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    annanaran

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    Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer

    Post  annanaran on Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:24 am

    Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer
    By: Anna Naran

    Everyone will be touched by cancer in their lifetime, whether it is indirectly or directly. The effects of cancer can be devastating. Hope Can Cure Cancer is an on-campus club that provides hope and education in the fight against cancer. Hope Can Cure Cancer is a thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. The club partakes in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    Hope Can Cure Cancer, known as HCCC, participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope. Walk for Hope is a 5k walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center, City of Hope. Club co-president senior, Elaine Hsiang explained that the clubs largest event that they take part in “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event by sharing that it is a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their own booths to raise money for the cause.” They also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS. The club also collects the pink Yoplait lids to help support Breast Cancer. The more lids that are collected the more money that is given to Breast Cancer research.

    Elaine wanted to stress that HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is making Thanksgiving cards that members in the club will design for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club meets and discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer being discussed in November is Lung Cancer. The leaders of the club teach the members about the specific cancer by using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings where the members can bond together and hang out. For example on the 15th of November HCCC is going on a hike together in Chantry Flats.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders make HCCC a well run club that is very successful. The club is open to everyone, and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    annanaran

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    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer

    Post  annanaran on Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:45 am

    Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer
    By: Anna Naran

    Everyone will be touched by cancer in their lifetime, whether it is indirectly or directly. The effects of cancer can be devastating. Hope Can Cure Cancer is an on-campus club that provides hope and education in the fight against cancer. Hope Can Cure Cancer is a thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. The club partakes in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    Hope Can Cure Cancer, known as HCCC, participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope. Walk for Hope is a 5k walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center, City of Hope. Club co-president senior, Elaine Hsiang explained that the clubs largest event that they take part in “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event by sharing that it is a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their own booths to raise money for the cause.” They also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS. The club also collects the pink Yoplait lids to help support Breast Cancer. The more lids that are collected the more money that is given to Breast Cancer research.

    Elaine wanted to stress that HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is making Thanksgiving cards that members in the club will design for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club meets and discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer being discussed in November is Lung Cancer. The leaders of the club teach the members about the specific cancer by using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings where the members can bond together and hang out. For example on the 15th of November HCCC is going on a hike together in Monrovia Canyon Falls.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders make HCCC a well run club that is very successful. The club is open to everyone, and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    annanaran

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    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer

    Post  annanaran on Sun Nov 08, 2009 12:52 am

    Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer
    By: Anna Naran

    Everyone will be touched by cancer in their lifetime, whether it is indirectly or directly. The effects of cancer can be devastating. Hope Can Cure Cancer is an on-campus club that provides hope and education in the fight against cancer. Hope Can Cure Cancer is a thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. The club partakes in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    Hope Can Cure Cancer, known as HCCC, participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope. Walk for Hope is a 5k walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center, City of Hope. Club co-president junior, Elaine Hsiang explained that the clubs largest event that they take part in “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event by sharing that it is a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their own booths to raise money for the cause.” They also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS. The club also collects the pink Yoplait lids to help support Breast Cancer. The more lids that are collected the more money that is given to Breast Cancer research.

    Elaine wanted to stress that HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is making Thanksgiving cards that members in the club will design for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club meets and discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer being discussed in November is Lung Cancer. The leaders of the club teach the members about the specific cancer by using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings where the members can bond together and hang out. For example on the 15th of November HCCC is going on a hike together in Monrovia Canyon Falls.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders make HCCC a well run club that is very successful. The club is open to everyone, and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    Joanna Liao

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    Post  Joanna Liao on Tue Nov 10, 2009 9:18 pm

    Everyone will be touched by cancer in their lifetime, whether it is indirectly or directly. (awk reword) The effects of cancer can (may be) be devastating. Hope Can Cure Cancer is an on-campus club that provides hope and education in the fight against cancer. Hope Can Cure Cancer is a thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. The club partakes in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    Hope Can Cure Cancer, known as HCCC (change to: Hope Can Cure Cancer, (HCCC) participates in many…), participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope. Walk for Hope is a 5k walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center, City of Hope. (awk reword) Club co-president junior, Elaine Hsiang (comma) explained that the clubs largest event that they take part in “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event by sharing that it is a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their own booths to raise money for the cause.” They also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS. The club also collects the pink Yoplait lids to help support Breast Cancer. The more lids that are collected (comma) the more money that is given to Breast Cancer research.

    Elaine wanted to stress that HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is making Thanksgiving cards that members in the club will design for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club meets and discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer being discussed in November is Lung Cancer. The leaders of the club teach the members about the specific cancer by using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings where the members can bond together and hang out (delete: and hang out)For example (comma) on the 15th of November HCCC is going on a hike together in Monrovia Canyon Falls.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders make HCCC a well run club that is very successful. (awk reword) The club is open to everyone, (delete comma) and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer

    Post  annanaran on Wed Nov 11, 2009 12:18 am

    Everyone will be touched by cancer in their lifetime, whether it affects someone indirectly or directly. The effects of cancer may be devastating. Hope Can Cure Cancer is an on-campus club that provides hope and education in the fight against cancer. Hope Can Cure Cancer is a thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. The club partakes in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    Hope Can Cure Cancer, (HCCC) participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope. Walk for Hope is a 5k walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center called,City of Hope. Club co-president junior, Elaine Hsiang, explained that the clubs largest event that they take part in “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event by sharing that it is a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their own booths to raise money for the cause.” They also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS. The club also collects the pink Yoplait lids to help support Breast Cancer. The more lids that are collected, the more money that is given to Breast Cancer research.

