Giving Back

Northwell Health Walk Benefits Cancer Center

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Brenda Hernandez paints a crown on 7-year-old Makenzie Ramos’ forehead. Credits: Deena Bell
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Winkler’s Walkers: Joanne Ito, Anne Winkler, Jill Seiferman, Louise Perruzza and Laura Burke. All are nurses from the ICU at Northern Westchester Hospital. Credits: Deena Bell
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Participants enjoyed great music by Electric Walrus. Jonathan Goldberg (oncologist at Northern Westchester Hospital) Credits: Deena Bell
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Johanna D’Aprile walks for her dad, Jay, who passed away early this year. Credits: Deena Bell
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Keeva Young-Wright, president of the Northern Westchester Hospital Foundation, welcomes everyone to the first Northwell Health Walk. Credits: Deena Bell
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YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y.— On Sunday, hundreds walked with Northwell Health to benefit its cancer health and wellness program. The inaugural two-mile walk benefitting Northern Westcheser Hospital’s Bruce and Andrea Yablon Cancer Health and Wellness Program took place at FDR State Park in Yorktown.

There were also health and wellness exhibits, a sponsor row, a kids’ zone, musical entertainment, food and beverages, a photo booth, giveaways and pre-walk warmups.

Learn more at northwellhealthwalk.org/westchesterwalk.

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