Journey Senior Services pledges to support Cancer Center campaign

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Journey Senior Services recently pledged $20,000 toward construction of the new St. Anthony Regional Cancer Center. Taking part in the presentation are (from left) Journey co-owners Kenny and Nancy Snyder; Trish Roberts, St. Anthony development director; and Ed Smith, St. Anthony president and CEO. Not pictured are Journey co-owners Chad Kanne and Matt and Kelly Wendl.

To kick off 2020, Journey Senior Services recently presented a pledge of $20,000 to the new St. Anthony Regional Cancer Center.

Journey co-owners are Chad Kanne, Kenny and Nancy Snyder and Matt and Kelly Wendl.

“Journey Senior Services is a licensed, dementia-specific, assisted-living center,” Nancy Snyder said. “Our goal at Journey is to provide memory-care assistance to people battling the disease of dementia. Although none of our employees or residents are currently battling cancer, we know that day will come. It is challenging enough for people with memory loss to go to a doctor’s appointment, but to have to travel to a city two hours away would be daunting. Journey Senior Services is proud to partner with St. Anthony and their cancer center. May God bless everyone who is participating in this project.”

St. Anthony Regional Cancer Center will feature close parking, a covered drop-off area and private treatment rooms that will offer less delay and improved patient privacy.

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