2012 Denim Day


Change for a Cure


The University participates in the Lee National Denim Day Campaign for breast cancer research. Funds raised through this campaign will be sent to the Lee National Denim Day Campaign, the nations largest founder of research dedicated solely to breast cancer. 75% of the money raised stays in the local community.



Survivor Photo 2012


2012 Denim Day Events

Breast Cancer Survivor Photo

Sept. 18th, 2012


Bear Paw, PSU


Denim Day Luncheon

October 3rd, 2012

11:00am - 1:30pm

PSU Ballroom

Mixed Green Salad, Tuscan Pasta Salad, Sliced Beef with Au Jus, Penne a la Vodka Sauce, Garlic Roasted Baby Red Potatoes, Green Beans with Cherry Tomatoes, Signature Rolls with Butter, Assorted Desserts


Penny Wars

October 3rd, 2012

11:00am - 1:30pm

PSU Ballroom 

Bring your change to donate to the cause!!


Denim Day Collection Table

Monday, October 1st

Tuesday, October 2nd

Thursday, October 4th

11:00am - 1:00pm

2nd floor, Plaster Student Union, across from Information Desk


National Lee Denim Day

Friday, October 5th, 2012

Donate $5.00 to a collection coordinator or stopping by the collection table

For more information, please contact Andrea Weber


2012 Mammogram Opportunities                                                                                             

  • October 24th                                                          

  • October 30th

  • November 7th                                 

Bus will be located in front of Freudenberger House 

What is the St. John’s Wellness On Tour Bus?         

The St. John’s Wellness On Tour Bus brings you the area’s only state-of-the-art mammography equipment on wheels. Since 2001, our high-tech health bus, staffed with dedicated St. John’s health professionals, has delivered on-site services throughout southwest Missouri.

Why get a mammogram?

• One in nine women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime

• Breast cancer accounts for nearly one in three cancers diagnosed in women

• Breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in U.S. women

• Early detection and treatment is key to higher breast cancer survival rates

• Mammography is an excellent screening tool

About Mammograms

A mammogram is a low dose X-ray of breast tissue. A mammogram screening can detect a lump as early as seven years before it can be felt. The Wellness On Tour Bus is an extension of St. John’s Breast Center. Your films will be read by St. John’s dedicated mammography radiologists. Films are also read by the Image Checker System. This system is the first FDA-approved computer aided detection system. Early detection is key to higher survival rates and lower treatment costs.

Mammogram (Insurance discounted price is $219.10 filed to insurance: Price will change 7/1/12). Price without insurance coverage is $313.

* If your wellness/preventative benefit has not been used for 2012, MSU insurance will pay 80% leaving you a total cost of $43.82.

Patients must meet the following criteria in order to have a screening mammogram on the Wellness on Tour Bus:

  • 40 years of age (we can do a baseline on 35 and older if they have immediate family history of breast cancer)
  • No current breast problems – discharge, lump, pain, etc.
  • No previous breast surgeries and/or implants.
  • Patient must have an established physician that they would like us to send their report to in order for us to do a mammogram.
  • Must be at least one year since patient’s last mammogram, regardless of their insurance limitations.
  • They will be scheduled one patient every fifteen minutes
  • Each woman will receive a confirmation letter and should take their insurance card to their appointment.

For more information contact Jerilyn Reed at 836-4045 or go to http://health.missouristate.edu/74187.htm

Call 417-888-8888 to schedule an appointment.


Collection Coordinators




Alumni Center Debra Goodwin  Alumni Center 505
Archaeological Research Center Pam Burrier Archaeological Research Center, 102
Burgess House Beth Burner Burgess House
Bookstore Terrill Harvey Bookstore
Carrington Hall, 1st floor Debbie Donnellan Carrington 104
Carrington Hall Tammy Tindle Carrington 311
Central Stores Kimberly Dixon Stores and Maintenance 102
College of Education Theresa Steele Hill 301A
Foster Recreation Center Sam Simmons FRC
Craig Hall Suzanne Moskalski Craig Hall 375
Glass Hall April Babington Glass Hall 238
Glass Hall Carole Hale Glass Hall 414
Hammons Student Center Brenda O'Connell Hammons Student Center 32
Hill Hall Holly Robison Hill 101
Juanita K. Hammons Deb Gallion Juanita K. Hammons 105
JVIC Sheilla Morris JVIC - Security Desk
Meyer Library Emily Furtak Meyer Library 215
Morris Center Lisa Searles Jim D. Morris Center 107
PCOB Brenda Stewart Park Central Office Building 117 
Physical Therapy Building Cynthia Chandler - Clayton Professional 200
Plaster Student Union Cyndi Warnow PSU 101
Residence Life Denise Baumann Hammons House 101
Siceluff Hall/ English Department Christie Englis Siceluff Hall 215
Strong Jean Ann Thomas Strong Hall 410
Temple Gale Liniger Temple Hall 142
  Chelsea Clark  
University Hall Lori Roessler University Hall 122



 2012 Committee

  • Andrea Weber, Chair
  • Diana Garland
  • Denise Baumann
  • Mary Ann Wood
  • Emily Furtak
  • Kelli Farris
  • Samantha Simmons
  • Catherine Beck
  • Suzann Ferguson
  • Tammy Tindle

If you have questions or would like to volunteer, contact Staff Senate.