Relay for Life 2014
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New Location! Sierra Vista Middle School, Sunnyside noon Sat., May 17th until noon Sun., May 18th Relay for Life 2014 Celebrate Remember NEWS ‘TODAY’S LOCAL NEWS TODAY’ DAILY SUN A Special Supplement to the Daily Sun News and Sun News Shopper May 13, 2014 2 - Daily Sun News Relay for life May 13, 2014 New location adds to excitement of 2014 Relay For Life by Julia Hart With a new location and a new theme “Get Loud and Finish the Fight,” the annual Relay For Life of the Lower Valley is set to be an exciting 24-hour event, according to this year’s central committee. The overnight fundraiser will be held in Sunnyside for the first time, at Sunnyside’s Sierra Vista Middle School, 916 N. 16th Street from noon to noon Saturday and Sunday, May 17 and 18, according to event chairman Troy Berglund. “We’ll be in Sunnyside for the first time,” he said. So far more than 555 individuals have registered as a part of the event, representing 29 teams. “There is still time to sign-up and walk the track with your friends,” said Wendee Bodnar, American Cancer Society representative. She said if individuals are unable to walk but want to honor the memory of those who have been impacted by cancer, “…we are still taking donations for luminary bags,” Bodnar said. To make a donation for the luminary ceremony go to the American Cancer Society website and search for main.acsevents.org and for Relay For Life. The details are all there for making a donation, she said. Berglund said the 2014 Lower Valley goal is $80,000. ‑ Julia Hart can be contacted at 509-837-4500, or email JHart@DailySunNews.com SV Falcons for a Cure co-captains Sherri Graff and Lisa Daniels (L-R) are eager to welcome Lower Valley Relay For Life teams to their middle school track this coming weekend, May 17 and 18, for the annual 24-hour cancer-fighting walk. More than 500 participants are expected to take to the track to walk in support of cancer awareness and research. Among the items which will also be lining the track will be luminary bags placed on the track Saturday night in memory of those lost to cancer. The lumeraria ceremony will be held at 10 p.m. Saturday night. 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Lisa Daniel and Sherri Graff Daily Sun News Purple Angels Julia Hart and Job Wise Smith School Kool Koalas Sally Mendoza and Becky Knott Wutzkes Waddlers Janita Wutzke McClure McWalkers Robin Smith Team Benton REA Troy Berglund Mission Possible Lorri Gilmur-Dillman All Night for the Fight Olivia Puente SSD Cancer Crushers Curtis Campbell Grizzly Nation Kelly Story Cancer squishers Patrick Jaquish Team Green Linda Cussins and Noah Cussins Team Survive Shirley Delaney The Hair Culture Maria Lopez Notorious C.U.R.E. 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Wine Country Rd. • Grandview Relay for Life 201 North Sixth Street Sunnyside • 837-6701 Proud Supporter of Valley Auto Parts Working together to fight the battle & win the war against cancer 1405 East Edison Ave. Sunnyside 233 Division Street Grandview • 882-1078 837-7400 &SPORTS PHYSICAL T H E R A P Y S U N N Y S I D E 4 - Daily Sun News Relay for life May 13, 2014 Dedicated core group takes on 2014 Relay For Life event by Julia Hart It takes a lot of people to pull together a Relay For Life event. Many of the 2014 Relay For Life of the Lower Valley volunteers have served on the central committee for more than one year. But some, like this year’s chairman Troy Berglund, are first timers. He is joined by Eric Miller as the event’s co-chairs. Volunteering as the team’s retention and mentoring chair is Doug Rogers, who is also the principal at Sierra Vista Middle School, the location of the May 17-18 event. This year’s relay will be held on the middle school track, and while currently there are no bleachers on the site, Relay organizers expect to have seating moved on site in time for the event, as well as extra restroom facilities. The teams’ tents will line the inside of the track, as will the entertainment stage. While there are currently more than 558 participants registered for the 24-hour fundraiser, nearly that many more will visit the event in support of the walkers, said Berglund. “And most of them will be purchasing items which will be for sale on site,” he added. All the money is going towards the $80,000 goal, set for this year,” he added. Also serving on the Relay committee are Missy Jasso of Prosser serving as the sponsorship chair, Kayla Rodriguez of Sunnyside, online chairperson, Lorri GilmurDillman, mission delivery chair, survivor and caregiver co-chairs Shirley Delany and Janita Wutzke of Sunnyside, publicity co-chairs Debbie Holwegner and Curtis Campbell, registration and accounting chairperson Tiffany Coleman of Grandview, Deb Rodriguez of Sunnyside as the luminaria chairperson and Teryn Truax of Grandview as the entertainment chairperson. THANK YOU for choosing us to care for your family’s health. • Accepting new patients • Same day appointments • Convenient extended hours • Medicaid and most insurance accepted • Affordable care for those without insurance PLUS… in-clinic pharmacies, and WIC nutrition services at several of our locations. Now partnering with Sunnyside Community Hospital for hospital care for all ages. 