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For many people who attend Relay For Life, one of the most moving parts of the event is the Ceremony of Hope. As the light dims over campsites and team members complete laps, the night is brightened by the glow of lighted bags called luminaria, each of which has a special meaning. Some luminaria celebrate the survivorship of people who have battled cancer and lived to tell the tale. Many commemorate the lives of those who have been lost to this disease. All represent a person who has been profoundly affected by cancer and the family and friends who continue to be touched by that experience.
Will you help spread the light of hope? Just go to my personal page and click on Luminaria to honor or remember your loved one today! The link to my page is at ths bottom of this email. After making your donation, you will also have the option to send an e-card to inform family members and friends of your special gift.
Please light a candle in honor of or in memory of a friend or loved one who has had cancer. Your contribution will help save lives, give hope, and empower people through the American Cancer Society and its lifesaving mission.
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Thursday, May 12, 2011
Last Chance We Relay Tomorrow! Please light a Luminaria in our Ceremony of Hope
Last Chance We Relay Tomorrow!
The American Cancer Society