Warming the hearts of cancer patients

Lola Olley (third from right) from the Oncology Unit at Lismore Base Hospital is presented with beanies and scarves by Lismore Day View Club committee members (l-r) Caroline Pinter, Mavis Strong, Noeline Hardy, Norma Parr and Pat Adams.

The ladies from the Lismore Day View Club have been busy knitting again, this time warming the heads and hearts of patients at Lismore Base Hospitals Oncology Unit with beautiful beanies and snuggly scarves. The collection was presented to a delighted Lola Olley, clinical nurse specialist at the hospitals Oncology Unit, who will deliver them to appreciative patients.

It was really nice to do something at a local level, said Lismore Day View Club president Norma Parr. The Lismore Day View Club normally raises money for The Smith Family, but their charter was recently changed so they can support local causes.


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