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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Flatbush Students Collaborate on Women's Art program at the Morris I. Franco Cancer Center

On Tuesday, February 7th, a group of Yeshivah of Flatbush 11th and 12th grade girls, led by guidance counselor/art therapist Ms. Eva Dayan, visited the Morris I. Franco Cancer Center to collaborate on an art project with women who are fighting cancer. After touring the facility, the girls met with center's clients and the center's art therapist, Ms. Dayna Weiner. Flatbush students and the Center's clients played ice breaker games, discussed the art project and worked on individual creative designs using felt pieces that became part of a larger tapestry. The tapestry project will be presented at the Cancer Center's annual art show in May. ~Naomi Sanders, Class of 2017