Relay for Life Takes Place in Lawrenceburg June 18

Tuesday, June 7, 2022 at 11:10 AM

By Relay for Life of Dearborn & Ohio Counties, news release

Join the fight against cancer.

(Lawrenceburg, Ind.) - Join the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Dearborn & Ohio Counties on Saturday, June 18th at Todd Creech Memorial Park (next to Lawrenceburg Community Center on Walnut St) from 3 p.m. through 10 p.m. and help finish the fight against cancer.

This event celebrates cancer survivors, remembers those we have lost and provides the community with an opportunity to unite and fight back against this disease.

This year's theme is “One World, One Hope”. Many fun activities have been planned for the day, that will be open to the community; including family yoga, games, reptile show & we will have several local performers throughout the day.

You can join the fight against cancer by visiting www.RelayForLife.org/DearbornOhioCountyIN to register. Funds raised through Relay For Life support the American Cancer Society’s efforts to make this cancer’s last century. For more information on Relay For Life of Dearborn & Ohio Counties & to see an updated list of events & entertainment for the day, visit www.RelayForLife.org/DearbornOhioCountyIN -OR www.facebook.com/RFLDearbornOhioIN -OR- contact our event leads: Josh Richey at 419-566-1036 or josh.richey@outlook.com or Sami Peddenpohl at samipeddenpohl@gmail.com.

More from Local News

Events

Memorial Day Services in Eagle Country

Eagle Country 99.3 is proud to salute our U.S. military veterans and those who have died in the line of duty.

SDCSC Elementary Students, Staff Help Make Dillsboro 5K Biggest Yet

Students and staff from Aurora, Dillsboro and Manchester participated.

Milan Boys Track Team Enjoys Record Year

The team won the ORVC and set several school records.

Rising Sun Goes Undefeated in ORVC, Places Four on All-Conference Team

The Lady Shiners are ranked among the top teams in Class 1A.

Southwestern Baseball Four-Peats, Leads ORVC All-Conf. Team with Four Selections

Seventeen players were named to the 2024 ORVC Baseball All-Conference Team.

On Air

Your Hometown Radio Station playing
Montgomery Gentry - My Town Eagle ONLY NO INTRO IMAGING

Jason Aldean Got What I Got 17:25
Lady A You Look Good 17:22
Tanya Tucker Texas [When I Die] 17:18
Mindy McCready Guys Do It All the Time 17:11