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Laura Gjovaag/Daily Sun News Harrison Middle School teacher Sarah Podvin dribbles the ball down court against Sierra Vista Middle School teacher Greg Stroh in a one-on-one competition that had the audience cheering. The charity basketball game, which Harrison won 66-46, raised more than $800 for Relay for Life and allowed many students to see a side of their teachers that they’d never witnessed before. Did you know that Puterbaugh Construction Did you that Puterbaugh Construction is aknow Full-Service General Contractor? is a Full-Service General Contractor? We Do More Than Concrete! We Do More Than Concrete! Not only do we pour & finish Not only concrete, do we pour & build finish awesome we & awesome concrete, we build & renovate whole facilities, too! renovate whole facilities, too! 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Among the entertainment activities will be a balloon toss, face painting and throughout the day walkers will be encouraged to participant in theme laps. Saturday evening from 7 to 8 p.m. everyone not walking will be invited to learn a few Zumba steps, according to Entertainment Chair Teryn Truax. Truax said she is still looking for individuals or groups interested in providing on stage entertainment throughout the 24-hour event. For details or to volunteer call her at 1(509) 439-1882 or at 1-(509) 439-9501. Also, there will be a number of food vendors on site to feed the walkers. Most of the 29 teams will also be selling items to help bump up their total Relay donation numbers, said Wendee Bodnar, American Cancer Society representative. The luminary ceremony will be held at 10 p.m., when the luminary bags will line the track with light in honor of loved ones who have succumbed to cancer. The bags may be purchased on site or by calling Deb Rodriguez at 1-(509)-391-9108. The weekend fundraiser will conclude at noon on Sunday, May 18, with an announcement of the fundraising totals, and a recognition ceremony and retiring of the colors. “Even if you are not walking but want to come down and support the cause, please feel free to do so,” said Bodnar. “Come join your friends and help us finish the fight.” “Yakima Neighborhood Health Services is My Family’s Health Home ” Finding a health home that meets your needs is important. If you’re new to insurance, or if you need help getting to the provider of your choice, Yakima Neighborhood Health Services can help! It’s Your Choice! SUNNYSIDE 509.837.8200 YAKIMA 509.454.4143 ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS! 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LAST YEAR, WE GAVE EACH YEAR, WE ASSIST NEARLY IN 2012, WE SAVED 41,000 PATIENTS AND THEIR CAREGIVERS MORE THAN CANCER SURVIVORS RIDES TO TREATMENT, making nearly 200,000 round-trips for patients and caregivers. 1 MILLION PEOPLE WHO CALL US AT 1-800-227-2345 by providing valuable cancer information and connecting them to the resources they need. $26 MILLION IN LODGING COSTS BY PROVIDING A FREE PLACE TO STAY when they have to travel for treatment. LAST YEAR, OUR TRAINED PATIENT NAVIGATORS HELPED CLOSE TO N LY Y NEARLY SINCE 1946, WE’VE INVESTED 14 MILLION AND COUNTLESS MORE WHO HAVE AVOIDED IT WILL BE CELEBRATING BIRTHDAYS THIS YEAR, THANKS IN PART TO THE PROGRESS WE ARE MAKING TOGETHER. MORE THAN $3.9 BILLION IN CANCER RESEARCH that has helped confirm the link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer, establish the link between obesity and multiple cancers, and develop drugs to treat leukemia and advanced breast cancer, among many other breakthroughs. 89,000 PEOPLE UNDERSTAND THEIR CANCER DIAGNOSIS AND FIND THE HELP THEY NEED. OUR WORK HAS LED TO A EVERY YEAR, MORE THAN 50% DROP IN SMOKING SINCE THE 1960S, WHICH IN TURN HAS CONTRIBUTED TO 4 MILLION PEOPLE COME TOGETHER AT RELAY FOR LIFE EVENTS AROUND THE WORLD TO SUPPORT THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY AND HELP FINISH THE FIGHT AGAINST CANCER! IN 2012, WE HELPED MORE THAN 25 MILLION VISITORS TO OUR WEB SITE, CANCER.ORG, GET THE CANCER INFORMATION AND SUPPORT THEY NEED. AN OVERALL DROP IN LUNG CANCER DEATH RATES. May 13, 2014 Relay for life Daily Sun News - 9 Insured? Uninsured? We’ve got you covered. Providing confidential, affordable health care. Services include: birth control, STD testing and treatment, emergency contraception, free condoms, and family planning assistance. Daily Sun News file photo Cancer survivors Pat and Gary Dekker walk together during the survivors lap at last year’s Lower Valley Relay for Life event. 