Surry ‘Goes Pink’ raises breast cancer awareness


Surry Community College students, staff and faculty were able to learn about breast cancer prevention and raise money for breast cancer awareness during October. SCC groups raised $350 for the American Cancer Society through the Lee Denim Day and selling luminaries. Other activities raised $110 for Susan G. Komen. Also, the SCC volleyball team held a Dig Pink game in October against Guilford Technical Community College and won in three sets. The Surry Knights players gave away door prizes between sets, sold event T-shirts, and accepted donations to raise money. Players are, front row, from left, Brittany Zeller, Cassie Palmer and Karli Bullins; back row, Coach Jan Marion-Kiser, Cheyenne Kota, Kaitlin Kidd, Morgan Hawks, Jessi Marion, Kacie Markle, Haley Hartman and Assistant Coach Brittany Tolbert.


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Elizabeth Miller with Susan G. Komen Northwest NC uses a wheel to educate in an interactive way.


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SCC Cosmetology students, from left, Contessa Gentry, Haven Mosley and Allysa Bridge, paint different shades of pink on fingernails during the event to raise money for breast cancer awareness.


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Missy Church with Hugh Chatham Mammography Department, right, talks with students about preventative measures.


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Medical Assisting students Monica Rangal, Maggie Rojas-Laja, Avi Villicana, Margarita Cortez and Ana Nunez show their support by attending the Surry Goes Pink event.


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Surry Community College students, staff and faculty were able to learn about breast cancer prevention and raise money for breast cancer awareness during October. SCC groups raised $350 for the American Cancer Society through the Lee Denim Day and selling luminaries. Other activities raised $110 for Susan G. Komen. Also, the SCC volleyball team held a Dig Pink game in October against Guilford Technical Community College and won in three sets. The Surry Knights players gave away door prizes between sets, sold event T-shirts, and accepted donations to raise money. Players are, front row, from left, Brittany Zeller, Cassie Palmer and Karli Bullins; back row, Coach Jan Marion-Kiser, Cheyenne Kota, Kaitlin Kidd, Morgan Hawks, Jessi Marion, Kacie Markle, Haley Hartman and Assistant Coach Brittany Tolbert.

Elizabeth Miller with Susan G. Komen Northwest NC uses a wheel to educate in an interactive way.

SCC Cosmetology students, from left, Contessa Gentry, Haven Mosley and Allysa Bridge, paint different shades of pink on fingernails during the event to raise money for breast cancer awareness.

Missy Church with Hugh Chatham Mammography Department, right, talks with students about preventative measures.

Medical Assisting students Monica Rangal, Maggie Rojas-Laja, Avi Villicana, Margarita Cortez and Ana Nunez show their support by attending the Surry Goes Pink event.

Surry Community College students, staff and faculty were able to learn about breast cancer prevention and raise money for breast cancer awareness during October. SCC groups raised $350 for the American Cancer Society through the Lee Denim Day and selling luminaries. Other activities raised $110 for Susan G. Komen. Also, the SCC volleyball team held a Dig Pink game in October against Guilford Technical Community College and won in three sets. The Surry Knights players gave away door prizes between sets, sold event T-shirts, and accepted donations to raise money. Players are, front row, from left, Brittany Zeller, Cassie Palmer and Karli Bullins; back row, Coach Jan Marion-Kiser, Cheyenne Kota, Kaitlin Kidd, Morgan Hawks, Jessi Marion, Kacie Markle, Haley Hartman and Assistant Coach Brittany Tolbert.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_PINK-GAME_FALL2015-Photo-5.jpegSurry Community College students, staff and faculty were able to learn about breast cancer prevention and raise money for breast cancer awareness during October. SCC groups raised $350 for the American Cancer Society through the Lee Denim Day and selling luminaries. Other activities raised $110 for Susan G. Komen. Also, the SCC volleyball team held a Dig Pink game in October against Guilford Technical Community College and won in three sets. The Surry Knights players gave away door prizes between sets, sold event T-shirts, and accepted donations to raise money. Players are, front row, from left, Brittany Zeller, Cassie Palmer and Karli Bullins; back row, Coach Jan Marion-Kiser, Cheyenne Kota, Kaitlin Kidd, Morgan Hawks, Jessi Marion, Kacie Markle, Haley Hartman and Assistant Coach Brittany Tolbert. Submitted photo

Elizabeth Miller with Susan G. Komen Northwest NC uses a wheel to educate in an interactive way.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Surry-Goes-Pink-1.jpgElizabeth Miller with Susan G. Komen Northwest NC uses a wheel to educate in an interactive way. Submitted photo

SCC Cosmetology students, from left, Contessa Gentry, Haven Mosley and Allysa Bridge, paint different shades of pink on fingernails during the event to raise money for breast cancer awareness.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Surry-Goes-Pink-2.jpgSCC Cosmetology students, from left, Contessa Gentry, Haven Mosley and Allysa Bridge, paint different shades of pink on fingernails during the event to raise money for breast cancer awareness. Submitted photo

Missy Church with Hugh Chatham Mammography Department, right, talks with students about preventative measures.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Surry-Goes-Pink-3.jpgMissy Church with Hugh Chatham Mammography Department, right, talks with students about preventative measures. Submitted photo

Medical Assisting students Monica Rangal, Maggie Rojas-Laja, Avi Villicana, Margarita Cortez and Ana Nunez show their support by attending the Surry Goes Pink event.
http://elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Surry-Goes-Pink-4.jpgMedical Assisting students Monica Rangal, Maggie Rojas-Laja, Avi Villicana, Margarita Cortez and Ana Nunez show their support by attending the Surry Goes Pink event. Submitted photo
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