VIDEO: DANCE AGAINST CANCER: AN EVENING TO BENEFIT THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Comes To ... 2018 Relay For Life of Hunterdon County slated for May 11 Hospital signs on as presenting member Campus rallies at Relay to fight cancer Locals help ACS fulfill goal of doubling cancer research funds

VIDEO: DANCE AGAINST CANCER: AN EVENING TO BENEFIT THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Comes To ...

Dance Against Cancer producers Erin Fogarty and Daniel Ulbricht have partnered with the American Cancer Society to present the eighth annual fundraisi

Dance Against Cancer producers Erin Fogarty and Daniel Ulbricht have partnered with the American Cancer Society to present the eighth annual fundraising event on Monday, May 7, 2018. BWW Exclusively Premieres Clip from STEP UP: HIGH WATER ft. Karaoke, "Lip-Sync Battles," and other field games will be held. Hillsdale Hospital will be sponsoring the survivor dinner from 4:30-6 p.m. Avallone explained how he soon became very supportive of his brother’s cancer battle and chemotherapy treatment.

2018 Relay For Life of Hunterdon County slated for May 11

During the opening ceremony, Pizitz Middle School student Will Nailen was surprised with a trip to Lake Tahoe. Check out video from last year's event below! On May 11th, 2018, Hunterdon County residents are invited to rally hope around a cure for cancer in this year's annual Relay for Life. The night of Relay is designed to spark feelings of community, support, and hope for people who have felt the effects of cancer on any level.

Hospital signs on as presenting member

HILLSDALE — Hillsdale Hospital President and CEO Duke Anderson announced Friday that the hospital will continue its support for the American Cancer Society, Hillsdale County Relay For Life.A team from the hospital will once again be a part of this year’s event.Anderson a survivor of cancer himself, was pleased to sign the hospital on as a presenting member donating $5,000 toward the fundraising goal.Hillsdale Hospital’s team members have been active with bake

Expand Erica Techo As part of the Survivor's Walk, cancer survivors and their families circle the track of Vestavia Hills High School's football field on April 13, 2018. The survivor walk followed, at which time survivors and their families walked the VHHS track, as students lined the inside of the football field and cheered. Nev Schulman will perform as host for the event, which will be held at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center located at 1941 Broadway (between 65 and 66 streets).

Campus rallies at Relay to fight cancer

Don't Threaten or Abuse. The walk was an opening event for the school's Relay for Life celebration. × 2 of 14 Expand Erica Techo VHHS students sit on the football field at VHHS on April 13, 2018. Wow, wow and wow! Tickets are $175 for General Admission, $350 for VIP and $750 for Preferred VIP with dress rehearsal access and are available at dacny.org . The main event ends at 11:00pm and is followed by an optional overnight segment held until 6:00am.

Locals help ACS fulfill goal of doubling cancer research funds

The vision is quite clear for the American Cancer Society, which wants to double its contributions in 2018 to better support cancer research and services to those stricken with the life-altering disease.

ACS is still committed to finding a cure for cancer. Threats of harming another person will not be tolerated. The chair was set up for Vestavia Hills High School's annual Relay for Life evenet. × 5 of 14 Expand Erica Techo A member of the VHHS Relay for Life team throws a football on April 13, 2018. KGNS-TV 120 W. Co-producers and longtime friends Erin Fogarty and Daniel Ulbricht conceived Dance Against Cancer in 2010 to unite the dance community around the fight against cancer.

VHHS Relay surpasses quarter million dollar fundraising goal

Vestavia Hills High School raised more than $253,000 for the American Cancer Society and the Oncology Department of Children's Hospital.

One of many students who participated donated 16 inches of her hair, according to a Hair Worx employee. We’ve seen really positive feedback in our mergers (of community Relays). Be Truthful. The walk was an opening event for the school's Relay for Life celebration. × 9 of 14 Expand Erica Techo Aaron Oliver, college counselor at VHHS, sits in a dunk tank on April 13, 2018. Viewers with disabilities can get assistance accessing this station's FCC Public Inspection File by contacting the station with the information listed below.

Laredo to go purple for cancer awareness

The American Cancer Society has announced plenty of fun activities for Paint Laredo Purple Week.

The Opening Ceremonies began at 7:30 PM after the playing of the national anthem and featured two young adults affected by cancer. At 9:30 p.m., the luminaria featured a beautiful lighting display of white bags with the names of both deceased and living cancer patients and caregivers’ names written on them. One such area ACS has expanded is its Road to Recovery program, which offers free rides to cancer patients to and from treatments.

Sorority's Relay for Life team conducting Purple Pansy Potty fundraiser

Andrew Avallone, a senior mechanical engineering major, reminisced about a day much like April 13 — a beautiful, sunny day spent with loved ones. Students spent the night laughing while playing fun games, but also sharing somber and emotional stories of how cancer has affected their lives. Last year, ACS was able to assist 1,200 patients in Santa Clara County, including 1,500 free rides to treatment, according to Shaver.

VHHS had the goal of raising $250,000 by the end of the night. × 14 of 14 Expand Photo by Elizabeth Nance, Courtesy of VHHS Relay. The American Cancer Society is a global grassroots force of nearly 2 million volunteers dedicated to saving lives, celebrating lives, and leading the fight for a world without cancer. The 2018 Hunterdon County Relay for Life has a carnival theme, so participants can expect a lively environment complete with fair games and other activities.