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Auburn: Pancake breakfast to help support Relay for Life

Region – On Sunday, Aug. 17, from 8 – 10 a.m., the Relay for Life Teddy Bears Forever team will host a fundraising pancake breakfast at the Applebee's Neighborhood Grill, 680 Southbridge St., in Auburn. Proceeds from the breakfast will support the team and the Relay for Life of Central South County. Cost for the event is $10 per ticket and must be purchased in advance.

 

Relay for Life hosts events across the world that bring communities together to honor cancer survivors, honor those loved ones who were lost to cancer, and raise awareness and funds to help in cancer research and in finding a cure. Annually, over 5,000 Relay for Life events take place across 20 countries.

 

This year's Central South County Relay for Life will be held at Lemansky Field in Auburn Friday, Sept. 5, from 6 p.m. through Saturday, Sept. 6, at noon. Teams of people will camp out overnight for the event, which will feature a member from each team continually walking around the track at the field.

 

To purchase tickets for the breakfast, call Mary Haglund at 508-832-2628, ext. 115. For more information on the Relay for Life Central South County event or to make a donation, visit www.relayforlife.org.

 

 

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