November 27, 2014

Arenac County Relay For Life honors those touched by cancer

Lisa Saunders
Carla Dittenber and Beth Rhode hope to raise lots of money for their team “Marching for a Cure” by offering a fun photo opportunity for Relay participants.
Lisa Saunders
A group of Relay for Life participants enjoy some parachute fun, despite the high temperature Saturday afternoon
Lisa Saunders
Rhoda Moelter from the Heavenly Hopes team places luminary bags around the track.
Lisa Saunders
Beth Charbonneau walks the track with her granddaughter Claire Charbonneau.
Lisa Saunders
Patti Yotkois walking the track during the crazy hat lap.
Lisa Saunders
Isabella Kroczaleski, Malaree Robinson and Mariah Collins play a game of Twister Saturday afternoon during Relay for Life.
Kevin Bunch
All the relayers make a lap around the SSC Middle School track as part of the Luminaria ceremony.
Kevin Bunch
Relayers watch a list of names in a remembrance portion of the Luminaria ceremony for the Arenac County Relay For Life.
Kevin Bunch
From left, Relay For Life Chairman Ron Bouldin, Denise Dunn, former caregiver David Krzyaniak, and cancer survivor Betsy Leadbetter each spoke a few works during the Luminaria ceremony, ending Saturday’s events.
Photo
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

By Kevin Bunch
Staff Writer | news@arenacindependent.com
Follow me on Twitter

Posted

STANDISH — Standish-Sterling Middle School hosted the Arenac County Relay For Life July 14-15. People walked around the school’s track course to help raise money for cancer research.

Share

Copyright © 2014, Sunrise Publishing. Powered by: Creative Circle Advertising Solutions, Inc.