Vail Health Magazine 2013 - page 61

The Vail Valley Medical Center Family Dinner Dance
began over 32 years ago, on the birthday of Mrs. Thelma
Brittan. The family event includes a live and silent
auction, a family portrait station, kids play center and of
course, lots of dancing. The annual event raised $506,613
this year, which will partially fund the purchase of a new
linear acceleration at Shaw Regional Cancer Center ­—
the most advanced way to delivery radiation treatment.
Family Dinner Dance
Top Left: The Woodland
Family helps Dad (Dr. Chip
Woodland) recover during
the busy holidays; Above:
Sara and Mike Charles;
Left: Dr. Jeff Brown and
his wife, Meg, enjoy the
music of Funkiphino.
For the ladies of Cordillera,
rallying for breast cancer isn’t a
new thing. They have been put-
ting on Cordillera’s Pad the Bra
for nine years now and each year
it gets even better! Pad the Bra
auctioned off home rentals, a ski
day with an Olympian, a week in
Bali, golf lessons, a zipline party
and more, raising $45,000 for
Shaw Regional Cancer Center.
Pad the Bra
Above: Event host, Craig Foley, poses with Cathy Hanson (left)
and Hazel Murray. Mr. Foley is the first, and best looking man to
host Pad the Bra; Right: Guest Andie Ohde gets a pink cosmo
from bartender Bart Sigler. Paul Wertin of Alpine Ice created
the drink-chilling ribbon sculpture.
our crowd
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