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Letter to captains for Relay For Life of Logan County:
Are you all
getting your teams ready for the Relay For Life this year? I hope
so. It's looking more and more like it will be a great year for us.
The committee leaders have pulled together, and several captains
have joined those committees to help us through a challenging year.
Thanks so much to all of you for your help and support so far this
We still have a couple of weeks to go on this journey though, so
I wanted to give you some highlights from our previous captains'
meetings to help you communicate with your teams, in case any of you
have missed anything. Here are the items to remember:
Dates to remember:
May 14 -- Relay Day
at Culver's. Culver's donates 10 percent of its proceeds for the
day (10:30 a.m.-10 p.m.) to the Relay For Life of Logan County.
May 15 -- Bank
Night at Regions Bank in Lincoln. T-shirts will be handed out at
May 17 and 18 --
Relay For Life, 11 a.m.-1 a.m. at Lincoln Christian College.
May 18 -- Post-relay brunch at Lincoln
College, with all proceeds going to the American Cancer Society
($8/adults; $4/children). Pre-sales of tickets are occurring
Each team is
encouraged to bring a silent or live auction item or basket to
City Hall before May 17 or on the day of the relay to Lincoln
members to turn in luminaria forms early to allow time for
getting all of the names written on the bags.
Brunch tickets are
available at the team captains' meetings for pre-sale purposes.
See Ellen Barmes.
If you have any
people that you would like added to the survivors list, please
get that information to Susan Gehlbach, or e-mail me back at
this e-mail address
Please, register your team online, if
possible, at our website:
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themes are encouraged on the day of the relay. Prizes will be
given for first and second place. Look at the website for
encouraged to do any on-site fundraisers that they'd like.
will be developing a list of the laps that we will do each hour
of the relay.
Relay day schedules are being developed
and will be made available at team captains' meetings.
If any of you have any questions about the Relay For Life of
Logan County, please attend the captains' meetings or feel free to
e-mail or call me. I would be glad to get your questions to the
Thanks so much for all that you do! You truly make a difference!!
Relay For Life of Logan
Team recruitment chair
May 12, 2008]
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