Cameron's Quilt

Henley students spend holiday making special gift for senior battling cancer

Henley High School senior Cameron Caldwell is pictured at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital with the quilt made by his classmates. He is undergoing chemotherapy for ostersarcoma.

Key Club members at Henley High School spent their holiday break making a special Christmas quilt for senior classmate Cameron Caldwell, who is undergoing chemotherapy for osteosarcoma at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital in Portland.

About 15 Henley seniors donated shirts from different teams and clubs for the quilt, which was made by Key Club members. It was delivered to Cameron this week.

Caldwell is one of four Henley Complex students battling cancer, and students have been working to support those students and their families, said Jack Lee, principal at Henley High School. “Students have taken it upon themselves to try to help,” he said.

A meal train has been started for Caldwell’s family to help during Cameron’s treatments. To participate in the meal train, follow the link: