The Grand Mesa Oncology and Infusion Center is offering restorative yoga to all cancer patients, from survivors to those who have just been diagnosed. Restorative yoga can help restore the mind and body.
The Delta County Ambulance District (DCAD) sold T-shirts throughout the month of October, raising $2,500 for the Grand Mesa Oncology and Infusion Center. For the last several years, DCAD has done this fundraiser to support local efforts in fighting cancer.
This summer a host of volunteer cancer warriors worked with a downtown Cedaredge tavern to inspire their community to help six-year-old Quinten Christian in his battle with cancer. Guided by DJ and Barb Hladik, owners of The Pondy, the dedicated team raised over $14,500.
Members of a coast-to-coast bike ride to raise support for cancer victims passed through Delta County over the weekend.
"Team San Francisco" is one of six teams of cyclists and runners traveling coast to coast this summer through the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults "4K for Cancer" ride.
Though she's just 7 years old, Naomi Thomas's life has already been touched by cancer. A childhood friend, her grandmother and a great-grandparent were all diagnosed with cancer.
A vibrant group of women is launching a women's cancer support group Tuesday, Aug. 8, at 11:30 p.m. in the Crag Crest classroom at the Grand Mesa Oncology & Infusion Center. Bring a lunch to enjoy.
At a recent District 10 4-H retreat, about 60 4-H youth gave their time to make care bags for San Juan Cancer Center patients.
The event includes 4-H children from Montrose, Delta, Gunnison, Grand Junction and San Miguel counties.
Jimmy Retherford's life was turned upside down when he was diagnosed with stage four cancer in November 2016. Prior to his diagnosis, Jimmy could be found on the golf course fulfilling his love for the game.
Eight-year-old Aniya Corona is battling brain cancer, but she's not alone. She's supported by medical professionals, concerned friends and loving family members, all of whom make up "Team Aniya."
Much to the disappointment of organizer Judi Culp, a dinner to honor cancer survivors and their caregivers has been cancelled.
Culp scheduled the dinner for Aug. 27, after the annual Relay For Life, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, failed to come together.
A group of friends that has worked together raising funds in the fight against cancer by supporting national organizations is banding together again this summer to raise cancer fighting money on a strictly local level.
"The Pondy Cancer Warriors Fighting for Mark Anderson," is finalizing plans for a day-long, 12-hour community walkathon at the CHS athletic track on July 30 beginning at 9 a.m.
A group of friends who have worked together raising funds in the fight against cancer by supporting national organizations are banding together again this summer to raise cancer fighting money on a strictly local level.
"The Pondy Cancer Warriors Fighting for Mark Anderson," are finalizing plans for a day-long, 12-hour community walkathon event at the CHS athletic track on July 30 beginning at 9 a.m. It will be a hometown effort to help raise funds for the family of cancer sufferer Mark Anderson.
The Relay For Life, an annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, has been cancelled in Delta for 2016, but a couple of alternatives have already surfaced.
The Pondy's team headed by Barb Hladik has collected donations totaling $1,600, which Hladik says will remain with Relay For Life, but now team members have shifted their focus to a local cause.
For more than a dozen years, a group of college-age bicyclists riding coast to coast for cancer has selected Paonia as one of its stopovers. Last Thursday, the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults' 4K for Cancer bicycle tour arrived in Paonia just before dusk, where they were greeted by Pastor Steve Dunkel and several of his parishioners.
Melissa Brown Scheetz, her family and the DHS Alumni Association would like to thank the community and businesses for their generous support of the Melissa Brown Scheetz Golf Scramble held at Devil's Thumb Saturday, June 6. The huge outpouring of support for Melissa, who has been going through breast cancer treatments, was overwhelming.
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