Mounties Pink Out volleyball game and other activities, including t-shirt sales, a basket party, concessions and raffles, raised $3,937.56 this year for the Joyce Murtha Breast Care Center (JMBCC) at Windber Medical Center.

The full-court press against breast cancer was a cooperative Mount Aloysius effort involving students, staff and faculty from several department including: Athletics, Controller, Human Resources, Surgical Technology, Science and Mathematics, and Student Activities Departments at the College.

Pictured, left to right: Keirsten Brode and Kaylie McMullen, Surgical Technology students; Amanda Minor, Surgical Technology instructor; Erin Goins, JMBCC director; Kim Oleksa, Chan Soon-Shiong Medical Center at Windber development/fundraising coordinator; Alyssa Walters, Brenna CSSIMMWght, and Kassidy Shumaker, volleyball players; Brianna Baker, assistant athletic director and head volleyball coach; Kaitlyn McCandless, Surgical Technology student.