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Friday, May 01, 2015
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440 S Brainard St, Naperville, IL Map it
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Many of you on campus have heard about NCC Relay for Life whether it be that you participated in a past NCC Relay, had a friend, roommate or professor that participated or have seen us around campus. However, as a Event Leadership Team for NCC Relay For Life we hear the same quesiton daily, what is Relay?!
Relay is ENGAGING, FUN, INSPIRING, and mostly it is HOPE! To give the students, faculty, and staff at NCC a little bit more about What is Relay and why YOU should get involved, we decided to dedicate a whole week to explaining...
What is Relay Week?
Monday, February 2nd - Friday, February 6th
Each day we will be at different areas on campus giving students, faculty and staff the opportunity
to learn more about what Relay is, to sign-up teams/participants, and to hear
how North Central College is fighting back against cancer!
Come stop by!
Kauffman - Monday and Tuesday from 5PM - 7PM
The Cage - Wednesday from 11AM - 1PM
The Cage - Thursday from 1:15PM - 2PM
Also check us out on Facebook at /www.facebook.com/RelayForLifeAtNCC
to hear more about the impact we are making on the fight against cancer and
how YOU too can get more involved!
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!