Woodward said St. Jude has always felt strongly about supporting those battling cancer. It’s also good to have some fun, too.
“Most people are in hysterics,” she said. “One person, when she got the toilet, she put it in her garden.”
Woodward said she and Roberts take on toilet transport duty themselves, moving it from place to place.
“We pick it up and drop it off,” she said.
Woodward said the toilet was scheduled to be at the Concerts on the Common this week to help drum up support for the Relay For Life and the American Cancer Society.
The Greater Derry Londonderry Relay for Life is set for June 21 at Pinkerton Academy’s track. The 18-hour relay event begins at 6 p.m.
Anyone interested in “flushing a friend” to support cancer patients and research can call Woodward at 437-7026 or Roberts at 426-5438.