Relay for Life 2019

WJBC is proud to be a part of Relay for Life. Help be a part of this wonderful event that benefits the American Cancer Society.

This year’s event will return to Bloomington High School on Friday, June 21st at 6:00pm – Saturday, June 22nd at 9:00am.

The public is welcome to come and stop by anytime while teams and participants stay the duration of the event. There will be live music, food, fundraisers, a ceremony honoring those we’ve lost to cancer, and a lap around the track dedicated to cancer survivors. Fun for the whole family!

While it’s called a relay, this is not a running event. No athletic skill is needed to participate! Just a passion for celebrating, honoring and fighting back against cancer.

Join together to help fight cancer, remember loved ones lost, honor survivors, and make a global impact on the fight.

To register your own team or as an individual CLICK HERE

If you’re unable to attend the walk, CLICK HERE  to donate to WJBC’s team: Team Laughlin.

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