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Fundraiser planned for Relay for Life

The Tickled Pink Yís Guys team of the Salisbury YMCA plans a summer cruise to the Bahamas and you can reserve your cabin now for only $25 per person if you make payment by Thursday, Dec. 22. The cruise will benefit Relay for Life of Rowan County.
The five-day Carnival Fantasy cruise sails out of Charlestonís harbor on July 30, 2012, and docks at both Nassau and Freeport. In Nassau, visit the famed Atlantis Resort, take a city tour or try a private island adventure. In Freeport, shore excursions may include the Grand Bahamas Harley ride, The Two Tank reef dive or a Freeport biking adventure. Catamaran sailing, snorkeling and kayaking are also available. The return to Charleston is on Aug. 4.
Yís Guys plan activities each day to raise funds for the American Cancer Society, including a day to wear purple and Relay or American Cancer Society gear; dressing in Casino Royale style for formal night; a 1950s dress-up night; a night to dress up for the luau, and a red, white, and blue day to celebrate America the Beautiful in line with Rowan Countyís theme for 2012, ěIndependence Day at Relay: Fighting For Freedom from Cancer.î
For more information and to make reservation, contact Jennifer Horan at 1-866-919-4604. Information is also available on Facebook: Relay For Life ń Cruising to Find a Cure.
ěRelay For Life is an overnight event designed to celebrate survivorship and raise money for research and programs of the American Cancer Society. The 2012 Rowan County Relay will be held May 4-5. Relay event chair is Brittney Barnhardt, statonla@rss.k12.nc.us. For information or services of the American Cancer Society: www.cancer.org. or 1-800-ACS-2345 (227-2345). See also www.relayforlife.org/rowan.

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