Derric Hammond (left), Marcus Barker (middle), and Delbert Hammond (right) posed with the cancer tree in Belton, which was planted at 522 Indian Trail as part of the Kansas City Cancer Fighters foundation’s mission to help families and friends who have been affected by cancer. Derric Hammond, president of KC Cancer Fighters, has invited community members to come out and decorate the tree with homemade ornaments in memory of someone they know who died to cancer or for loved ones who are “fighting the battle.”
Derric Hammond (left), Marcus Barker (middle), and Delbert Hammond (right) posed with the cancer tree in Belton, which was planted at 522 Indian Trail as part of the Kansas City Cancer Fighters foundation’s mission to help families and friends who have been affected by cancer. Derric Hammond, president of KC Cancer Fighters, has invited community members to come out and decorate the tree with homemade ornaments in memory of someone they know who died to cancer or for loved ones who are “fighting the battle.” Provided photo
Derric Hammond (left), Marcus Barker (middle), and Delbert Hammond (right) posed with the cancer tree in Belton, which was planted at 522 Indian Trail as part of the Kansas City Cancer Fighters foundation’s mission to help families and friends who have been affected by cancer. Derric Hammond, president of KC Cancer Fighters, has invited community members to come out and decorate the tree with homemade ornaments in memory of someone they know who died to cancer or for loved ones who are “fighting the battle.” Provided photo

Belton man plants special tree for those affected by cancer; candle-lighting event Dec. 23

December 20, 2017 08:00 AM