Paint Tusc Pink in October

Union Hospital and the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce are co-sponsoring the 3rd annual Paint Tusc Pink program during October. The month-long series of events takes place during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

 

DOWNLOAD Paint Tusc Pink WINDOW SIGNS

Small Sign (8 1/2 x 11) click HERE

Large Sign (11 x 17) click HERE

PRINT A SIGN AND POST IN YOUR WINDOW

Paint Tusc Pink Kickoff Event ? Chamber Business After Hours

Thursday, October 4 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Union Hospital WorkWell Occupational Medicine & Workplace Wellness

Oxford Medical Building, 340 Oxford St., in Dover

Tickets are $10.  Call the Tusc. Chamber office, (330) 343-4474, to make reservations.

 

Throughout October?

         

Paint Tusc Pink Window Displays

Area businesses, schools, and organizations can help to Paint Tusc Pink by creating pink window, door, and lawn displays in October.  If you let us know about your PTP display we will come and take a photo for posting on our Facebook page.  Contact Pam Dummermuth, coord. of community health and wellness at UH by e-mail at:  pamelad@unionhospital.org or by phone at (330) 602-0779.   Download Paint Tusc Pink window signs from this page.  Click on the link above.

 

Scare Away Breast Cancer Scarecrow Contest

Create a 4 to 7 foot tall scarecrow design to show support for Breast Cancer Awareness month and Paint Tusc Pink.  $10 entry fee to benefit the Tusc. Co. Clinic for the Working Uninsured.  Scarecrows will be displayed in front of UH during October.  For entry form and more information e-mail:  brittanyb@unionhospital.org

 

Paint Tusc Pink Events in October?

 

Chris Spielman ? ?Strength in Commitment?

Tuesday, October 16 ? 7:00 p.m. at KSU Tusc Founders Hall Auditorium

Free tickets at the UH Corner Shop Gift Shop and New Phila Buehler's Supermarket.  Chris Spielman, former OSU and professional football all-pro player brings a very personal and inspirational message to his audiences.  After the program Chris will greet audience members, be available for photographs, and autograph his book.

 

Times Reporter ? ?Pink Edition?

The TR will be printed on pink paper Wednesday, October 17 in recognition of Paint Tusc Pink and Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

 

Community Walking Program ?Goes Pink?

Friday, October 19, 9 to 11 a.m. at New Towne Mall Food Court.  UH Health and Wellness nurses will Go Pink, encouraging signups in the Community Walking Program, offering free health screenings.  Show your support for breast cancer awarensss!

 

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

Sunday, Oct. 28 at 10 a.m., McKinley High School, Canton.  Form a team and join at www.cancer.org/stridesonline or donate to the Union Hospital Breast Imaging Team.

 

 

 

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