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Learn About Relay
What to Expect at a Relay Event
Why We Fundraise
Everyone's reason to Relay is as unique as their own personal story. At
Relay, you can find healing, comfort, and support from others who have
faced cancer or who have lost a loved one to the disease. You have a
chance to meet people in the community who are equally as passionate
about finding an end to cancer in our lifetime.   

No matter why you take part in Relay, however, one thing is clear: with
every step you take, you are helping the American Cancer Society save
lives. With your help, we aren’t just fighting one type of cancer – we’re
fighting for every birthday threatened by every cancer in every community.
Each person who shares the Relay experience can take pride in knowing
that they are working to create a world where this disease will no longer
threaten the lives of our loved ones or claim another year of anyone’s life.
Hope Lodge
Getting the best care
sometimes means
cancer patients must
travel away from home.
This can place an extra emotional and financial
burden on patients and caregivers during an
already challenging time. The American Cancer
Society is trying to make this difficult situation
easier for both cancer patients and their families
through Hope Lodge.
Road to Recovery
Every day, cancer patients need rides to treatment. Some may not be able to drive themselves, and family
and friends cannot always help. Our Road To Recovery program provides rides to patients who have no
way to get to their cancer treatment.
Look Good...Feel Better
In a Look Good…Feel Better session, trained volunteer cosmetologists teach women how to cope with
skin changes and hair loss using cosmetics and skin care products donated by the cosmetic industry.
Reach to Recovery
If you have breast cancer, you may want to talk to someone who knows what you’re feeling – someone
who has “been there.” Through our Reach to Recovery program, we can match you with a volunteer who
will talk with you about coping with your breast cancer diagnosis and treatment.
College Scholarships
The American Cancer Society's Cancer Survivor College Scholarship Program is an opportunity exclusively
for students with a history of cancer. Established in 2000, the program is designed to provide young
cancer patients/survivors assistance in pursuing higher education from an accredited school. Talk to your
local office to learn more.
To learn more about how the American Cancer Society uses your donations, view The Society's Financial
Information on cancer.org.
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NMFCC Relay For Life Fundraisers/Events
Bakeless Bake Sale
    We would ask that instead of baking a cake or cookies, you contribute the amount of money you would spend on
    the ingredients by dropping your donation in the offering plate or give to Jennifer Pugh or drop off at the church
    office.

Luminaries
    We are selling luminaries for the Relay team. They will line the track at the Wetzel County 4-H grounds on June
    20th at 9:00pm. They are $5.00 each. you can have "In Momory of" someone who has been lost to caccer, "In
    Honor of" someone who has/had cancer, or "In Appreciation of" a Care Giver/Doctor etc. Anyoone interested can
    see Jenifer Pugh.
We Relay For Survivors
Relay
For Life
First Christian Church
(Disciples of Christ)
521 Maple Avenue
New Martinsville, WV  26155
(304)455-4460
Contemporary Service 9:00am
Traditional Service 10:45
First Christian Church
(Disciples of Christ)
521 Maple Avenue
New Martinsville, WV  26155
(304)455-4460
Contemporary Service 9:00am
Traditional Service 10:45
Wetzel County Relay For life
Friday, June 20th-
Saturday, June 21st 2014