September 22, 2014

Relay For Life of Arenac County brings hope to community

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Kaylee Schmidt, 11, of Pinconning plants flags into the ground.
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Rebecca Daniels, 12, of Sterling helps plant Relay For Life flags.
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Chair Woman Denise Dunn welcomes everyone to Relay.
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Dominic Seder gets ready to enter through the Door of Hope.
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Peggy Smith walks through the Door of Hope.
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Arnie Barnum, Jo Blakley, Bill Blakley Sr., and Lori Moore make their way around the track.
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Liam McCourt, 13, of Au Gres tries to get his quarter in the cup submerged under water.
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Betsy Leadbetter explains the survivor material to Janice Finn.
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Derek Wilk, Betsy Leadbetter and Janice Finn pose for a picture.
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Ava and Leah Burlison, 7 and 5, of Grand Rapids take a time-out from walking to draw pictures under their tent.
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Judy Rawluszki of Au Gres makes her way around the track.
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Crystal Charbonneau of Pinconning puts her luminaria bags out.
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Krista Cowles, 6 ,of Standish wrangles a bull made out of a bale of straw.
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Babe Woldt, Rhoda Moelter and Jill Gehringer all of Au Gres, cut out shapes to glue on to luminaria bags.
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Sabrina and Ashley Sullivan of Bay City put lap beads onto their necklace.
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Standish-Sterling Middle School hosted Relay For Life of Arenac County July 13-14. People from all over the community came out to show support by walking the track and holding fundraisers at their tents.

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