JOIN US AT OUR RELAY FOR LIFE KICKOFF RALLY on Sat, Jan 30th from 11 to 1 at St. James Church on the corner of IB Blvd and 9th
Jan 28, 2016 11:14AM ● Published by Paul Spear
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JOIN US AT OUR IMPERIAL BEACH RALLY 2016 KICKOFF on Sat, Jan 30th from 11 to 1 at St. James Church on the corner of IB Blvd and 9th.
THEME: PAINT YOUR WORLD PURPLE (color of Relay) and GREEN (Honoring our Mighty Military)
So… what can you do? JOIN US AT OUR RELAY FOR LIFE KICKOFF RALLY on Sat, Jan 30th from 11 to 1 at St. James Church on the corner of IB Blvd and 9th. Enjoy food, drink, bingo, raffles and a sneak peek at RELAY for LIFE! Find out about becoming an HONORED SURVIVOR or CAREGIVER, forming a TEAM or joining one. Find out about becoming a LEAD MEMBER and sharing your talent. Find out about remembering those who have lost their lives to cancer by joining in our LUMINARIA CEREMONY. Find out about being a LOCAL BUSINESS that stands to make a difference and become a sponsor or provide donations to enhance our fundraising efforts. Find out about CAMPING out under the stars with us, WALKING with us, having lots of SILLY FUN and enjoying local FOOD and ENTERTAINMENT with us. IMPERIAL BEACH – this year we are planning a more family friendly atmosphere with something for everyone!
For those of you that may not be familiar, RELAY for LIFE is a 24 hour event, it is not a RUN however teammates alternate so that one person from each team walks the track for 24 hrs. CANCER NEVER SLEEPS SO NEITHER DO WE! (not much anyway)
THE COMMUNITY OF IMPERIAL BEACH and the CITY has embraced RELAY since its inception in 2007. The first event was held at Sports Park. There were few teams but they were mighty - full of vision! Terry Moran of Team Sassie Lassies helped organize that event. SASSIE LASSIES they surely are ! They remain one of our finest core teams!
Last year our RELAY for LIFE 2015 raised $26,000.00 . OUR 2016 self-set goal is 30 teams and $30,000.
2015 Photo Credit: Jeanette/IB Photo Happy
Paul Spear, Editor, Dig Imperial Beach