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Family Supports Volunteer Rounders Program
Anne “Onnie” Sage Wells spent 20 years coming to the James P. Wilmot Cancer Center to receive treatment for anemia and then leukemia. She found the time passed more quickly while chatting with a caring Rounder, a volunteer committed to supporting patients and ensuring their satisfaction.
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Check out the latest events and fund-raisers for the Wilmot Cancer Center. Thanks to everyone who helped!
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- To family and friends of Clint Cooper who organized the Aug. 14 Coop Cup golf tournament and raised $8,000 for cancer research.
- To the Rush Henrietta Bel Canto singers and special guests the Rochester Concentus Women’s Chorus for presenting a wonderful concert to support cancer research. They raised $810.
- To Churchville Chili High School students who raised $524 during the Daryl Cox Memorial Volleyball Tournament and the Walk for Wilmot. More than 70 students participated and had a great time supporting patients.
- To the family of the late Linda Foster for celebrating what would have been her 60th birthday by raising funds for our Samuel E. Durand Blood and Marrow Transplant Program and honoring the doctors, nurses and staff members for their outstanding care.