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Join the Abilene Cultural Affairs Council in honoring Abilene's own Jess Cagle, who was named editorial director of PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly this year. The 1983 Cooper High School graduate will receive a Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award. The evening is a fundraiser for the HeARTS for the ARTS grants. The evening starts with dinner with Jess at Prosperity Bank and piano music. At 8 p.m. at the Paramount Theatre, the award presentation and Jess Cagle's celebrity stories will take place. It concludes with desert on the stage. Tickets are $125 each for the entire evening or $20 for the Paramount portion and dessert.
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Bridgette R Holmes 325-643-3526 email@example.com
Janie Clements Industries/Center for Life Resources
ENTERS MEDLINE PINK GLOVE DANCE VIDEO COMPETITION AND NOW NEEDS YOUR VOTE
Winning video in national competition receives $15,000 donation to breast cancer charity of their choice
Brownwood TX Sept. 9, 2014 – Janie Clements Industries/Center for Life Resources
has officially entered the 2014 Medline Pink Glove Dance Competition for a chance to win a $15,000 donation to walker Cancer Center-Patient Assistance Fund and international social media attention. The filming may be over but these dedicated dancers need your vote!
The Medline Pink Glove Dance is the only campaign of its kind to bring together nearly 200,000 healthcare professionals, patients and communities to celebrate hope for a cure. It’s also the only competition to honor all who’ve been affected by the disease through the joy of dancing.
The fun and creative video features [insert details about your video] with [insert # of participants] dancing to Happy by Pharrell Willimas. The dancers are all wearing pink-colored exam gloves to support breast cancer prevention and to let those facing the disease know they are not alone.
“To think that 13 people joined together to make this video a reality is truly inspiring,” said Bridgette R Holmes “Our video is a meaningful and memorable way to remember, honor and support those dealing with breast cancer and we’re so excited to be part of this movement.”
Janie Clements Industries/Center for Life Resources partnered with Heartland Cruisers Car Club to create their video. Together, they have raised $2,550.00 for Walker Cancer Center-Patient Assistance Fund. To see Janie Clements Industries/Center for Life Resources video and the other entrants, go to www.pinkglovedance.com.
To vote for Janie Clements Industries/Center for Life Resources video, visit :
vote and share. Voting starts today and runs through Sept. 23. The winners will be announced Oct. 2.
"The passion and energy displayed by the thousands of participants is infectious and inspiring. They are all helping to make Medline's Pink Glove Dance a 'movement' in every sense of the word,” said Andy Mills, president of Medline.
History of Medline’s Pink Glove Dance
Back in 2009, Medline Industries, Inc. turned everyday exam gloves from green to pink and launched an aggressive breast cancer education campaign to help take the scary out of detection exams and remind nurses about the importance of creating a comfortable, friendly and open dialogue with their patients. A few years later, Medline created the Pink Glove Dance video competition, bringing together nearly 200,000 healthcare professionals, patients and communities to celebrate hope for a cure and honor all who have been affected by the disease through the joy of dancing. More than 20 million YouTube® views later, the Medline Pink Glove Dance competition has inspired more than 1,000 dance videos and raised nearly $2.5 million for breast cancer prevention and free mammograms for women in need through the National Breast Cancer Foundation and other charitable organizations across the country.
As the nation's largest privately held manufacturer and distributor of medical supplies, Medline is focused on helping to improve the quality of care for patients and residents. Breast cancer awareness is a natural extension of Medline’s corporate mission to help save lives through the early detection of breast cancer. Based in Mundelein, Ill., Medline manufactures and distributes more than 350,000 products to hospitals, extended care facilities, physician offices, surgery centers, home care dealers and agencies and other markets. Learn more at www.medline.com.
By welding together flat steel forms and inflating them with air, Cannings creates dynamic pieces with the permanence of steel and the softer, gentler form of fabric: pillowing, folding, stretching, seemingly temporary. His sculpture captures the popularity of inflated objects in our culture, representing cheap, disposable, fleeting, and iconic fun. Originally from England, Cannings earned a BFA and MFA in the United States. He is currently a professor at Texas Tech and exhibits all over the country. In the Jane Breed Gallery at the Center for Contemporary Arts, 220 Cypress Street. Open 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday, September l9 - October 25, 2014.