Cancer program medical staff gets pampered
To the Editor:
Cancer Services Program & Diabetes Prevention Program pampered their medical provider’s staff on Monday, March 31.Guests nibbled tasty treats, sipped on fun mock-tails, put their feet up, relaxed with manicures, pedicures, facials, massages, and won door prizes donated by our fine vendors.
This event was held to show our appreciation for their services, for all that they do for our CSP & DPP participants, and to provide updates with the program’s new guidelines.
The Cancer Services Program (CSP) of St. Lawrence County, funded through NYS Department of Health, serves individuals who either have no insurance or are under-insured. Eligible participants are provided with free breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screenings. The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is funded through the NYS Office of Rural Health. This free lifestyle modification program is open to adults diagnosed as pre-diabetic and/ or those considered at high risk for pre-diabetes.
We would like to thank the following folks, who made the evening possible and a great success:
All the great students of Theresa Smith- BOCES Culinary Arts Program and of Diane Brown- BOCES Cosmetology Program. Debbie Costa- Debonair, Teresa Cameron of Elajio Essential Day Spa, Tammy Serguson and Heather Thrasher of Inspired Healing, Thelma Pitcher and Ann Todd of Mary Kay Cosmetics, Toni Page of Tastefully Simple, Rachel and Renee Moses of Origami Owl, Mary Ellen Devine of Gold Canyon Candles and Beyond, Marilyn Cooke of Lia Sophia Jewelry, Terri Bosjolie of It Works! Body Wraps, Rose Martin of Party Lite, Donna Garcia of Thirty-one Gifts and Cindy Goliber from the Potsdam Town Hall.
Julie Cooke, Wellness Educator