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Spotlight: Knots4Cancer Club

By Amber Lau

People of all ages are diagnosed with cancer daily, which is a terrifying thing to hear, no matter who you are. The Knots4Cancer Club helps to brighten cancer patients’ days by sending them handmade bracelets and cards. The club recently held a Valentine's Day drive which was a huge success — they made and donated over 500 cards to patients at the White Plains Hospital Cancer Center.

The Knots4Cancer Club is a great way to get involved and help out, as well as to learn about different types of cancer. During the club’s weekly meetings, members gather to watch presentations made by students and documentaries about cancer, while also creating bright and cheerful cards!

If you or your friends are interested in being a part of this club, you can contact Mia Priore, Abigail Tsuji, or you can join their remind by texting @knots4c to 81010. The club also has an awesome Instagram account — @knots4cancer!

If you are looking to get more involved within your school and community, consider joining Knots4Cancer! The club is looking forward to putting more smiles on the faces of the grateful patients.

Check out Knots4Cancer’s unofficial website —

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