Neighborhood Watch Of Glenwood Donates To American Cancer Society

Monday, February 25, 2013
The Neighborhood Watch Program of Glenwood presented a donation check to the American Cancer Society.  Pictured from left, LaChanda Davis, Charline Kilpatrick, Christie Johnson,Yvonne Tory and Johnny Kilpatrick.
The Neighborhood Watch Program of Glenwood presented a donation check to the American Cancer Society. Pictured from left, LaChanda Davis, Charline Kilpatrick, Christie Johnson,Yvonne Tory and Johnny Kilpatrick.

Last year, over 1,600 people in Hamilton County were diagnosed with cancer. The Neighborhood Watch Program of Glenwood is helping "fight back" against this disease by donating a check for $719.88 to the Chattanooga office of the  American Cancer Society.   

This donation will help with national research and also provide services to cancer patients within the area.  Programs such as Look Good Feel Better, Road to Recovery, Reach to Recovery and Man to Man are all funded by donations. 


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