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A sea of purple filled the track at Spartan Stadium with one clear message that we can beat cancer. This is the 25th year that cancer survivors, friends, family, and health care providers have taken part in the Lima Relay for Life. The mission of the annual event is to celebrate for those who have survived cancer and remember the ones who lost the battle. The most money raised stays here in Northwest Ohio for cancer programs, the rest will be used to fund research.
Unity Elementary students had some fun while also honoring those that have been affected by cancer. Students from kindergarten to 4th grade were at Spartan Stadium Monday morning for the 11th annual Relay for Life. Different stations were set up to encourage healthy and active lifestyles.
For the ninth year, car-enthusiasts went cruisin' for a cure down in Celina. The Relay for Life Cruise In returned to North Shore Park to raise money for cancer research through the American Cancer Society. The event, which invites all types of cars and trucks as well as motorcycles to participate, and the cause is close to the organizers' hearts.
Elida Bulldogs are stepping up and out to raise money to fight cancer.
The students held their 7th annual Relay for Life at the school’s track on Saturday. The event only runs 12 hours, but students have been working the past few months on different ways to raise money to fight cancer. While it is fun day filled with games, activities and to just spend with friends, the students also want to show support to the people they know, that have been hit hard by cancer.
The Big Green raising some big bucks in the fight against cancer. The Ottoville School held its 14th annual Relay for Life Day, with the theme “Rock out to knock out cancer”. Besides taking a lap in honor of the cancer survivors, the students participated in a variety of activities including dodgeball and volleyball. This year they were hoping to top the $100,000 mark for total money collected, and thanks to the support of the students they did just that.