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Medical Professionals Club raises $1,200 for Great Lakes Cancer Care
Keith McShea

The Canisius High School Medical Professionals Club donated $1,200 to the Oncology Survivorship Program, associated with Kaleida Health and Great Lakes Cancer Care.

The Oncology Survivorship Program provides cancer patients in Western New York with support services, including wigs, transportation, grocery service and more.

The funds were raised by Medical Club students by selling solar eclipse glasses.

“We are incredibly thankful for this donation and look forward to working with these exceptional young men, teachers and staff again,” Great Lakes Cancer Care said in its social media posts, in which it also expressed its gratitude for the club’s advisors, School Nurse Denise Keating, R.N., and Counselor Annette Sugg. “Thank you to Denise Keating and Annette Sugg for overseeing this fundraiser.”

Pictured in our Madden Center for Global Learning are (left to right): Giacomo Pili ’25, Dylan McCarthy ’25, Tony Lana ’24, Ryan Berenji ’25, Oncology Survivorship Program manager Dr. Melissa Wanzer, Patrick Huntley ’25, Tyler Stofer ’25, Daniel Sugg ’25, Kevin Bridge ’25 and Vinny Felicetta ’27.

Students and families interested in the excellence only found in a Jesuit education at Canisius – voted “Best Private School” in The Buffalo News Best in 716 – can learn more at and arrange an on-campus experience via

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