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Saturday, May 16, 2015
12 p.m.-6 a.m.
Eastlake High School
400 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA Map it
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Relay For Life 2015 Schedule
(Subject to Change)
10am: Gates open for Participants
12pm: Opening Ceremony with Special Guest Speaker Dylan Walsh
1:30pm: Survivor Reception
2pm- 5pm: Carnival Games, Volleyball Tournament, and Photobooth! -including an inflatable obstacle course!
5pm: Eleanor Huss and Payton Moriarity performance on stage!
5:15pm: Bra Relay
6pm: Aw Snap! Improv on stage!
7pm: A capella on stage!
7:45pm: Ring Leader Lap
8:10pm: Sinister Minister on stage!
9pm: Telemocassin on stage!
10pm: Luminaria Ceremony with special guest speakers Megan Clay and Michael Nelson
11pm: Gates clsoe
11pm - 5pm: Quiet hours
11:30pm: First film showing
12am: Pajama Lap
2am: Raptor Run in honor of Officer Chapin
3am: Second film showing
5:30am: Closing Ceremony with Ryan Barney performance
6am: Gates open, Relay is over!
Relay for Life of Eastlake High School is this Weekend! May 16th, 2015
There will be a meeting this Wednesday 5/13 in Horners Room C223 at 12:15pm!
This meeting is mandatory so please send one representative from your team to bring all forms and offline donations!
Reminder! Each team must have 1 chaperone 25 tears or older for every 10 youth (youth is 18 AND under!)
Must have raised $100 in order to spend the night!
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American Cancer Society Relay For Life campus events serve as a powerful way for you to raise awareness and funds in the fight against cancer, from helping people facing the disease in your community to ensuring cancer is a thing of the past for future generations. The Relay For Life movement features campus and community events that offer an opportunity to honor the cancer survivors in your life, promote how you can reduce your cancer risk, and raise money to help find a cure. Today, with the support of thousands of student volunteers, the American Cancer Society is helping save more than 400 lives a day. And we won't stop until we end cancer once and for all!