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Complete Senior Care PACE participants pay it forward to Roswell patients

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Wed, Mar 23rd 2016 05:20 pm

Sometimes in life, it's the little things that matter most.

Participants in Niagara's Complete Senior Care (CSC) Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) take that sentiment to heart.

While many participants are facing their own health challenges, almost every month CSC friends get together and choose a community program to lend their support to. This month, three fabulous ladies from CSC selected Roswell Park Cancer Institute's Niagara County office in Wheatfield to donate handmade hats for cancer patients. The ladies came up with the idea after thinking of family members and friends who fought cancer and wanted to provide a nice alternative to wearing a wig during treatment.

 

Pictured, from left: Melissa McCraith-Mastantuono, director of marketing and enrollment for CSC; Marilyn Skinner, CSC participant; Michelle Abbondanza and Marla Schul of Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Not able to attend were CSC participants Patricia Nachreiner and Sandy Santos.

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