Relay For Life Kick Offs Off Tuesday

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Updated: 1/28 10:09 am
The American Cancer Society's Fayette County Relay For Life may not be for a few more months, but potential teams are encouraged to attend the Tuesday kick off to get a jump start on fundraising.

Tuesday night's event runs from 6 to 7:30 pm at Central Baptist Church in Lexington, located at the corner of Wilson Downing and Nicholasville Roads.

This year's Relay theme is "Relay Around The World", a theme that will play a part in fundraisers leading up to the May event and will present some fun decorating ideas for teams at the Relay itself.

Potential teams can come to Tuesday night's kick off to see if Relay is an event they would like to take part in. Proceeds from the Relay For Life benefit the American Cancer Society's mission to "create a world with less cancer and more birthdays."

The Relay For Life Fayette County takes place Friday, May 30 through Saturday, May 31 at Masterson Station Park.

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