Marilyn Fry Memorial Skin Cancer Awareness Day

9th Annual Marilyn Fry Memorial Skin Cancer Awareness Day
co-hosted by the GSDDS and AADDS was held on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, 9:30am - 3pm at the Georgia State Capitol in Room 216. Drs. Desiree Mohandas, Maren Cotes, Larisa Chismar, Melinda Mohr, Samit Patrawala, Mark Holzberg, Humza Ilyas, and Alex Gross provided free spot skin screenings for legislators, staff and general public.

A Resolution was read in the Senate opening ceremonies declaring the day Skin Cancer Awareness Day and Maren Cotes, MD addressed the Senate on behalf of the GSDDS and AADDS.
https://youtu.be/HgMe_pPBDUw?t=43m43s (3 min video)



8th Annual Marilyn Fry Memorial Skin Cancer Awareness Day
co-hosted by the GSDDS and AADDS was held on Tuesday, February 9, 10am - 3pm at the Georgia State Capitol in Room 230. Drs. Stuart Goldsmith, Samit Patrawala, Mark Holzberg and Alex Gross provided free spot skin screenings for legislators, staff and general public. Over 60 individuals were screened. A Resolution was read in the House opening ceremonies declaring it Skin Cancer Awareness Day.



7th Annual Marilyn Fry Memorial Skin Cancer Awareness Day
co-hosted by the GSDDS and AADDS was held on Monday, March 2, 2015, 9am - 3pm at the Georgia State Capitol in Room 230. Free Skin Screenings were provided for legislators, staff and general public. Over 70 individuals were screened. Senate and House Resolutions were read during the opening ceremonies.



6th Annual Skin Cancer Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol
newly renamed The Marilyn Fry Memorial Skin Cancer Awareness Day

co-hosted by the GSDDS and AADDS was held on Tuesday, January 28, 2014.

It was scheduled 9am - 3pm but was cut short due to the ice storm that hit Atlanta that day. Still, free Skin Screenings were provided for legislators, staff and general public. Over 50 individuals were screened. Senate and House Resolutions were read during the opening ceremonies.



5th Annual Skin Cancer Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol
co-hosted by the
GSDDS, AADDS and SCAN Foundation
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
9am - 3pm
Free Skin Screenings were provided for legislators, staff and general public. Over 70 individuals were screened.
Senate and House Resolutions were read during the opening ceremonies.



4th Annual Skin Cancer Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol
co-hosted by the
GSDDS, ADA and SCAN Foundation
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
9am - 3pm
Free Skin Screenings were provided for legislators, staff and general public. Over 75 individuals were screened.
Senate and House Resolutions were read during the opening ceremonies.



3rd Annual Skin Cancer Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol
co-hosted by the
GSDDS, ADA and SCAN Foundation
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
8am - 4pm
Free Skin Screenings were provided for legislators, staff and general public. Over 100 individuals were screened.
Senate and House Resolutions were read during the opening ceremonies.

left to right, Rep. Darryl Jordan, Rep. Harry Geisinger, Marilyn Fry, Sumayah Taliferro, MD, Governor Nathan Deal


Clockwise from bottom left, Marilyn Fry, Michelle Juneau, MD, Sumayah Taliferro, MD, Thom Sandwich, MD, Maria Pico, MD, Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle, Senator Renee Unterman


2nd Annual Skin Cancer Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol
co-hosted by the
GSDDS, ADA and SCAN Foundation
Wednesday, March 24, 2010
8am - 4pm
Free Skin Screenings were provided for legislators, staff and general public. Over 160 individuals were screened.
Senate and House Resolutions were read during the opening ceremonies.
 


1st Annual Skin Cancer Awareness Day at the Georgia State Capitol
February 25, 2009, 8 - 12:30pm
Thanks to the following members for volunteering their time
Linda Benedict, MD, Katarina Lequeux-Nalovic, MD, Mack Rachal, MD, Carl Washington, MD, Jamie Weisman, MD
Over 75 individuals were screened in 4 1/2 hours. Senate and House Resolutions were read during the opening ceremonies.
 

GA House of Representatives Resolution

AAD Participation Certificate

Georgia State Senate Resolution



(left to right) Marilyn Fry (SCAN Foundation), Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, Katarina Lequeux-Nalovic, MD, Senator Don Thomas, Carl Washington, MD