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St. Luke Health Services Supports the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Staff at St. Luke Health Services held a benefit for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, during National MS Awareness Week.

Pictured taking part in the St. Luke “Casual Dress Day” in support of the National Multiple Awareness Week are St. Luke Health Services staff members (left to right) Brandy Fleishman, RN; Bev Aubin, RN; Theresa Makin, Assistant Director of Nursing; Mary Anne Sackman, Social Worker; Elizabeth Nesbitt, RN; Vicky Nelson, RN; Kathy Michaud, RN; and Cathy Maxam, RN. For a donation, St. Luke staff was able to “dress casually” at work for the day. All proceeds benefited the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter.
Pictured taking part in the St. Luke “Casual Dress Day” in support of the National Multiple Awareness Week are St. Luke Health Services staff members (left to right) Brandy Fleishman, RN; Bev Aubin, RN; Theresa Makin, Assistant Director of Nursing; Mary Anne Sackman, Social Worker; Elizabeth Nesbitt, RN; Vicky Nelson, RN; Kathy Michaud, RN; and Cathy Maxam, RN. For a donation, St. Luke staff was able to “dress casually” at work for the day. All proceeds benefited the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter.

For a small monetary donation, staff was able to “dress casually” at work for the day in support of the National MS Society.

“MS is a disease of many faces, ages and levels of function and more prevalent in the community than one might expect,” said Mary Anne Sackman, Social Worker at St. Luke and the event organizer. “The National Multiple Sclerosis Society Upstate New York Chapter appreciates the support of the St. Luke staff during MS Awareness week.”