Start the "party" on June 13 by dining at Culver's between
10:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. Culver's will give 10 percent of that day's
sales to Logan County's Relay for Life for assistance to people in
Logan County for their transportation or medical needs and for
The 15th annual Relay for Life of Logan County will
begin June 15 with a survivors buffet at the old gymnasium on the
campus of Lincoln College, on Ottawa Street. Whether they received
their special notice and invitation or not, all survivors are
invited to the reception and buffet, compliments of John Guzzardo,
starting at 4:30 p.m. The Lincoln Strings will entertain.
Survivors are encouraged to arrive early to register and receive
their 2012 survivorship pin and, if a first-year survivor, to
receive a Relay for Life medallion. Those who have medallions are
encouraged to wear it to the buffet.
The 15th annual Relay for Life will begin at 6 p.m. and run
through 6 a.m. June 16 at the Lincoln Center of Lincoln College, on
Nicholson Road off Ottawa Street.
The welcome and opening ceremony will begin at 6 p.m., with Jim
Xamis serving as the master of ceremonies. Following the opening
ceremony, survivors will walk the survivor lap, which officially
begins the Relay for Life. The caregivers will walk the next lap
before everyone joins them.
Entertainment and activities will continue throughout the night
until 6 a.m. on Saturday and the final walk around the track.
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This event is not just for survivors. Everyone is welcome to help
make a reality out of this year's theme, "Party Like It's 2012."
The luminaria ceremony will be at 9 p.m. Friday. Luminarias are
available for $10 from any team member or at the event until the
hour of the ceremony.
The organizers are looking forward to celebrating with you as
together we work to make more birthday celebrations possible with
the cure of this disease.
For more survivor information or, if a recent survivor, to
register prior to the event, call Tonita Reifsteck, chair, at
732-9796 or 217-855-1645.
[Text from file received from Toni Reifsteck]