Sharon Kaplan, Jyl Dowd, Bob Riter & Kerry Quinn
The Cornell Men’s Hockey team & GOPiNK co-sponsored the event, which raised over $25,000!
Here are some photos from the event.
The mayor has made a special proclamation:
3) Doug's Fish Fry Benefit March 27 from 11-6pm at Tractor Supply; 378 Elmira Rd.
4) Flair on Ice Skating Show on Sat. April 18 at The Rink 1767 E. Shore Dr.
Benefit for CRC (More info TBA!)
1) "ColoRectal Vaccines and immunotherapy" presented by Grad Student Clint Stalnecker at the ColoRectal Support Group at CRCFL on Tue. March 3rd at 5:30pm
2) Blue Ribbon Ceremony for ColoRectal Awareness
Thursday Mar. 26 from 5-7pm at CMC Radiation Oncology Lobby
Speakers and light refreshments served. No RSVP needed.
This is a collaborative event with CRC, CMC, ACS and the
Cancer Services Program for Tompkins & Cortland County.
3) Informational tables - click for dates & locations for the month of March.
Short survey for Caregivers
Do you regularly support and assist someone with cancer? We would like your feedback on how CRC can best assist you. Click here to complete a brief survey.
The Cancer Resource Center of the Finger Lakes and the Tompkins County Public Library are partnering throughout the month of February to provide cancer information and assistance to Tompkins County residents.
Bob Riter, Executive Director of the Cancer Resource Center, will be available at the library from 4-6pm every Thursday (Feb. 5-26) to meet with individuals on a drop-in basis to answer questions and to direct them to helpful resources in the library and on-line.
A table with cancer-related resources will be on display at the library throughout the month.
The Cornell Biomedical Engineering Society for having a bake sale and raising over $250 to contribute to the "Pink the Rink" campaign!
All of the quilters from The Tompkins County Quilters Guild and Quilters Corner along with Aafke Steenhuis, Kathy Carman, Nancy Ostman, Cyndi Slothower, Katy Barnaby & Linda Van Nederynen who made over 60 bags for CRC clients to carry to treatment!.....and a bonus of handmade cozy hats! Click here to see a more photos.
Wednesday March 11 from 5:15-6:45pm, Cornell Vet School Hagan Room
"Attempting to understand metastasis"
Presenter: Patricia Davidson, Ph.D. (Lammerding Lab)
Everyone is welcome. Researchers, students, clients, and members of the public all attend on a regular basis. If you'd like a ride from CRC to Cornell, call Bob at 277-0960.
Last month, Maria Liberti gave an excellent presentation on cell metabolism and cancer. Here's a brief video that covers some of the same concepts.
Help us poster for events! CRC has several fundraising events throughout the year. We advertise as much as we can, but ALWAYS need help hanging posters in Ithaca and the surrounding towns. For more information or to volunteer, Contact Sharon Kaplan, Director of Volunteer Services firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-277-0960
We are looking for volunteers with any/all of these strengths:
- race coordinating
- team building (help motivate folks to fundraise)
Why not suggest that people make a contribution to the Cancer Resource Center in honor of your birthday, anniversary, wedding, graduation, or other milestone? You can also ask friends to donate in memory of a loved one in your honor.
We'll thank them and let you know that they donated in your honor. We're also happy to provide you with brochures or other items to send out with the invitations to your event.
And they'll even get a tax deduction. Everyone wins!
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