Texas A&M-Kingsville To Host 8th Annual Relay For Life
KINGSVILLE - April 05, 2007
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Texas A&M University-Kingsville will again host the annual Relay for Life benefiting the American Cancer Society from 7 p.m. Friday, April 13, through 7 a.m. Saturday, April 14. The walk will be held on University Boulevard.
The Relay for Life is an all-night campout during which teams of 10 members or more take turns walking laps around the boulevard. Each team must have one member on the course at all times.
Awards will be given for Most Laps Walked, Best Campsite, Most Spirited Team and more. Cancer survivors lead the way as they take the first ceremonial lap around the course. A touching Luminaria ceremony will be held to honor friends and family who lost their fight against cancer.
Thus far there are 38 teams registered for the event, but more are welcome. For more information about the Relay for Life, contact Cindy Johnson, chair, at 361-584-2039 or Tawnya Little, co-chair at 361-658-1853.
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