Courageous Kids - 2000 Calendar

Last Modified: November 1, 2001

Mary Beth Boyle (age 17)
Upper Darby, Pennsylvania

We can beat cancer. We just have to keep trying.

Jaclyn Malloy (age 12)
Florence, Kentucky

I hope that by the time the millenium arrives, cancer will be cured.

Elizabeth Feinstone (age 9)
Ventnor, New Jersey

I'd rather be skating than dreaming.

Susanna DeLaurentis (age 10)
Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

I believe in myself now more than ever because I have reached many of my goals. I found out I have a lot of courage.

Bryon Traber (age 6)
Lindenwold, New Jersey

A sunny spring day makes me feel good and happy!

Kelsey Gallagher (age 12)
Mercerville, New Jersey

I thank God for the devoted doctors and nurses at Children's Hospital and for my loving family and friends who help me every day.

Debra Lee Crawford (age 7)
Pennsauken, New Jersey

I like to draw horses because it passes the time at the clinic.

Ryan Cipriani (age 8)
West Deptford, New Jersey

A shark attack against cancer.

Sarah Weintraub (age 9.5)
Newtown, Pennsylvania

When I grow up, I want to be a zoologist and study sea turtles.

Kelsey Dunstan (age 7)
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

It feels good to be cancer-free, because you know that soon your hair will grow back and you won't be different from your friends. I think they'll find a way to cure cancer totally for every kid.

Shaliza Parsons (age 17)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

At the end of the dark tunnel, there is a light.

Rajdeep Sekhon (age 10.5)
Folcroft, Pennsylvania

When I feel good, I like to go outside in the warm weather.

D.J. Carlino (age 8)
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania

I was in the hospital for Christmas. I drew this nutcracker as a symbol of hope that in the millennium they can find a cure for cancer so kids don't have to stay in the hospital for the holidays.