The Kenyan Pediatric HIV Project (KPHP) of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is proud to present the first annual Mr. Pitt Med Pageant! Come watch as the men of Pitt Med strut their stuff in a pageant-style competition testing them on much more than just their knowledge of anatomy! The gentleman will be vying for the title of Mr. Pitt Med in categories ranging from formal wear to talent to beach wear. All proceeds of the event go to the KPHP, a student organization that helps fund several projects in Kenya that better the lives of children affected with HIV/AIDS. For just $5 you can affect the lives of children on the other side of the globe and be entertained by our pageant pistons. Come to Lecture Room 6 of Scaife Hall (the School of Medicine) on Friday, February 9th at 7:30 to check out this new event that is bound to be a blast! For more information on KPHP please check out our website at . Hope to see you there!
Oh man! That link is dead. I was all ready to oogle me some studly future doctors!!! I guess I'll have to go to the pageant myself. 🙂
I love that organization. It is so great that you are organizing this event
Dwight, you don't get to touch the contestants. Besides, the doctor thing is overrated. Cool event…great organization. Be there.