June 17-23 2012
Thursday - June 21 2012
12:00 p - Expressive Arts Studio
Join us for an ongoing three-hour studio class designed by Chau Huynh, MFA, for the purpose of utilizing art as a tool to express one’s inner voice and communicate to the outside world. Making art has the power to heal - emotionally and mentally. Through a variety of techniques and concepts, a person with no art background can make art! This is an excellent opportunity to express yourself in a different voice, learn new skills, have some fun, and make meaning of your experiences
1:00 p - Wellness Group*
Men and women with cancer. *You must be a Gilda's Club member, and have completed a CMP, to be assigned a group. Please call Sally Benson at 206-709-1400 for details.
6:30 p - Parents of Children with Cancer Support Group at Ronald McDonald House
For parents of children with cancer in partnership with Children's Hospital. *You must be a Gilda's Club member, and have completed a CMP, to be assigned a group. Meets the first and third Thursdays of the month from 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the Ronald McDonald House.
6:30 p - Alumni Group at Overlake*
For adults who have lost a loved one to cancer. *You must be a Gilda's Club member, and have completed a CMP, to be assigned a group. Meets the first and third Thursday of each month. 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm. Please call (206)709-1400 for more information. Meets at the Overlake Medical Center.
6:45 p - Lecture: Treatment Summaries & Survivorship Care Planning
Debra Loacker, RN, will provide an overview of the valuable information provided in cancer treatment summary and survivorship care plan, and Patricia Read-Williams, MD, will share her perspectives as a primary care provider on the importance of these documents in the care provided to cancer survivors. This is the second lecture in our four part 2012 Cancer Survivorship Lecture Series. Please RSVP online or by calling our clubhouse at (206)709-1400.