From pink feathers
flying around Ashley River Tower to water
splashing past dragon boats in Charleston
Harbor, the filming of MUSC's Pink Glove
video brought out people's passion to
support a good cause. Anyone can go online
to vote and help MUSC win $10,000 in
Medline's Pink Glove Dance Contest.
Lancaster, from left, Dr. Marilyn
Schaffner and Carol Lane film at Holling's
The video helps to
raise awareness of breast cancer. About
200 employees participated in the filming
that used more than 10 locations,
including satellite office MUSC Health
Children Services Administration, preps
her pet therapy dog, Drummer.
To see the fun and the
dance of pet therapy dog Drummer, visit http://bit.ly/MUSC_Pink_Glove_Vote.
Employees at Ashley
River Tower don boas for their dance.
in the medical center operating room make
the shape of a pink ribbon with gloves and
pom poms to raise awareness for breast