Relay for Life holds 21st event


There were several teams that took part in the relay. This team was Adena Cancer Crushers. They were selling Dalmatian drawings as part of their fundraiser.

There were several teams that took part in the relay. This team was Adena Cancer Crushers. They were selling Dalmatian drawings as part of their fundraiser.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

At this year’s 21st Relay for Life in Fayette County on Friday, each team sported a different theme in an attempt to entertain and raise funding for the American Cancer Society. The team from YUSA chose Toy Story for their theme and had several characters take part in their walk and fundraiser.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Another relay team chose the theme of Aladdin and even had the magic carpet for all to see.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Mickey Mouse was a popular addition to this year’s relay. Kids shouted in excitement and ran up for hugs and photos. The young girl beside Mickey (L) is Demi. On the other side (R) is Jenna Duff and her daughter, Mila Plotner. These young ladies were part of the McKesson team.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Kathy Jones (L) and Jody Howard (R) were enjoying the event. Jones said, “The music’s great—I got to dance to ‘Wipe Out!’” Jones explained whenever “Wipe Out” plays, she has to get up and dance no matter where she is at.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Sitting at the left side of the table is Kati Fraser-Lovett-Raleigh. According to Kati, she is a breast cancer survivor. Her family was unable to attend the relay in Grove City this year so they chose to come to Fayette County’s relay. “We were welcomed with open arms,” Kati said. “We’ve been doing [relay] for years and never had a tent set up for us before.”


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Teams took their time circling the track at the Washington High School and Middle School. There were a couple of joggers and a couple teams chose to walk around the track with their signs.


Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

There were several teams that took part in the relay. This team was Adena Cancer Crushers. They were selling Dalmatian drawings as part of their fundraiser.

At this year’s 21st Relay for Life in Fayette County on Friday, each team sported a different theme in an attempt to entertain and raise funding for the American Cancer Society. The team from YUSA chose Toy Story for their theme and had several characters take part in their walk and fundraiser.

Another relay team chose the theme of Aladdin and even had the magic carpet for all to see.

Mickey Mouse was a popular addition to this year’s relay. Kids shouted in excitement and ran up for hugs and photos. The young girl beside Mickey (L) is Demi. On the other side (R) is Jenna Duff and her daughter, Mila Plotner. These young ladies were part of the McKesson team.

Kathy Jones (L) and Jody Howard (R) were enjoying the event. Jones said, “The music’s great—I got to dance to ‘Wipe Out!’” Jones explained whenever “Wipe Out” plays, she has to get up and dance no matter where she is at.

Sitting at the left side of the table is Kati Fraser-Lovett-Raleigh. According to Kati, she is a breast cancer survivor. Her family was unable to attend the relay in Grove City this year so they chose to come to Fayette County’s relay. “We were welcomed with open arms,” Kati said. “We’ve been doing [relay] for years and never had a tent set up for us before.”

Teams took their time circling the track at the Washington High School and Middle School. There were a couple of joggers and a couple teams chose to walk around the track with their signs.

There were several teams that took part in the relay. This team was Adena Cancer Crushers. They were selling Dalmatian drawings as part of their fundraiser.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Relay4Life2019-9-.jpgThere were several teams that took part in the relay. This team was Adena Cancer Crushers. They were selling Dalmatian drawings as part of their fundraiser. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

At this year’s 21st Relay for Life in Fayette County on Friday, each team sported a different theme in an attempt to entertain and raise funding for the American Cancer Society. The team from YUSA chose Toy Story for their theme and had several characters take part in their walk and fundraiser.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Relay4Life2019-14-.jpgAt this year’s 21st Relay for Life in Fayette County on Friday, each team sported a different theme in an attempt to entertain and raise funding for the American Cancer Society. The team from YUSA chose Toy Story for their theme and had several characters take part in their walk and fundraiser. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Another relay team chose the theme of Aladdin and even had the magic carpet for all to see.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Relay4Life2019-15-.jpgAnother relay team chose the theme of Aladdin and even had the magic carpet for all to see. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Mickey Mouse was a popular addition to this year’s relay. Kids shouted in excitement and ran up for hugs and photos. The young girl beside Mickey (L) is Demi. On the other side (R) is Jenna Duff and her daughter, Mila Plotner. These young ladies were part of the McKesson team.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Relay4Life2019-16-.jpgMickey Mouse was a popular addition to this year’s relay. Kids shouted in excitement and ran up for hugs and photos. The young girl beside Mickey (L) is Demi. On the other side (R) is Jenna Duff and her daughter, Mila Plotner. These young ladies were part of the McKesson team. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Kathy Jones (L) and Jody Howard (R) were enjoying the event. Jones said, “The music’s great—I got to dance to ‘Wipe Out!’” Jones explained whenever “Wipe Out” plays, she has to get up and dance no matter where she is at.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Relay4Life2019-1-.jpgKathy Jones (L) and Jody Howard (R) were enjoying the event. Jones said, “The music’s great—I got to dance to ‘Wipe Out!’” Jones explained whenever “Wipe Out” plays, she has to get up and dance no matter where she is at. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Sitting at the left side of the table is Kati Fraser-Lovett-Raleigh. According to Kati, she is a breast cancer survivor. Her family was unable to attend the relay in Grove City this year so they chose to come to Fayette County’s relay. “We were welcomed with open arms,” Kati said. “We’ve been doing [relay] for years and never had a tent set up for us before.”
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Relay4Life2019-4-.jpgSitting at the left side of the table is Kati Fraser-Lovett-Raleigh. According to Kati, she is a breast cancer survivor. Her family was unable to attend the relay in Grove City this year so they chose to come to Fayette County’s relay. “We were welcomed with open arms,” Kati said. “We’ve been doing [relay] for years and never had a tent set up for us before.” Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo

Teams took their time circling the track at the Washington High School and Middle School. There were a couple of joggers and a couple teams chose to walk around the track with their signs.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/06/web1_Relay4Life2019-7-.jpgTeams took their time circling the track at the Washington High School and Middle School. There were a couple of joggers and a couple teams chose to walk around the track with their signs. Jennifer Woods | Record-Herald Photo