Iota Beta donates blankets for cancer patients


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Holding the blankets donated to the Madison Health Cancer Center are from left: Linda Maharrey, Julia Smith, Ashlee Saunders, Rylee Saunders, Liz Lynch, Marjorie Daniels, Debbie Maxwell and Stefanie Cunningham.


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Members of the Iota Beta Chapter of Phi Beta Phi recently donated soft fleece blankets to the Madison Health Cancer Center.

Board certified medical oncologists from the OSUCCC-James in Columbus are currently caring for patients at the Madison Health Cancer Center. They are experts in the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of cancers and are caring and compassionate physicians dedicated to serving their patients and helping create a cancer-free world.

These blankets will be given to those patients receiving treatments at the Madison Health Cancer Center. A sweet treat of candy was tucked into each blanket. Many Iota Beta members are volunteers, retired and current employees, and supporters of Madison Health.

Phi Beta Psi’s National Project is cancer research. Iota Beta not only raises money for this National Project but also supports the community in many ways.

For more information on Iota Beta and/or Phi Beta Psi, go to Phibetapsi.org or visit the organization on Facebook.

Submitted by Julia Smith.

Holding the blankets donated to the Madison Health Cancer Center are from left: Linda Maharrey, Julia Smith, Ashlee Saunders, Rylee Saunders, Liz Lynch, Marjorie Daniels, Debbie Maxwell and Stefanie Cunningham.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/03/web1_IotaBetablanketspiccol.jpgHolding the blankets donated to the Madison Health Cancer Center are from left: Linda Maharrey, Julia Smith, Ashlee Saunders, Rylee Saunders, Liz Lynch, Marjorie Daniels, Debbie Maxwell and Stefanie Cunningham. Contributed photo

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