    Elaine wanted to stress that HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is making Thanksgiving cards that members in the club will design for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club meets and discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer being discussed in November is Lung Cancer. The leaders of the club teach the members about the specific cancer by using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings where the members can bond together. For example, on the 15th of November HCCC is going on a hike together in Monrovia Canyon Falls.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders allow HCCC to be a well run club that is very successful. The club is open to everyone and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    debbiejong

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    Join date : 2009-08-31

    Re: Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer

    Post  debbiejong on Wed Nov 11, 2009 12:54 pm

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    Everyone will be touched by cancer in their lifetime, whether it affects someone indirectly or directly. The effects of cancer may be devastating. Hope Can Cure Cancer (HCCC) is an on-campus club that provides hope and education in the fight against cancer. Hope Can Cure Cancer [HCCC] is a thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. The club partakes in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    Hope Can Cure Cancer, (HCCC) HCCC participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently, the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope. Walk for Hope is a 5k [5K] walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center called City of Hope. Club co-president junior, Elaine Hsiang, explained that the clubs [club's] largest event that they take part in “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event by sharing that it is a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their [its] own booths to raise money for the cause.” They also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS and collecting pink Yoplait lids to help support Breast Cancer [do you mean "help support breast cancer awareness/prevention/research"?]. The more lids that are collected, the more money that is given to Breast Cancer [breast cancer] research.

    Elaine wanted to stress that [stressed that] HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make[s] it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is making Thanksgiving cards that members in the club will design for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club meets and discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month, the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer being discussed in November is Lung Cancer [lung cancer]. The leaders of the club teach the members about the specific cancer by using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings where [during which] the members can bond together. For example, on the 15th of November [Nov. 15] HCCC is going on a hike together in Monrovia Canyon Falls.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders allow HCCC to be a well run [well-run] club that is very successful. The club is open to everyone and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    [note: when this article is printed, make sure to change some of the tense! for example, by distribution day, it should be "...on Nov. 15, HCCC went on a hike..." instead of "...HCCC is going on a hike..."]

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer

    Post  annanaran on Wed Nov 11, 2009 9:52 pm

    Everyone will be touched by cancer in their lifetime, whether it affects someone indirectly or directly. The effects of cancer may be devastating. Hope Can Cure Cancer (HCCC) is an on-campus club that provides hope and education in the fight against cancer. HCCC is a thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. The club partakes in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    HCCC participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently, the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope. Walk for Hope is a 5K walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center called City of Hope. Club co-president junior, Elaine Hsiang, explained that the club's largest event that they take part in “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event by sharing that it is a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their [it's] own booths to raise money for the cause.” They also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS and collecting pink Yoplait lids to help support breast cancer research. The more lids that are collected, the more money that is put towards the research.

    Elaine stressed that HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make[s] it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is making Thanksgiving cards that members in the club will design for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club meets and discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month, the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer being discussed in November is lung cancer. The leaders of the club teach the members about the specific cancer by using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings during which the members can bond together. For example, on Nov. 15 HCCC went on a hike together in Monrovia Canyon Falls.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders allow HCCC to be a well-run club that is very successful. The club is open to everyone and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    annanaran

    Posts : 51
    Join date : 2009-09-01

    Re: Club Profile: Hope Can Cure Cancer

    Post  annanaran on Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:49 pm

    Hope Can Cure Cancer is an on-campus, thriving, popular club that focuses on hastening the search for a cure for cancer. Education and hope is provided in the club in the fight against cancer. Members partake in many events throughout the year associated with supporting cancer prevention, awareness, and support.

    Hope Can Cure Cancer (HCCC) participates in many events that help raise funds for cancer research. Recently, the club participated in the annual Walk for Hope, which is a 5 kilometer walk around Duarte’s cancer hospital and research center called City of Hope. Club co-president junior Elaine Hsiang, explained that the club's largest event “is the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, which takes place in late June.” Elaine described the event as a “two-day sleepover event at the Santa Anita Racetrack where each team that participates sets up their [its] own booths to raise money for the cause.” HCCC Members also raise money for cancer patients by putting on a Comedy Show at AHS. In addition they also collect pink Yoplait lids to help support breast cancer research. The more lids collected the more money put towards the cancer research.

    Elaine stresses that HCCC “focuses on raising funds for cancer research, but we [HCCC] also make[s] it our [their] goal to meet cancer patients directly and help them through their hardest times.” During the month of November, HCCC is made Thanksgiving cards that members in the club designed for patients at the Methodist Hospital. Elaine also mentioned that around Christmas time the club goes caroling at the Methodist Hospital to entertain the patients.

    HCCC meets every Tuesday at lunch in room F-7. The club discusses issues dealing with cancer research. Every month, the club learns about a different type of cancer. The cancer discussed in November was lung cancer. Leaders of the club teach members about the specific cancer using skits and other creative teaching techniques. In addition to education, the club also takes part in fun group outings during which members can bond together. The club is open to everyone and anyone can join at any time during the year.

    Whether it’s participating in cancer prevention events or learning about the different types of cancer that affect many people, HCCC is an informative and charitable club. Mr. Tierney, the club advisor, and all the club leaders make HCCC a very successful club. Being a part of HCCC will not only benefit yourself it will also benefit all the unfortunate patients that are diagnosed with a cancer.

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