Relay For Life a huge success
Also speaking at the event was Leo Glavine, Kings West MLA and Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage.
Glavine, Karissa, and Olivia cut the Relay For Life 2018 cake and everybody got a slice – plus coffee or tea.
Throughout the evening, members of the relay teams continuously walked around the arena, dressed in costumes or sporting company T-shirts.
East Coast Fitness for Women conducted a high-energy Zumba workout that had even the onlookers exhausted. There Donna’s Do’ers and Dreamers may have been the most colourful team at the Middleton Relay For Life event at the Middleton Arena. There were 12 teams altogether and the event raised more than $36,000. were bands, a luminary ceremony, and lots of volunteer help from locals, including from the Nictaux Firettes, Emmanuel Church, and Middleton firefighters for leading the Survivors’ Walk. Kings children’s chorus was also there plus students from ww Regional High School who helped out.
Olivia Carson, West Kings MLA Leo Glavine, and Karissa Bezanson cut the Relay For Life 2018 cake during the Survivors’ Reception June 2 at the Middleton Arena.
Luminaries ringed the walking track at the Middleton Relay for Life June 2 at the Middleton Arena.
East Coast Fitness for Women put the music on and the got the crowd involved in Zumba during the Middleton Relay for Life at the arena June 2. Young and old alike took part.
Karissa Bezanson and Olivia Carson pose at the Middleton Relay For Life June 2 at the Middleton Arena. The two girls were part of the Survivors’ Reception at the event that raised more than $36,000 for cancer research.
This youngster at the Middleton Relay For Life showed that he supported the event that raises funds to help fight cancer. Altogether the event raised more than $36,000 as 12 teams accepted pledges from members of the public.