The American Cancer Society’s Wellington Relay For Life will be held Saturday, April 16 from 3 p.m. until midnight at Palm Beach Central High School. The fun-filled day of activities will support cancer survivors, caregivers and friends.
The ceremony will begin with the Palm Beach County Fire-Rescue chorus singing the national anthem. Entertainment will be provided by Taylor Norris, the band Krush and the Swamp Dogs. In between acts, a DJ will get everyone involved in the movie-themed event.
There will be costume contests, dance-off contests, a spirit ceremony and a luminaria ceremony, along with survivor stories and numerous fundraising tents to help collect money to find a cure for cancer.
Event supporters include Wellington Regional Medical Center, Chris Gannon of Bolay, singer Michaela Paige, Don Patel from the White Elephant, JoJo’s Raw Bar & Grill, Subway, Bonefish Grill, Starbucks and many more.
For more info., call Lisa Hafer at (561) 650-0129 or (561) 635-4084, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.