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Seward County Relay For Life A huge Success
06/18/2009

Organizers of the Seward County Relay For Life have deemed this years event as on of the best ever. The event this year took place on May 29th at Bluebonnet Park and saw a huge crowd attend the festivities. 23 teams participated in the 2009 Relay with an estimated 250 walkers. Raised this year from the teams that participated, along with corporate sponsors, luminaries, and other fundraising efforts, was $42,675.05. The Dillons team raised the most money with $5,606.80, followed by the Silver Bullets at $3, 603.25. in third was the Shots For A Cure team with $2,797.72. Dillons also won the Most Dedicated To The Cause Award. Best Decorated Camp Site went to the Scrub Away Cancer team. Teams have until August the 3rd to raise more money to be counted in the 2009 totals.

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