2014 Snake River Relay For Life teams’ mission accomplished to fight cancer

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25 teams walked laps for 12 hours at Adams Field in Clarkston.
CLARKSTON, WA - The L-C Valley came together at Adams Field on Friday to raise money and awareness about cancer.

The Snake River Relay For Life kicked off at 7:00 p.m. with the Survivors Walk. Cancer survivors joined their loved ones in a walk around the track, supported by the applause of onlookers. 25 teams and around 200 participants spent 12- hours walking in themed laps like the 'Tutu Lap' and the 'Funky Bra Lap."

Fundraising proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. If you're interested in participating in the next Relay For Life, head to our klew facebook page, where we've provided a link to sign up.