Millbrook School graduates coordinate 5K for Dyson Breast Center

Marla Husch, left, assistant vice president of oncology at Health Quest, and Kim Secord, right, director of clinical operations and quality and outpatient oncology services at Health Quest, received a donation from Millbrook School students Zoe Acord, left center, and Hannah Cavanaugh at the Dyson Breast Center this May before graduation. Photo submitted

POUGHKEEPSIE— As part of their senior project, Millbrook School students Zoe Acord, of Sharon, Conn., and Hannah Cavanaugh, of Darien, Conn., who have since graduated, wished to make an impact on the community while connecting to a cause close to their hearts.

“My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2008 and Hannah’s mother in 2016, each through early detection screenings,” Acord said.

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