Long Island Quilters Society Works of Art on Display at Cancer Center for Kids

Vol. 19, No. 1
Winter/Spring 2009

  • The Most Precious Gift of All

  • Winthrop Names John F. Collins President and CEO

  • Relief for Parkinson�s & Other Movement Disorders

  • Winthrop�s Bariatric Surgery Center: Helping Patients Win in the Battle to Lose

  • Winthrop Earns Prestigious Research Accreditation

  • Clinical Trials

  • Advanced Procedure & World-Class Care Provide Back Pain Relief to Patients

  • Yuletide Ball Raises Close to $90,000 in Support of Pediatric Services

  • Winthrop�s International Adoption Program: Connecting Loving Hearts and Healthy Children around the Globe

  • NY Islanders Score Big with Young Patients at Winthrop

  • The Guardian Society � Watching Over Your Future and Winthrop�s

  • Senator Fuschillo �Extends the Holidays� With Loads of Toys for Young Patients at Winthrop

  • Mineola Lions Club Shows Continued Support for Diabetes Education Center

  • Long Island Quilters Society Works of Art on Display at Cancer Center for Kids

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  • 16 Creative works of art lovingly stitched by members of the Long Island Quilters Society are now on proud display at Winthrop- University Hospital�s new Cancer Center for Kids (CCFK) Outpatient Center. The quilts, created exclusively for the CCFK, include a remarkable representation of the CCFK�s colorful logo as well as several other child-friendly works that reflect the warm and welcoming environment for which the Center is known.

    Pictured (l.- r.) are John P. Broder, Vice President, External Affairs & Development, Winthrop-University Hospital; Linda Sweeney, Practice Manager, Winthrop�s Cancer Center for Kids; and Long Island Quilter Society members Helen Darvie; Theresa Verity; Rita Trenz, Charity Quilt Chair; and Nancy Roth, former Charity Quilt Chair.

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