Joanne Lindeborg, of Pawcatuck, and Kathleen Edgecomb, of the Terri Brodeur Breast Cancer Foundation, organized the "Hope and Healing — Caps of Courage" program in honor of the late Aimee Reed, a Pawcatuck resident who inspired others with her hope, courage, and determination throughout her cancer treatments.

Kathleen, Joanne, Pawcatuck resident Lesie Mitchell and Westerly resident Kathleen Dopkin knitted and crocheted 58 caps, 14 scarves, and six pairs of mittens that will be donated to cancer patients at Smilow Cancer Center at the Westerly Hospital.

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