RELAY FOR LIFE Sussex-Menomonee Falls-Pewaukee Kick Off Party Sunday, February 19th 3PM

Feb. 5, 2012

Let the Relay Games Begin!

Kick-Off Party for the Relay For Life
Sussex, Menomonee Falls, Pewaukee
February 19th 2012
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Village Bowl
N86 W18330 Main Street – Menomonee Falls

Bowling, Shoes, Soda and Food $25 or Food Only $15

Small Raffle
All proceeds will be shared by all teams represented

Short meeting with information regarding the 2012 Relay starting at 3:00pm.
Reserve now to make sure you will be bowling with your team members.
100 Spots available – spots are going fast. Call or email Nancy Mueller to make your reservation or for more information 414-659-3523, nam1118@wi.rr.com.

2012 Relay Theme is "Carrying the Torch to Fight Cancer" Yes, it is an Olympic Theme!

Mark your Calendars for Friday, June 15, 2012 at 6PM to help us Celebrate, Remember and Fight Back. Relay is not just an Event, but a Life Changing Experience.

Event will be held at Sussex Hamilton High School W220 N6151 Town Line Road, Sussex, WI 53089.

Open to the Community and we especially all Survivors and Caregivers to join us at 6PM for Opening Ceremonies and the Survivor and Caregiver Laps to start off our 16 hour event.

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