Cancer Institute Showcases Local Breast Cancer Survivor’s Photograph on Holiday Card

From left to right: Karen M. Saunders, president of the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Sandi Korshnak, holiday card artist and owner of Sandi K Photos and Amanda E. Marchegiani, community relations coordinator at the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

From left to right: Karen M. Saunders, president of the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Sandi Korshnak, holiday card artist and owner of Sandi K Photos and Amanda E. Marchegiani, community relations coordinator at the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute.

Sandi Korshnak, a four year breast cancer survivor from Moscow, recently partnered with the Cancer Institute to create the design for the organization’s annual holiday card. The photograph was taken in Roaring Brook Township. Each year, the Cancer Institute invites a local cancer survivor to submit artwork for the cover of a holiday card sent to over 700 individuals and organizations.

Sandi Korshnak has been in the photography business for over a decade. She was a former partner of Your Pixel Perfect until she recently started her own business, Sandi K Photos. She is president of Girl’s Night out and lives in Moscow with her husband, two children and three dogs.

To honor her artistic donation, the Cancer Institute recently presented Sandi Korshnak with a recognition plaque highlighting her photo.
Photograph taken by Sandi Korshnak for NRCI's holiday card.

Photograph taken by Sandi Korshnak for NRCI’s holiday card.