Sunday, June 15, 2014

Relay For Life.......

SaucyKod Ready n Ridin'
The Annual Relay For Life kicked off with to a GREAT,
start with "The Watson Ranglers" sporting a new look.....
The Watson Wranglers
A couple of Nice Canadian Wrangler Boys
Wrangler Kids had fun too
n' play time for some Adults ? he,he
The "Neon Lights" hooted and howled as they walked n danced around the track.
The Devil's Inn were just a bunch of Teddy Bears in disguise :)
....and -our favourite "Fella In Red" was there to lead the Parade.
There were 29 teams participating. 
This past week was the 12th Annual Relay for Life in St. Stephen. 
The relay began at high noon and ended at the stroke of midnight. There were many competitions throughout the day, music, treasure hunts, great food and just lots of community closeness. As dusk settled, the lighting of the luminary ceremony began. - A silence fell over the field - 
Time for reflection, Time to look ahead, 
Time to remember those that fought the battle, 
Time to renew Strength and HOPE.
This small town earned approximately $60,000 in 12 short hours. 
There are Relays For Life all across the country this month, 
and perhaps in the town you live in too. 


Gail said...

Thank you for working for such a good cause.

Great pictures.

DJan said...

How wonderful! I love your pictures. It looks like it was just a great day filled with fun and making money at the same time! :-)

Linda Wildenstein said...

What a wonderful event. Looks like all had a great time for a great cause. Happy Summer, Oma Linda

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

You all look like you have so much fun up there in Canada! I called PH in from the front drive and had him put that mirror away. He cried but he put it away for today! heh heh!

Jackie said...

Relay for Life is such a worthy cause. I do hope that a cure for cancer is found very very soon. That disease has taken too many too soon.
Great photos, Saucy! Looks like a grand time was had by all as you raised the money for Relay for Life.
Hugs for you,

biebkriebels said...

That looks like a lot of fun, you on your sturdy motorbike and that man in red with his big hat a Mountie, love him.

Countryside Tales said...

It looks so colourful, and like everyone was having a good time. Love the Mountie! x

Friko said...

Small towns (and villages) do these events best. Everybody gets involved and has great fun and a lot of money is raised for good causes in the process.

Can’t be bad.