Cancer survivors present donation check to Dartmouth Cancer Center

Judy Csatari, Lanni West, Michelle Chadburn, Cindy Bolduc and Patti Friedman stand from left to right holding large check.
From left: Judy Csatari, Lanni West, Michelle Chadburn, Cindy Bolduc and Patti Friedman.

Representatives from Fit Body Boot Camp in West Lebanon, NH, delivered a check in the amount of $3,042 on Wednesday, November 16, to Dartmouth Cancer Center. Money for the donation was collected through community group workout events at Fit Body Boot Camp. This donation was part of an effort by gym director Patti Friedman to honor the memory of the gym’s former owner, who passed away from cancer. The gym community is dedicated to supporting Dartmouth Cancer Center and makes a special effort to support cancer patients and survivor members.

Present for the donation were Friedman, who organized the event; Judy Csatari, chair of the Friends of the Dartmouth Cancer Center Board of Directors; and Fit Body Boot Camp members Lanni West, Michelle Chadburn and Cindy Bolduc, who are all survivors of breast cancer. West and Bolduc both received cancer treatment at Dartmouth Cancer Center and Bolduc is also a nurse manager at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center.

About Dartmouth Cancer Center

Dartmouth Cancer Center combines the advanced cancer research in partnership with Dartmouth and the Geisel School of Medicine, with award-winning, personalized, and compassionate patient-centered cancer care based at the Norris Cotton Cancer Care Pavilion at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. With 14 locations around New Hampshire and Vermont, Dartmouth Cancer Center is one of only 52 National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers. Each year the Dartmouth Cancer Center schedules 74,000 appointments seeing more than 4,500 newly diagnosed patients, and currently offers patients more than 240 active clinical trials. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022, Dartmouth Cancer Center remains committed to excellence, outreach and education. We strive to prevent and cure cancer, enhance survivorship and to promote cancer health equity through pioneering interdisciplinary research and collaborations. Learn more at the Dartmouth Cancer Center website.