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Relay for Life moves inside due to rain

From Relay for Life

Due to the nice rain that we desperately needed, our field is a large mud pit. We will now be having a condensed version of Relay tonight.

We will be inside the turf room where silent auction is. Relay will be from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. Be prepared to experience all the wonderful ceremonies that we normally have outside.

Here are the rules for the turf room:

Onsite and Food Court Fundraising will be inside for those teams wishing to participate. Please limit the amount of crock pots you bring. Also be advised that you will not be allowed to cook onsite due to rain. Teams are still responsible for bring their own tables.

If you are not fundraising, please bring chairs only (and money of course...)

Silent auction will still be happening tonight. Please bring your items with you. We have a lot of fun stuff to auction off.

Any youth that is participating must have a parent or guardian with them at the event. Due to space issues in the turf room, we are asking that parents not drop off their youth. We will try to walk laps on the Turf Field outside but we cannot guarantee that the rain will stop. We will be having a large Wrap-Up Party for EVERYONE to attend. Details to come soon.

Do not plan on coming until 6 p.m. if you are participating in onsite fundraising/food court. Otherwise, please start arriving 6:45 p.m. to be ready to Relay at 7 p.m.

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