PHC Opens November With Varied Activities
P.S./M.S. 105 recently participated in an activity called, “Make a Difference Day”. The students created funny stories, joke books and comic strips designed to place a smile on a child’s face. Three members of the student council delivered the cards to the children in the Angels on the Bay Pediatric Unit at Peninsula Hospital Center. Pictured at top: left to right: Mrs. DeVivio, Student Council Members Quantavia Gray, Samantha Verras, Taniqua Watson and Ms. Allende. When Lance Rubin, member of the Transportation staff of Peninsula Hospital Center, was diagnosed with cancer, he was hospitalized and treated at Peninsula Hospital - a facility in which he felt comfortable. “I wanted to do something to show my appreciation for the wonderful treatment, care and concern I received during this very difficult time from the entire staff at the Hospital Center.” So, Lance Rubin made a quilt, which was presented to Dale Murray, R.N. of the hospital’s Angels on the Bay Pediatric Unit. The quilt will hang in the Pediatric Unit as a symbol, as Rubin puts it, “of the affection he has for the entire staff of Peninsula Hospital Center.” Pictured at bottom: Dale Murray, R.N. and Lance Rubin.