Relays For Life: Join a Vanderbilt Team

March 18, 2010

Relay For Life is an event brought to you by the American Cancer Society (ACS) and takes place in different communities throughout the world. At Relay, teams of people come together to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and to raise awareness for the fight against cancer. During this 24 hour event, each team member takes turns walking/running around the track. During the walk, there are several events that occur to honor those who have survived Cancer and to remember those who lost their battle.

Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center at Franklin is a presenting sponsor for the Williamson County Relay for Life, and Vanderbilt is pleased to be fielding teams for both the Williamson County and the Davidson County relays. We would love to have you as part of either one or both of Vanderbilt’s teams — whether you are a member of the faculty or staff, a patient or family member or simply a friend of Vanderbilt your participation is appreciated in this year’s Relays. Please contact the following team leaders for the county in which you would like to participate:

Davidson County Relay For Life
June 18th and 19th, LP Field, 6 pm-6 am

For more information or to join our team, click here.

Contact:
Jennifer Rice, Vanderbilt Marketing Outreach Coordinator
Phone: (615) 936-0301
Email: jennifer.rice@vanderbilt.edu

Williamson County Relay For Life
June 5th and 6th
Franklin Recreation Complex
6pm – 6am

For more information or to join our team, click here.

Contact:
Britton Burton, Vanderbilt Marketing Outreach Coordinator
Phone: (615) 936-0301
Email: britton.burton@vanderbilt.edu

    2 Comments

    1. This needs to be updated. I think there is a Relay for Life coming up in Nov. being held by the university.

      Comment by Pam Martin — September 16, 2010 @ 1:02 pm

    2. Thanks for the comment, Pam. I hadn’t deleted these old stories b/c they are dated (see date of March 2010), but perhaps we should do so when they are clearly tied to an event that has passed.

      Comment by Cynthia Manley — September 24, 2010 @ 2:09 pm

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