Holiday drive for Roswell

Help cancer survivor, Mallory Wojcinski, make a difference in the lives of breast cancer patients and children undergoing chemotherapy at Roswell this holiday season. Wojcinski is collecting items to make the season bright for those undergoing treatment.

Items needed include word search and crossword puzzle books, peanut butter Christmas trees, mini peppermint candy canes, fleece lap blankets, coloring books and crayons (twistable crayons as well).

Wojcinski lost her kidney due to a cancerous tumor at the age of 4 and endured six-months of chemotherapy; he mother is also a breast cancer survivor. Today, as a young woman she is a champion for cancer patients and their families.

Items can be dropped off at Ellmans Garage, 4 E. Doughty St. in Dunkirk; First Baptist Church of Dunkirk, 876 Central Ave. in Dunkirk; Prevention Works, 501 W. Third St. in Jamestown and Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care, 20 W. Fairmont Ave. in Lakewood. All donations must be dropped off by Wednesday.