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  • Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Photo provided Select Health of South Carolina associates, led by the Medicaid managed care organization’s Bright Start® prenatal program and Employee Activity Committee (EAC), rallied in support of the March of Dimes’ annual March for Babies, raising $2,160.95 to help prevent premature births, birth defects and infant mortality.   Internal fundraising activities included donations to participate in the company’s “Spirit Week,” the sale of T-shirts, baked goods and hotdogs as well as a “Purses for Premies” resale program. In addition, more than 60 Select Health “Walking Warriors” participated in the Charleston March for Babies. Matching funds from Select Health increased the donation to $4,321.90.   (L-R) Select Health associates Sarah Griffin, care connector and Goose Creek resident; Maribel Vlahogiannis, executive assistant, EAC member and Goose Creek resident; Joel Baumgardner, technical support supervisor, EAC chairperson and “Walking Warriors” team lead; Keri Moore, care manager and Summerville resident; Tania Cragg, supervisor of integrated care management, EAC member and Ladson resident; and Cindy Helling, executive director, presented the donation to Mary Whiteside, community director, March of Dimes.

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Select Health of South Carolina associates raised $2,160.95 for the March of Dimes’ annual March for Babies, which works to prevent premature births, birth defects and infant mortality. Matching funds from Select Health increased the donation to $4,321.90. Select Health associates Sarah Griffin (from left), Maribel Vlahogiannis, Joel Baumgardner, Keri Moore, Tania Cragg and Cindy Helling presented the donation to March of Dimes Community Director Mary Whiteside.

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