Local Business, Pirates of Spanish Main Donate $500 to Cancer Care Programs
BRUNSWICK, Georgia: Dec. 7, 2010 – Downtown Brunswick business Beauty & Skin and the sorority Pirates of the Spanish Main held a special PINK products sale during the month of October with $500 in proceeds from specially marked products going to the Southeast Georgia Health System cancer care programs. The products included specially designed T-shirts promoting breast cancer awareness, pink bracelets with positive messages, pink rubber duckies and more. The Health System’s WOW mobile was also on hand outside the business on Oct. 23 to provide free blood pressure, blood glucose and bone density screenings. Pictured from left are: James A. Bishop, Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation Board of Directors Chairman; Michelle Morris, Health System Assistant Vice President; Alice Furtado, owner of Beauty & Skin; Katelynn Henderson, Beauty & Skin employee; DelRia Baisden, Health System Vice President; and Gary R. Colberg, FACHE, Health System President & CEO.