HOLDEN - Receiving treatment at Eastern Maine Medical Center can sometimes mean a long commute for cancer patients. But now one woman is changing that, honoring her sister, with help from the community.
A home, being put together through the generosity of the community. Volunteers were hard at work Saturday on Sarah's House, a new non-profit that will give patients at Cancer Care of Maine, a home away from home.
That was Sarah Robinson's dream before she lost her battle with brain cancer in December 2011 at the age of 26. Now it's her twin sister's goal to make it a reality, aiming to open the doors to Sarah's House this summer.
It's been a team effort, converting what was once a furniture store into a comfortable space for cancer patients.
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