In Vermont, we know first-hand what a community of people can
achieve when its residents come together to rally around a cause.
So, when Rutland Area Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice
(RAVNAH) committed to making our Pink Glove Dance video to draw
attention to breast cancer awareness and prevention, we invited our
neighbors to participate and rally around this important cause.
RAVNAH wants to thank those who made this year's production of
the Pink Glove Dance such a huge success: The staff at Rutland
Regional Medical Center, Michael Valentine and Stacy Bates at PEG
TV, Lisa Tracy, choreographer, Richard Rivers at the Vermont State
Fair, Rutland Regional Ambulance, Rutland City Firemen, Rutland
City Police, Rutland Recreation Department, Rutland City Board of
Alderman, Lothrop School faculty, Michael Coppinger from the
Downtown Partnership, Scott Switzer of Video Unlimited, Rutland
Herald, Comcast, Catamount Radio, Baker Distributing, Creed Ice,
Emily Owens, Lauren Quintana and of course all of RAVNAH's
employees who participated.
Special thanks go out to all the community members, especially
those breast cancer survivors, who came to dance in the Community
Pink Glove Dance at the Rutland fairgrounds on August 25.
RAVNAH has submitted the video to a national competition in
hopes of winning $10,000 for the breast care center at Rutland
Regional Medical Center. Our friends, families, neighbors and
co-workers can make it happen. Please vote and encourage
others to vote for RAVNAH's Pink Glove Dance, online at
www.pinkglovedance.com starting October 12. Thank you.
On behalf of our RAVNAH staff,
Laura Vien, Rutland