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Teams Walking in Relay for Life

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Tonight, it's all about celebrating. Celebrating the lives of those we have lost to cancer and celebrating the survivors.

68 teams and 580 participants raised $130,810.33 for the Relay For Life event. The event is being held at Minot State University and goes from 4pm until 6:30 tomorrow morning. Different events like zumba, a walk, and a luminaria ceremony are planned throughout the evening.

“What we do is a fun thing so that people have one day where they don't have to look at the negativity and they can look at the positive,” says Kim Hunt, a Relay For Life team developer.

It's never too early to start planning. The event is already scheduled for this time next year.

 

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