Monongahela Valley Hospital Receives Cold Weather Gifts for Cancer Center

Although we have been experiencing a mild winter, the recent cold weather gifts donated to Monongahela Valley Hospital's cancer center have been appreciated.

The Victory Hill Ladies Auxiliary recently donated hats, gloves and scarves to the Oncology Departments at the Charles L. and Rose Sweeney Melenyzer Pavilion and Regional Cancer Center. The group has created a tradition of making hats or scarves each year for MVH patients to help provide them with some comfort during the cold winter months.

The Howard Hanna Simon Real Estate team also donated cold weather items collected at the annual Simon Real Estate Chow Chow Luncheon. Some of the items collected were hats, scarves and blankets. The items were distributed to various charity groups in the community.

Members of the Victory Hill Ladies Auxiliary stand with donated items
Members of the Victory Hill Ladies Auxiliary stand with donated items (from left to right); Cindy Patterson, Diane Yocalano, Erin Sinko, Denise Chambers Linda Dudzik, Debbie Burkhardt, director, Radiation Oncology, and Connie Russell, president, Victory Hill Ladies Auxiliary. Members not present, Sherri Taddeo and Linda Zewan.
Monongahela Valley Hospital receives cold weather gifts for cancer center
Pictured (left to right): Melissa Marion, director, The Monongahela Valley Hospital Foundation, with Mary Jo Popp and Danielle Yerkey of Howard Hanna Simon Real Estate.