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I’ve learned that no action will go unnoticed and that if you want change, you need to go out and do it because no one is going to do it for you. As a young person, I truly believe that we will be the generation to be tobacco free because of the work that my peers and I are doing.

For the last four years, 15-year-old Sammi Van Wicklin has been one of the top fundraisers for The Ride For Roswell. She first got involved in 2012 after her friend’s mom was diagnosed with cancer. “I was really sad about it and wanted to do something,” Sammi said.

This project began about a year ago. My mother’s friend Char was being treated at Roswell Park and she went there to visit Char and bring her flowers. However, the flowers weren’t permitted in her room due to the health risk that they possess.

Megan Johnson is a hard working physician making her way through her residency rotation. Although Megan has accomplished great things, it hasn’t always been smooth sailing. Megan was once a pediatric patient at Roswell Park who had been given just a 10 percent chance of survival.

Yroswell is hosting a Flapjack Fundraiser at Applebee's on Walden Ave to raise money for The Ride For Roswell! Join us for a delicious pancake breakfast and check out our basket raffle! The event will run from 8am - 10am on Saturday, May 12.

Students from Lancaster Middle School are getting pumped up for their Bald for Bucks event which is being held next week. They have come up with creative ways to fundraise for Roswell Park that are proving to be very successful and a whole lot of fun.

Students from Lake Shore Central School and their teacher, Tony George, came to the Entercom Studio this week to visit DJ Anthony and record some radio lines about their Bald for Bucks event that recently took place.

Niagara Wheatfield is Goin' Bald for Bucks for the first time! But just because this was their first year doesn't mean they were new to successful fundraising.