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Come One, Come All

Come join us to promote breast cancer awareness around the world. Be a part of the UT Pink Glove dance video and strengthen our chance to give back to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. You do not have to be a dancer to participate.  Trust me, I am not a dancer. 

Come have fun with us tomorrow, September 7th, at 3pm at the South Y at the Morse Center on the Health Science Campus. The Morse Center is located on the 3rd floor of Dowling Hall. We need all to participate in our competition. Email Angel Brazzel at angel.brazzel@rockets.utoledo.edu to RSVP or for any questions.

For more information, you can visit the Pink Glove Dance website.

is is originally from Frederick, Maryland and has a passion for childhood obesity. She is a certified AFAA personal trainer. Rachael recently received her master's degree in Public Health. Rachael also received her Bachelor's degree in Exercise Science: Applied and Clinical Physiology in Summer 2011. In her spare time, Rachael enjoys running, playing tennis, and being active. Rachael is currently a wellness specialist in the Office of Community Wellness and Health Promotion at UT.
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2 Responses to “Come One, Come All”

  1. Felicia Guerrero Says:

    Thanks for spreading the word Rachael…this an awesome and fun project!

  2. Esther Fabian Says:

    I just made my debut this afternoon. Can’t wait to see the final product!

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