The Relay for Life of Renton last weekend raised $42,793.27 to help fight cancer in the community. More than 250 participants on 32 teams made up of local businesses, organization and school groups participated in the event. Submitted photo from The Relay for Life of Renton.

The Relay for Life of Renton last weekend raised $42,793.27 to help fight cancer in the community. More than 250 participants on 32 teams made up of local businesses, organization and school groups participated in the event. Submitted photo from The Relay for Life of Renton.

Renton holds Relay for Life June 22

  • Saturday, June 30, 2018 10:00am
  • Life

The following is a press release from Relay for Life of Renton.

The Relay for Life of Renton took place June 22 and 23, raising $42,793.27 with more than 250 participants who came out to fight cancer in our community.

Thirty-two teams, many of which were made up of local businesses, organization and school groups participated in the Relay this year.

Relay for Life would also like to thank Mayor of Tukwila Allan Ekberg and Renton Councilmember Ruth Perez for coming out to speak at the opening ceremony.

We thank everyone who came out to help fight cancer in our community, and we look forward to Relaying with everyone again next year, it said in a press release from Relay for Life of Renton.

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