December 9, 2011
Annual Cancer Survivor’s Christmas Party To Be Held Tuesday, December 13
HICKORY, NC –The Annual Cancer Survivors Christmas Party will be
held on Tuesday, December 13 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Luke’s United Methodist
Church in Hickory. All cancer survivors are invited to attend. Jan Isenhour,
a twenty-one year survivor, will speak on “What Cancer Can Do for
You.” She will reflect on some of the many blessings that she has
received during her experiences with cancer personally and with her family.
Chalise Ensemble, under the direction of Ron Sinclair from St. Luke’s,
will provide the entertainment. The event also includes a survivors candle
lighting ceremony, light refreshments and fellowship.
St. Luke’s Methodist Church is located at 52 16th Avenue NW, off Highway 127. Additional parking is available on 17th Avenue NW. Sponsored by Catawba Valley Medical Center and Frye Regional
Medical Center, the event is free. No pre-registration is required. Contact
Peggy Messick at 828-485-2300 ext. 6202 for more details.
Catawba Valley Medical Center in Hickory, N.C., is the region’s largest
not-for-profit, public healthcare system and serves the community without
direct funding from taxes. CVMC provides and promotes physical, mental,
emotional and spiritual well-being of the public in addition to serving
as a center for health education, wellness services, preventive medicine
and acute care. CVMC has received three Magnet designations from the American
Nurses Credentialing Center, and has been recognized for providing “An
Outstanding Inpatient Experience” for a fourth consecutive year
by J.D. Power and Associates. For more information, please visit