Relay For Life of Eugene/Springfield

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By Joe Smelser

Event Details

Start Date: August 6, 2010 - End Date: August 7, 2010

Time: 12 noon

Location: Thurston High School Track Springfield, Oregon

Event Description

Friday, August 6 Noon - Saturday, August 7 Noon

Thurston High School Track

The 19th annual Relay For Life is a 24-hour long event involving teams of 12-15 people who take turns walking, running or strolling around the track at Thurston High School. Each team has at least one team member on the track for the entire 24-hour period. Teams consist of individuals representing businesses, clubs, organizations, schools, families and neighborhoods.

Relay For Life is the largest fund raising walking or running event in the entire nation

2009 raised over $630,000

Approx. 150 teams participate

Team registration fee is $100

Each team member is asked to obtain pledge money from family and friends to raise additional money

Personalized luminaries may be purchased for $5

Live entertainment, Survivor Lap, massages, special dedications, souvenirs, food pavilion

Visit Relay For Life of Eugene/Springfield for more information

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