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Relay brings out thousands
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St. Philip's Episcopal Church, the prayer team's chapel.

Relay schools

See how a couple schools participated


A few highlights from the relay
Details from Friday-Saturday's Liberty County Relay for Life were still coming in Saturday afternoon, but it was pretty clear that it was a success.
Chairman Brian Carter said Friday night that more than the goal of $100,000 to donate to the American Cancer Society had already been met and that he was hoping for as much as $30,000 from the night of activities.
An estimated 5,000 people were around Frank Long Elementary School as the evening started with a special walk for survivors.
Participating teams came from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Amazing Kids of Bethesda Church, ASA, ASMC, Baconton Stars, Battlefighters, Button Gwinnett Elementary School, Coastal Communication, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Diamond Elementary School, Enlisted Spouses Club, First Presbyterian Christian Academy, First Zion Baptist Church, Frank Long Elementary School, Fort Stewart/HAAF BOSS Program, Full Gospel Tabernacle Church, Georgia Power, Hinesville Area Board of Realtors, Hinesville First United Methodist Church, Island Rhythm Caribbean Association, Joseph Martin Elementary School, Lewis Frasier Middle School, Liberty County Pre-K Center, Liberty Regional Medical Center, Lyman Hall Elementary School, McDonald's, Midway United Methodist Church, Savannah Tech, Snelson-Golden Middle School, SNF/Chemtall, St. Philips Episcopal Church, St. Stephens Catholic Church, The Curtis Crew, The Heritage Bank and Victory Chapel.

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