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AT&T PIONEERS TO DONATE CANCER CAPS AND PILLOWCASES TO PEDIATRIC PATIENTS AT LUTHERAN CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

AT&T employees and retirees make nearly 300 pillow cases and caps for children receiving cancer treatment

 

WHAT:
AT&T Indiana President George S. Fleetwood and members of the AT&T Pioneers will donate decorative pillow cases and knitted cancer caps to pediatric patients receiving cancer treatment at Lutheran Children’s Hospital. The pillow cases and caps were made by employees and retirees from AT&T who are part of AT&T Pioneers, a volunteer organization within the company that participates in service projects in communities across Indiana and the U.S.  Former Centennial Wireless employees who have joined AT&T are growing the presence of the Pioneers in the Fort Wayne area. The Pioneers also are donating pillow cases and caps to Cancer Services of Northeast Indiana in partnership with ConKerr Cancer

WHEN:
April 25, 2012, at 10:30 a.m.

WHERE:
Lutheran Children’s Hospital Outpatient Hematology and Oncology Clinic
Lutheran Cancer Center
7910 W. Jefferson Boulevard
Fort Wayne
(Guests may park in the south parking garage on the Lutheran Hospital campus)

WHO:
• George S. Fleetwood, president of AT&T Indiana
• Lutheran Children’s Hospital staff and patients
• Trisha VanBuskirk, Fort Wayne AT&T Pioneers
• Margaret Trammell, President of AT&T Indiana Pioneers

VISUALS:
• Photo op with AT&T Pioneers visiting patients and handing out pillow cases and caps. 


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