Sunday, December 6, 2009

The Pink Glove Dance



Hi Everyone! The above video is so very cool. A friend sent it to me and it was sent to her by a friend. Here is what her friend wrote:


Our daughter-in-law, Emily (MacInnes) Somers, created, directed and
choreographed this in Portland last week for her Medline glove division as a
fundraiser for breast cancer awareness. This was all her idea to help
promote their new pink gloves. I don't know how she got so many employees,
doctors and patients to participate, but it started to really catch on and
they all had a lot of fun doing it.


When the video gets 1 million hits, Medline will be making a huge
contribution to the hospital, as well as offering free mammograms for the
community. Please check it out. It's an easy and great way to donate to a
wonderful cause, and who hasn't been touched by breast cancer?



I'm hoping that Medline is making donations at each 1 million mark!

**~** For Renee and Pat**~**

11 comments:

julie campbell said...

loved watching this Sue, bet they had a load of fun making it and what a great way to raise awareness ( and hopefully some donations !)
julie xxx

Zan Asha said...

Haha, that is wonderful, and such a wonderful cause! Wow, you're right, that's a pretty large staff--it seems like all of them were willing to be a part of this. Sure hope the video hits the million mark!

Kaerie Faerie said...

sooo fun, I just love it, doesn't everyone know that medical professionals are all nuts
Thanks for sharing
retired Med Tech
Karey

Pattee said...

Wow That was an wonderful video and it touched me so that so many kind people tood part and had fun.
I'll send this viedo to as many people I can so the one million mark will be very soon ~
Thanks for posting that Sue.
Pattee

Pearl said...

Your world is one of super creation! Wow I just loved the video and have heard raves about it so I am glad I finally got to see it, and to know my buddy's family made it how cool is that! Breast cancer awareness has never been so aware! I shall pass this on to all my buddies and family. Bless your daughter-in-law! What joy I got from this, it was to fun.

Diane MacNaughtan said...

What a wonderful, fun and touching video!
Thanks so much for sharing :)

~Diane

Caroline said...

A good cause and fun, thanks for posting Sue! :)

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

hurrah - I'm so glad it worked!

The pink glove dance is so cute - and I just adore that little girl with the gas mask...what an image!!!

Plain-n-Simple! said...

Wow how wonderful, everyday people and all walks of life , how touching this actually gave me tears of joy!!!!!

How precious it is!
Jackie

All My Yesterdays said...

My sis in law just got a clean 5 year biopsy testing and we're all so glad for her. I put this on my FB and will share it with others also. What a fun video and what a great cause. Hope they win....

Are you curious about me? said...

Hi Sue

This is a wonderful post, my family have a long brest cancer history, going back three generations. Grandmother, mother and my sister, this means that all of the daughters coming down from my grandmothers side are considered to be in a 'high risk' catagory.

Last week it was my appoinment - good news - all clear, and on Tuesday it's my daughters 1st appointment at the family history clinic, I shall tell her about the pink glove dance while I hold her hand.

Your daughter-in-law must be a very special girl, please give her a big 'thank you' from our family raising the World's awareness to this hidious cancer.

Thank you Sue for passing on this wonderfull video.