RELAY FOR LIFE

Concordia Holds Relay for Life to Raise Money for the Fight Against Cancer

The goal is to raise $35,000

MOORHEAD, Minn. —┬áConcordia College is bringing the community together to raise money for the fight against cancer. Relay for Life is a 12-hour event, and all money raised will go towards the American Cancer Society. The goal is to get to $35,000. Over three hundred people are taking part. There are all sorts of games and activities, from volleyball to…

Fargo North High School Celebrates Fourth Annual “Relay for Life”

Cancer survivors walked a lap around the Fargo North track to kick off the ceremony

FARGO, N.D. — After months of preparation, Relay for Life at Fargo North High School celebrated its fourth annual celebration. The event promotes cancer awareness, and honor those who have lost their fight to cancer or are currently fighting the disease, while also donating the funds to the American Cancer Society A dozen survivors walked around the track to kick…

Fargo North Students Dismantle Old Car to “Smash Out Cancer”

Event looks to raise awareness for cancer research, leading up to Fargo North's Relay for Life Friday

FARGO, N.D. —┬áStudents at Fargo North High School hammer their way through an old car to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The annual “Smash Out for Cancer” gives students the chance to dismantle an old car with a sledgehammer for fifteen to thirty seconds. With loud bursts of aggression, the echoes from the sledgehammer could be heard ringing…

High School Students are Fishing for a Cure

Students are dipping in their fishing rods hoping to pull out some cancer research funds ahead of Relay for Life

FARGO, ND – Students are dipping in their fishing rods hoping to pull out some cancer research funds. In preparation for Relay for Life on Friday April 13th, students at Fargo North High School went fishing for a cure, using magnetic rods to fish out a prize. During the school lunch periods, kids donated $1.00, casted the lure into a…

Fargo North Students “Smash Out” Cancer

Organizers say this year's planning is already proving to be a smashing success

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo North students are getting tough and taking out their aggression on cancer one smash at a time. The school is holding its annual “Smash Out Cancer” and Relay for Life fundraiser for Relay Spirit Week. Students donate money to take a few swings at a car with a sledgehammer and say it’s their way of smashing…