Virtually Together is the name of our newest group. It will meet by Zoom and is open to everyone – cancer patients, survivors, loved ones, all genders, and those affected by any type and stage of cancer. 

The COVID pandemic taught us that virtual meetings have many advantages and are especially important for those unable to get to an in-person group for any number of reasons. Further, virtual groups often allow for deeper and more focused conversations. And while most of our groups will continue to be gender or disease-specific, we recognize that our commonalities are greater than our differences, so we wanted to begin a group open to all.  

The group will meet the second Tuesday of each month from 5:30 – 7pm, beginning on August 10, and will be led by retired CRC executive director, Bob Riter (who’s had both breast and prostate cancers.)

To register for the group and to receive the Zoom link, please contact bobriter@gmail.com.

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