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Wheeling Hospital Participates in Warrior Quilt Project

October 7, 2019

To kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Wheeling Hospital teamed up with Jim Robinson Ford-Lincoln Inc. to help Triadelphia Middle School students learn how they can support a loved one undergoing medical treatment. Diana Tucker, English teacher at Triadelphia Middle School, and Kyla Morris, nurse navigator at Wheeling Hospital, led the session at the school. Students also decorated patches of encouragement and support that will be used for Warrior Quilts through Neighborhood Ford Store’s Quilt for the Cure volunteer program. Pictured, from left, are Gabi Fisher; Tucker; Kerrigan Moses; Morris; Wyatt Fisher; Zariah Lewis; Robinson sales representative Mike DeArdo; and Josiah Renshaw-Pervall.

To kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Wheeling Hospital teamed up with Jim Robinson Ford-Lincoln Inc. to help Triadelphia Middle School students learn how they can support a loved one undergoing medical treatment. Diana Tucker, English teacher at Triadelphia Middle School, and Kyla Morris, nurse navigator at Wheeling Hospital, led the session at the school. Students also decorated patches of encouragement and support that will be used for Warrior Quilts through Neighborhood Ford Store’s Quilt for the Cure volunteer program. Pictured, from left, are Gabi Fisher; Tucker; Kerrigan Moses; Morris; Wyatt Fisher; Zariah Lewis; Robinson sales representative Mike DeArdo; and Josiah Renshaw-Pervall.