Knitting for cancer patients

Patricia Duff and her daughter, Sherri Dickerson, have been knitting hats for cancer patients and newborns at Murray-Calloway County Hospital for several years. As a cancer survivor since 1994, Patricia saw a need for patients going through treatment to have hats and wanted to give back. Her daughter also crochets and enjoys making the caps for newborns delivered at MCCH. “I’ve been crocheting all my life and after seeing patients during my own radiation treatment have a need, I decided to crochet hats and donate them for cancer patients going through treatment,” said Duff of Murray, left, and  pictured with Dickerson, who resides in Madisonville.