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Burkburnett Relay For Life

WHAT:  

  • Burkburnett Relay for Life

WHERE: 

  • Friendship park located across from High School on Davy Drive

WHEN:

  • May 17-18 (overnight)
  • Set up: 4 p.m.
  • Activities: 7 p.m.

WHY: 

  • To help support cancer related activities, and those who have been diagnosed with Cancer, especially those in Wichita County.

HOW MUCH: 

  • The cost is free, there will be several  activities hosted by the teams for donations, a Music DJ, Survivor Activities who will also start the all night walk with the first lap, Luminaria Ceremony at dusk (9PM), a cake walk, and much more.  One of the Churches is planning a prayer walk towards the end of the night

DEADLINES: 

  • The T-shirt deadline is April 9, You may registar as late as the night of the event

CONTACT INFO: 

  • Kaleena Jenkins
  • Teri Pickrel Co- Chairs
  • Regan Nabors ACS representative
  • Pamela Dixon Education Chair
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