Support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Pictured are back row: Eddie Corbin, resident; Ken Briles, restorative therapy; middle row: Christina Gillenwater, nurse; Cameo Marquez, CNA; Heidi Crawshaw, CNA; Lindsey Gottbehuet, CNA; Lucy Chaco, housekeeping; Mindy Montague, administrator; Arnell McClellan, CNA; Martha Enriguez, CNA; Penny Nation, physical therapy; Ashley Allen, CNA; Grace Gonzales, CNA and front row: Rae Gottbehuet, Lindsey’s daughter; Priscilla Martinez; resident and Michelle Laverdiere, nurse/nursing student who is helping to coordinate the fundraiser.

The veterans and staff at the Colorado State Veterans Center at Homelake are pictured showing their support for the TSJC Nursing Program and The SLV Health Cancer Center in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Local Alamosa company, Primo Printing, provided shirts at cost to the TSJC Nursing Program students, who are selling them through October. The t-shirts are a fundraiser for both the nursing program and the cancer center, with a portion of what is earned going to the SLV Cancer Center and a portion going to TSJC Nursing students to offset the costs for clinicals, travel and other unexpected educational expenses. The shirts were featured at SLV Health’s Smash and Dash, where the nursing students also sold “Stay in the Fight” bracelets for the cancer center. To purchase a t-shirt, contact the TSJC Nursing Program. Pictured are back row: Eddie Corbin, resident; Ken Briles, restorative therapy; middle row: Christina Gillenwater, nurse; Cameo Marquez, CNA; Heidi Crawshaw, CNA; Lindsey Gottbehuet, CNA; Lucy Chaco, housekeeping; Mindy Montague, administrator; Arnell McClellan, CNA; Martha Enriguez, CNA; Penny Nation, physical therapy; Ashley Allen, CNA; Grace Gonzales, CNA and front row: Rae Gottbehuet, Lindsey’s daughter; Priscilla Martinez; resident and Michelle Laverdiere, nurse/nursing student who is helping to coordinate the fundraiser.


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