The Art Programme at Cancer Support Services

Since July of 2011, Cancer Support Services has hosted Tuesday morning art classes at their offices on Belmont Road.

Buoyed by the unwavering support and encouragement by Cancer Support Services’ Executive Director, Ms. Jan Lynton, participants have enjoyed learning new skills, making new friends and feeling part of a community.

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The Art Programme at Cancer Support Services

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The Pearls and the Myths of Cancer

An informal session sponsored by 21st Century Oncology and Impression Imaging of Florida for Cancer Support Services held on Saturday April 25 at Queens College where Dr. Anesa Ahamad of 21st Century Oncology spoke to both males and females about the Pearl and the Myths of Cancer.

The session was very educational and informative.

Dr. Ahamad’s unique style of Question and Answer was well received by the attendees.

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The Pearls and the Myths of Cancer

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“Prehabilitation” and “Survivorship” What Do These Concepts Mean To Cancer Patients?

Prehabilitation and SurvivorshipA Public Lecture by prostate cancer survivor Dr. Richard Wassersug of British Columbia, Canada  entitled “Prehabilitation” and “Survivorship” What Do These Concepts Mean To Cancer Patients? took place on Wednesday March 11th, 2015 at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre.

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Read a review of the lecture here.

Art Classes at Cancer Support Services

Classes are open to CSS members and clients.  Beginners welcome.  Please contact the office for more information.

Classes are held every Tuesday morning at the CSS office “Arborside”, on Belmont Road.

Members of the art class at Cancer Support Services are enjoying an “Introduction to Mixed Media”, facilitated by Linda Hook.

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From now through December participants will create a series of works of red flowers using a variety of art media.

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