Lincoln Elementary students “Recess for RFL” in support of Relay for Life of Logan County

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[May 22, 2018]  LINCOLN - On Friday, May 11th beginning at 9:00 a.m. the students at West Lincoln-Broadwell Elementary School will participate with their annual Recess Program in support of the Relay for Life of Logan County.

Different stations of awareness, healthy living and eating resources will be part of the experience for the students. All teachers and students are involved and welcome Survivors in the community/county to come and be a part of their awareness and support program.

On Wednesday, May 23 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. the students of both Adams Elementary and Northwest Elementary are combining their efforts in their program in support of Relay for Life of Logan County. It will be held at Northwest Elementary. They too will be sharing awareness of cancer causing lifestyles and also the availability of learning healthy living and eating resources.

Logan County Survivors are welcome to share in this experience – It is suggested that survivors wear their survivor shirts and pins so students will witness the ‘wave of purple symbolizing Hope and Survivorship’.

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The students at Washington-Monroe are holding a “Coin War” through the 18th with all proceeds being given to Relay for Life of Logan County.

"From personal experience these young people are serious about their involvement and take a real interest in the messages they are learning and giving to this program. It really touches ones heart to witness and be a part of this and several survivors would also attest to this as well," said Tonita Reifsteck, Publicity Chair of the RFL

[Tonita Reifsteck]


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