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Relay for life, relay for hope


By Lela Stowers


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or nearly a century the American Cancer Society has been involved in many of the major cancer research breakthroughs. Last year, researchers in the High Plains received 85 grants for cancer research totaling nearly $46.8 million. Since its national grant pro- grams began in 1946, the Society has in- vested more than $3.5 billion in cancer research and provided grant support to 44 Nobel Prize winners.


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Relay For Life is the national signature fundraising event of the American Cancer Society. It is a fun run/walk for the entire community that features entertainment, as well as numerous activities and games for all ages. Relay is an overnight event. Fundraising team members take turns walk- ing the track during the overnight event. Teams are made up of fellow employees, family members, church members, organi- zations, friends, and neighbors. Now is the time to sign up for a Relay For Life event in your community. Designate one to two persons to be Team Captains and to head up the team fundrais- ing activities, then form a team of eight to 15 persons to participate in the event. It builds camaraderie among friends, family members and/or coworkers while raising funds for a great cause. Each team member is encouraged to raise a minimum of $100— either individually or through team fund- raising efforts—in addition to paying a $10


commitment fee to partici- pate in the event. Money is raised prior to Relay. Relay is the time to celebrate and remember. An American Cancer Society staff partner works with the local teams. Each person who shares the Relay experience is working to create a world where cancer will no longer threaten to rob anyone of another year of life. It is rewarding to be part of such a special experience, so find an event today, and help end cancer tomorrow. Relay For Life of Cherokee County is June 21-22 beginning at 6:00 p.m. on June 21 with a reception and recognition of can- cer survivors. The chair and co-chair for this year’s event are Sarah Hall and LaDonna Coffield. They may be reached at 918-718-4543 and 629-688-1041, respectively.


The American Cancer Society through its national signature fundraising event is relentlessly pursuing more birthdays by helping people to stay well, to get well, and to find cures. Relay gives persons the op- portunity to celebrate with those who are fighting this disease, remember those who lost the battle, and to fight back to end this disease and give people more birthdays. For further information, you may con- tact the American Cancer Society at 1-800- 227-2345 or www.cancer.org. The American Cancer Society offices in Oklahoma are in Lawton, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa.


Correction


In the OKL College Guide edition published in March 2013, the Room & Board price range for Oklahoma City University was incorrectly provided. The correct price range should be: Room & Board, $6,853 to 9,166 per year. Oklahoma Living regrets this error.


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