St. Patrick’s High School Fights Cancer

Cancer Care Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre

Cancer Care Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences CentreTHUNDER BAY – On Friday March 21 at 7pm, people from all over Thunder Bay will being giving so others can live.

The Saint Patrick’s High School student activity council is hosting an caustic cafe with numerous local bands and performers including musical entertainment by The woven Hearts.

Also a hair cutting portion where Serena Van Dyke, a local youth who attends Saint Patrick’s high school, will shave her hair off for the fight against cancer.

The give so others can live event is supporting the fight against childhood cancer and all hair collected will be donated to angel hair for kids to make a wig for children with cancer.
All the proceeds will go to Candlelights Childhood Cancer Support Services Program.

Join the community as we support the fight against cancer at St. Paul’s Anglican Church on 808 East Ridgeway Street, Thunder Bay Ontario, at 7-10pm for a night of entertainment including juggling singing and raffle prizes to drawn, baking and head shaving.
Tickets are $7 dollars at the door or available from any student council member upon request.
We do this in honour of all the people who have suffered through cancer, survived it, or those battling it at this very moment.We look forward to see you supporting this worthy cause.
Quinn Spyrka
Community Relations
Student Activity Council
Saint Patrick’s High School
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