Students in Amy Lauer's class at Fredonia Middle School created brightly-colored pillows for the Circle of Love.
Lauer said, "The students really enjoy being a part of something special in helping others; it's such a worthy cause."
Josie Christopher, Circle of Love founder, delivered the pillows to JoAnn Janicki at Roswell Memorial Hospital's Breast Clinic.
Students from Fredonia Middle School and their teacher pose with pillows they created for the Circle of Love. Left to right are: Teacher Amy Lauer, Kelsey Vianese, Tess Corell, Madsen Hicks, Emily Brown and Marie Fagen.
This is just one of the many projects undertaken by The Circle of Love.
The group is planning to publish a book explaining its activities in the local community.
The group, which has connections worldwide, is looking for stories of people who have been touched by its work, either as a recipient or a participant in its activities.
Send information to Circle of Love, c/o Josie Christopher, P.O. Box 776, Dunkirk, NY 14048. People can also call her at 366-0698 or 969-3250.