A South Kingstown High School graduate is getting the word out about the National Day of Service on Saturday.
Friday, January 18
Letter originally printed on the South Kingstown High School listserv. I am down in Washington D.C., currently working with the Presidential Inaugural Committee planning the National Day of Service on Jan. 19. For the National Day of Service, we are planning service events in all 50 states. You can find a list of events in Rhode Island here: http://2013pic.org/service. Our New England team is trying to reach out to high schools in Rhode Island to get their students involved in National Day of Service events. I was thinking it might be something that South Kingstown students would be interested in taking part in. What would be the best way to get the word out to the student body? - Luke Warford, Day of Service Fellow, Presidential …
The 21-year-old South Kingstown High School graduate is dealing with a reoccurrence of Ewing’s sarcoma, a type of bone cancer.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
To the editor, Kayla Feeley, 21, was first diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma, a type of bone cancer, at age 15. After surgery and treatment, she had been cancer-free for the past five and a half years. Unfortunately, the cancer has now returned and she must undergo more surgery and chemotherapy treatment. Old Mountain Lanes is hosting a benefit on May 6 at 1 p.m. Donations will go directly to Kayla to help her and her family with the financial burden of her continuing battle with Ewing’s Sarcoma. For more information, call Nancy Toth at (401) 230-3137 or Sally Minetti at (401) 258-6431. Want to be e-mailed when we have new letters to the editor? Click the “keep me posted!” button below.