The Endoscopy Center at St. Mary Presents Community League Fashion Show “Spring Into Fashion”

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The Endoscopy Center at St. Mary supports
Community League Fashion Show “Spring Into Fashion”

Fashion Show Photo Release

 

LANGHORNE, Pa., April 8, 2016 – Pictured above are staff members from The Endoscopy Center at St. Mary enjoying the Community League fashion show “Spring Into Fashion.” Staff members pictured include: Dr. John Volpe, Sue Clymer, BSN, CGRN Clinical Director, Darlene Buddendorf, MSOD Administrative Director, and guests. The Endoscopy Center at St. Mary was pleased to be the title presenter for the fashion show hosted by the Community League. The fashion show took place on Thursday, April 7, 2016, at Spring Mill Manor in Ivyland, Pa.

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