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To the editor:
Logan County Relay for Life co-chair Nicole
Tripplett Lee and committee chairs met recently to hear the totals
of the 2013 Relay for Life of Logan County held June 14 and 15 on
Lincoln College campus in Lincoln.
The outdoor event was in celebration of the American Cancer
Society's 100th anniversary and Logan County surpassing $1 million
raised to find a cure for cancer.
Nine hundred seventy-three luminarias lined the walkway.
This year 28 teams and funds from sponsors and the auction raised
Funds can still be added to this year's final amount until Aug.
31 by contacting Nicole Lee or any of the team captains.
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Awards were presented to 17 of the 28 teams:
Rising Star Award (nine),
Bronze Award (three), $2,500-$3,500
Silver Award (two), $3,500-$5,000
Gold Award (three), $5,000
Faith, Hope and Love, $7,050.98
July 20, 2013]
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