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Be part of the organizing team for 2015 Relay For Life in Smiths Falls

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If you would like to be part of an enthusiastic team working on an exciting event in support of the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS), consider becoming a member of the Steering Committee for the Relay For Life (RFL) in Smiths Falls.

With plans just commencing for the 2015 RFL, which will take place on Saturday, June 13, the following positions still need to be filled on the Steering Committee:

 

  • Online/Offline Fundraising Coach
  • Fight Back Zone – Educational displays and activities
  • Activities Children and Adult
  • Logistics
  • Parking and Campsites
  • Accounting
  • Information

 

“The Relay Steering Committee is the committee that organizes and sets up, with the help of others, each year’s Relay,” explained Bill McNicol, Chair of the 2015 RFL in Smiths Falls. “Without this committee, there would be no Relay. We meet once a month to plan the event. You will work behind the scenes on your own area and bring back to the committee your ideas and put your input into the overall event.”

 

RFL is an inspirational, non-competitive, 12-hour fundraising event that brings the community together to celebrate life and fight cancer. All proceeds raised from the event go to the CCS to assist with cancer research and support the many programs that the society’s Leeds, Grenville and Lanark community office offers to those who have cancer, cancer survivors and caregivers.

 

Having been part of Relay for many years, McNicol can attest to what an amazing experience it is to be involved in the organizing of this event and encourages others to come forward to volunteer of their time and talents on the Steering Committee.

 

“I find it very rewarding,” he said, “to know you are doing something to help eradicate cancer and bring people together for this very worthy cause.”

 

For further information on how to become a member of the Steering Committee for the 2015 RFL in Smiths Falls, contact the Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Community Office of the CCS at 613-267-1058 (toll-free 1-800-367-2913) or email lanarklg@ontario.ca.

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Be part of the organizing team for 2015 Relay For Life in Smiths Falls

relay for life smiths falls

If you would like to be part of an enthusiastic team working on an exciting event in support of the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS), consider becoming a member of the Steering Committee for the Relay For Life (RFL) in Smiths Falls.

With plans just commencing for the 2015 RFL, which will take place on Saturday, June 13, the following positions still need to be filled on the Steering Committee:

 

  • Online/Offline Fundraising Coach
  • Fight Back Zone – Educational displays and activities
  • Activities Children and Adult
  • Logistics
  • Parking and Campsites
  • Accounting
  • Information

 

“The Relay Steering Committee is the committee that organizes and sets up, with the help of others, each year’s Relay,” explained Bill McNicol, Chair of the 2015 RFL in Smiths Falls. “Without this committee, there would be no Relay. We meet once a month to plan the event. You will work behind the scenes on your own area and bring back to the committee your ideas and put your input into the overall event.”

 

RFL is an inspirational, non-competitive, 12-hour fundraising event that brings the community together to celebrate life and fight cancer. All proceeds raised from the event go to the CCS to assist with cancer research and support the many programs that the society’s Leeds, Grenville and Lanark community office offers to those who have cancer, cancer survivors and caregivers.

 

Having been part of Relay for many years, McNicol can attest to what an amazing experience it is to be involved in the organizing of this event and encourages others to come forward to volunteer of their time and talents on the Steering Committee.

 

“I find it very rewarding,” he said, “to know you are doing something to help eradicate cancer and bring people together for this very worthy cause.”

 

For further information on how to become a member of the Steering Committee for the 2015 RFL in Smiths Falls, contact the Lanark, Leeds and Grenville Community Office of the CCS at 613-267-1058 (toll-free 1-800-367-2913) or email lanarklg@ontario.ca.

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