On a chalk board near the front door greeting family and guests to her home Sidney Wojcik, 72, a breast cancer survivor, wrote “Spread some Sunshine.” Wojcik, a mother of four and grandmother to 10, relishes family time and spoiling her grandchildren. Wojcik will bring her sunny disposition to the Pierce County Cancer Survivorship Conference at the University of Puget Sound on Aug. 12. She will welcome people with a smile as a official greeter.
On a chalk board near the front door greeting family and guests to her home Sidney Wojcik, 72, a breast cancer survivor, wrote “Spread some Sunshine.” Wojcik, a mother of four and grandmother to 10, relishes family time and spoiling her grandchildren. Wojcik will bring her sunny disposition to the Pierce County Cancer Survivorship Conference at the University of Puget Sound on Aug. 12. She will welcome people with a smile as a official greeter. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer
On a chalk board near the front door greeting family and guests to her home Sidney Wojcik, 72, a breast cancer survivor, wrote “Spread some Sunshine.” Wojcik, a mother of four and grandmother to 10, relishes family time and spoiling her grandchildren. Wojcik will bring her sunny disposition to the Pierce County Cancer Survivorship Conference at the University of Puget Sound on Aug. 12. She will welcome people with a smile as a official greeter. Dean J. Koepfler Staff photographer

Larry LaRue: Cancer survivors treated with ‘respect and honor’ at yearly conference

July 31, 2015 11:20 AM

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