Scranton High School Varsity Football Cheerleaders Raise $825 to Benefit Northeast Regional Cancer Institute 


Front row, from left to right: Karen Saunders, President, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Jade Lewis, Jordan Woyshnar, Emma Kearney, Amanda E. Marchegiani, Community Relations Coordinator, Northeast Regional Cancer Institute; Eliza Mitchell, Madison Hunt, Coach Chrissy Houser, Reece Hafner, Jena Lewis, and Karla Gonzalez. 
Back row, from left to right: Canyah Randle, Emily Dougherty, Athena Polemitis, Juliet Michael, Abby Graff, Madison Mitchell, Avronus Quddus, Kelis Perkins, Isabella Hubert, Kaitlyn Getts, Isabelle O’Brien, Delilah Jones, Kimberly Aquino Vidal, and Maggie Skeras.


The Scranton High School Varsity Football Cheerleaders hosted a t-shirt fundraiser and dress down day for all students to support the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The cheerleaders raised $825. The funds will help to support the Cancer Institute’s mission of easing the burden of cancer in northeastern Pennsylvania.

About The Northeast Regional Cancer InstituteThe Northeast Regional Cancer Institute is a nonprofit community-based agency serving seven counties in northeast Pennsylvania with offices located in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre for more than 30 years.  Focusing on surveillance, community and patient services, and hospital and practice support services, the Cancer Institute invests 100% of its resources locally.