Willowbrook's girls basketball team collects toys for cancer patients
|Members of the Willowbrook girls basketball team pose with Logan Lavery, 8, a leukemia survivor. Lavery and his family will deliver the toys collected during the basketball team's toy drive to children with cancer at the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital Hematology/Oncology Unit. (Photo courtesy of District 88)|
At the Lady Warriors' Thanksgiving Invite, the Willowbrook Student Athletic Advisory Committee and the Willowbrook girls basketball team hosted a toy drive where they collected toy donations and Band-Aids for the University of Chicago Medicine Comer Children's Hospital Hematology/Oncology Unit.
Anyone who donated a toy or box of Band-aids received free admission to the tournament.
The basketball team connected with 8-year old Logan Lavery, a leukemia survivor. He and his parents volunteered to deliver the toys to children in the hospital.
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