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Relay event fighting ‘Dirty’ against cancer

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN exeter – For the first time, the Dirty Poppas band will rock n’ roll this year’s Exeter Relay for Life. On Saturday, May 20th from 5-7 p.m. at the main stage , the band will move and groove the crowd with classic rock and a mixture of country tunes. The […]

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Run for a cure on your own time

@TheSunGazette exeter – There will be no start gun shots or nervous, pre-race jitters at the starting line. In fact, there’s not even an official starting line. For the first time, the Exeter Relay for Life will be hosting a Virtual Half Marathon giving the community a chance to support a good cause while running, […]

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Signing Up Survivors

By Patrick Dillon @PDillon_SGN exeter – With the ninth annual Exeter Relay for Life just around the corner the town is a buzz with excitement. Relay centers around cancer survivor’s and the inspiration they provide to those who have been newly diagnosed with cancer. Each year the event opens with a Survivor’s Lap, a time […]

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Tagging in more Relayers

@TheSunGazette exeter — Tag. You’re it. The Exeter Relay For Life has changed the name of its pre-Relay promotional event from Paint the Town Purple to Tag the Town Tuesdays. The name change reflects an emphasis on getting the community to participate in the event rather than just telling them its coming up, said Keri […]

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WHAT IS RELAY FOR LIFE? COME AND FIND OUT

@TheSunGazette exeter – Every one of us has been touched by cancer. Whether it is a relative who died before we were old enough to remember or a child taken too young, cancer continues to kill 7.6 million people around the world each year. The statistics might seem overwhelming but there is strength in numbers […]

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Expect the worst…but hope for the best

By Reggie Ellis @Reggie_SGN exeter – When Dana Berner was diagnosed with cancer she wasn’t shocked. In fact, she expected it. What was more shocking to Berner is the type of cancer she was diagnosed with, thyroid cancer, which has one of the highest survival rates, because she was expecting the doctor to say leukemia, […]

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Western Week takes off with free flights at Woodlake Airport

@TheSunGazette woodlake – Yes it’s true that tigers are land mammals. But this Saturday, May 6, young tigers will take flight. An annual part of Woodlake Western Week, local pilots take kids ages 8 to 17 into the wild blue yonder. After parents sign a consent form, pilots talk about the airplane, complete a careful […]

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Who will take the ‘reigns’ as Rodeo Queen?

By Amy C. Witt @AmyCWitt_SGN woodlake – With their shinny smiles, glittery buckles, perfect hair, flashy mounts and nice felt hats, rodeo queens have pranced around the Woodlake Lion’s Club rodeo since 1953. Each year, Woodlake pays tribute to a young horsewomen by crowning her with a beautiful tiara, belt buckle and saddle. The young […]

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Paint the town Redbud for Mother’s Day

@TheSunGazette three rivers – The Arts Alliance of Three Rivers is continuing this great Three Rivers Tradition. This year, the event will be held on May 13-14, Mother’s Day weekend, and will again be at the Three Rivers Memorial Building. The Redbud Festival promises to showcase some of the best regional artists and crafters as […]

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‘Main’ event brings local artists to Exeter

@TheSunGazette exeter – Not only does art inspire our imagination and expand our experiences, studies show it also raises the spirit and health of individuals and significantly enhances our local economy. That is the goal of 14 artists who are bringing their varied media, styles and talent to Exeter as part of their efforts to […]

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