Growing up with two parents who worked in medicine, I naturally leaned toward that field when it came time for me to decide what career path I wanted to follow.
So many things changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Businesses shut down, people lost their jobs or were sent to work from home, and all schools closed.
Over 30 Roswell Park employees and friends went Bald For Bucks on Tuesday, February 18, to raise money for life saving research and show their support for cancer patients and survivors. Participants shaved their heads bald, cut and donated hair, and even shaved their beards!
Tim just turned 18, and that means he gets to start living out his dream as a professional firefighter. Previously, he was a junior firefighter with the Hy-View Fire Department and now is a volunteer firefighter at U-Crest Fire Department.
This year, I was given the opportunity to be a part of Yroswell Street Team and it was such an amazing experience.
Applications for the Yroswell Street Team will be closing on Friday, December 20, 2019. If you know a high school student who is interested in getting involved in the fight against cancer, don't let them miss this opportunity!
What is the Street Team?
This summer, nominations were opened for the Herd of Hope Hero Award, which honored an individual in the Western New York community who exudes hope for loved ones, community and cures.