January 18, 2008
  Spotlight

Relay for Life

HSC employees gear up for Relay for Life 2008

Each year millions of volunteers across the country participate in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.  Health Science Center students and employees are joining the effort again this year.  The event raises funds to fight cancer and raise awareness of cancer prevention and treatment. During the Fort Worth relay, teams camp out at Farrington Field and take turns walking or running around the track for up to 24 hours

Eight HSC teams already have signed up for the Fort Worth relay in April, and many more are expected to join. Fundraising is underway.  This is the fourth year that HSC teams have participated in Relay for Life.  Last year, two HSC teams raised a total of $5,000 for the cause.

You can learn more about Relay for Life and volunteer opportunities at the kick-off breakfast this weekend.

ACS Relay for Life Kick Off Breakfast
January 19
7:30 - 9:30 am
Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar
6600 West Freeway
Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth’s Relay for Life is April 4, and other events are scheduled around North Texas. For more information, contact Jacklyn Crisp in molecular biology and immunology and Relay for Life of Fort Worth public relations/marketing chair. Or visit Relay for Life of Fort Worth online. UNT HSC Logo

 

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