Eidsvold Hospital staff (back) Karen Wyatt, Karen Hansen, Tammy Bowling, Elsa Mesner, Donna Pope, Katrina Williams, George Pashalis, Ray Holdway with (front) Norma Hastings and Merle Summers go pink for breast cancer awareness.
Eidsvold Hospital staff (back) Karen Wyatt, Karen Hansen, Tammy Bowling, Elsa Mesner, Donna Pope, Katrina Williams, George Pashalis, Ray Holdway with (front) Norma Hastings and Merle Summers go pink for breast cancer awareness.

Going pink at Eidsvold

EIDSVOLD Hospital staff have thrown their support behind Pink Ribbon Day, raising funds for breast cancer.

A staff morning tea took the “pink” theme to a whole new level.

Staff wore a range of pink clothes, which included a pink boa, butterfly wings, shirts and scarves.

Eidsvold Hospital nursing acting director Allison Coe said the event had a serious side by increasing the awareness of breast cancer.

“The funds raised will go towards vital research into the causes and a potential cure for breast cancer,” Ms Coe said.



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