American Cancer Society Youth Participation Agreement

What is the relay of life? Relay For Life is an entertaining hosting event that offers everyone the opportunity to participate in the fight against cancer. Teams of family members, friends, colleagues and others come together each year to raise money for the American Cancer Society and make a difference in their community. In honour of those who fight cancer 24 hours a day, team members usually travel at night for 12 hours. For those who don`t walk, there is 24-hour entertainment and the pleasure of keeping them all busy. From entertainment, food and games to ceremonies and inspirational stories, relay for Life Southlake is a part of everyone`s game. “We depend on each team and each of us to make our event a success,” said Kristie Millican, President of Relay For Life of Southlake. “Last year, our event raised more than US$140,000 for the American Cancer Society to continue this fight on behalf of our family and friends who have been battling cancer.” Are you a cancer survivor or caregiver? Be our guest! Are you a cancer survivor or caregiver for a cancer patient? Next, we invite you to a special event organized by the Baylor Regional Medical Center, Carroll ISD and the American Cancer Society. We would be happy if you would register online at www.relayforlife.org/southlaketx and attend our opening ceremony on May 2 at 7.m at Carroll High School. You will leave as our guest of honor in the Squadron for Life Lap, then with us as our guest at a dinner in your honor. There will be door prizes, free t-shirts, Blue Mesa and community dinners with other cancer survivors. For more information, email Paige Buck paige.buck@southlakecarroll.edu.

Rachel`s Rally/Relay For Life is Friday, May 2 at Carroll High School This is the fifth year Carroll ISD, the American Cancer Society and the Southlake Community have come together to raise awareness and help in the fight against cancer. Rachel`s rally begins at 6:30 p.m.m,, followed by the season opener at 7:30 p.m. .m on the Carroll High School campus at 800 White Chapel Boulevard in Southlake. The event will end on Saturday morning at 7 .m. Safety and first aid facilitators will be present during this event. Any questions? Call 817-949-7080 or email julie.thannum@southlakecarroll.edu. As a coach and leader in your community, we ask you to use your influence to promote cancer awareness and raise funds for the American Cancer Society. Voluntary opportunities in abundance We also need volunteers for events that cover different tasks, such as parking tours. B, parking assistants, site renovations, bank monitors, etc. Don`t you volunteer at least one hour to help your community fight cancer? Does your student need time to serve in the community? Are you a non-profit or service organization that wants to get involved in a group? If you want to register, go to this link: www.signupgenius.com/go/805094CAFA82DA31-southlake.