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Relay for Life raises $2,500 during two hour boot drive



A firefighter from Rincon Station # 64 collects money for Relay for Life at the corner of Cole Grade & Valley Center Rd. The volunteers raised $2,500 in two and a half hours. Photo courtesy of Kerbs Custom Photography.

A firefighter from Rincon Station # 64 collects money for Relay for Life at the corner of Cole Grade & Valley Center Rd. The volunteers raised $2,500 in two and a half hours. Photo courtesy of Kerbs Custom Photography.

Relay For Life of Valley Center Leadership Team Members along with Rincon Fire Station #64 held its first boot drive this year on Saturday, April 11 at the corner of Cole Grade & Valley Center roads.

They raised over $1,500 in less than two hours; to support the mission of the American Cancer Society; to fund research for a cure and to provide programs and services for those who have been diagnosed with cancer.

The Rincon Fire Station chief, captains, and firefighters have supported the Relay For Life of Valley Center for the past four years with boot driving, car washes and participation at the event with a team.

Find out how you can help support these efforts by visiting our website at www.relayforlife.org/valleycenterca or contact Sharon Briscoe at sbriscoerelay@hotmail.com

Relay For Life of Valley Center will take place on June 20 starting at 9 a.m. and will continue for 24 hours until 9 a.m. on the 21st at Bates Nut Farm.


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