1.800.230.PLAN WWW.PPGWNI.ORG Proud sponsors of this local event Together we can fight cancer Benton REA www.bentonrea.org We are member owned and active in our community. Here at Benton REA we are very focused on supporting the search for a cure. Cancer touches all members of our community. Help us stamp it out by participating in Relay for Life. 402 7th St., Prosser • (509) 786-2913 • Toll Free: 800-221-6987 Email: email@example.com 10 - Daily Sun News Relay for life May 13, 2014 Celebrating more birthdays at last year’s Lower Valley Relay for Life are participants walking the track at Grandview High School’s Rich Leenhouts Stadium. This year, the event will take place at Sierra Vista Middle School in Sunnyside. Daily Sun News file photo One man’s mission, the hope of many In the mid-1980s, Dr. Gordy Klatt, a Tacoma colorectal surgeon, wanted to enhance the income of his local American Cancer Society office. He decided to personally raise money for the fight against cancer by doing something he enjoyed—running marathons. In May 1985, Dr. Klatt spent a grueling 24 hours circling the track at Baker Stadium at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma for more than 83 miles. Throughout the night, friends donated $25 to run or walk 30 minutes with him. He raised $27,000 to fight cancer. That first year, nearly 300 of Dr. Klatt’s friends, family and patients watched as he ran and walked the course. While he circled the track those 24 hours, he thought about how others could take part. He envisioned a 24-hour team relay event that could raise more money to fight cancer. Months later he pulled together a small committee to plan the first team relay event known as the City of Destiny Classic 24-Hour Run Against Cancer. In 1986, 19 teams took part in the first team relay event on the track at the colorful, historical Stadium Bowl and raised $33,000. An indescribable spirit prevailed at the track and in the tents that dotted the infield. The vision turned into more 5,200 Relay for Life events across the United States today and nearly $5 billion in fundraising to save lives from cancer. It was in 1996 that the first-ever Lower Valley Relay for Life took place at Rich Leenhouts Stadium in Grandview. Lower Valley residents have since supported the efforts of the American Cancer Society, raising as much as $118,000 at the 12th annual event. Relay for Life events to battle cancer are now held across the globe. For nearly 30 years, Relay for Life has provided inspiration and hope for millions of cancer survivors and caregivers. Why is Relay an Overnight Event? Gordy’s Vision Dr. Gordon Klatt, the founder of the American Cancer Society Relay For Life, had a purpose when he began the 24-hour relay in 1985. The significance of daytime and nighttime coincides with the journey that all go through. Clear your mind and picture… It’s daylight. Life is wonderful. You’re healthy, happy and looking forward to the future. You’re looking forward to your child’s dance recital or taking your child to Disney World for a vacation. You’re looking forward to the new house you just bought. You have a new dream job that you’re thrilled about. But then darkness falls... You hear those words “You’ve got cancer”, or worse, your child has cancer. Your life has suddenly become very dark. You don’t know what the outcome will be. You feel there is no hope in sight. You start your treatments. You’re nauseous and you have no hair. You’re exhausted from caring for your child and from the agony of knowing there’s nothing you can do to make him healthy again. You couldn’t possibly feel any worse. Until… The sun starts to rise. The tumor is shrinking. Your treatments are working. You’re getting your appetite back. Your child feels well enough to go out and play for just a few minutes. There is hope. It is now daylight and you’re in remission. You have your life back. You’ve made it through the night and the darkness. You celebrate life in the daylight knowing that the darkness of nighttime is behind you. That is why we Relay... This is why Relay is an overnight event. Proud supporter of Relay for Life! Complete Industrial Hardware • Welding • Fabrication • Machine Work • Metal Spraying T Relay For Life! he doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease. -Thomas A. Edison We are proud to support After Hours Call 786-7617 104 W. 5th St. Grandview 882-3881 509-837-2600 • 1120 S. 4th St. • Sunnyside May 13, 2014 Relay for life Daily Sun News - 11 Who am I participating for? The Lower Valley Relay for Life event is just days away and the 29 teams and the more than 558 participants are all getting excited about the 24-hour event to be held at Sunnyside’s Sierra Vista Middle School track. For some of the team captains it is also a time to reflect on why they started this process of raising money for the American Cancer Society and what the relay means to them. Captains Lorri GilmurDillman, Rebecca Pezzullo and Amy Halfmoon share their reasons for being a part of the event. Captain Lorri Gilmur-Dillman Team Mission Possible. “My reason for participating in my Relay For Life event is personal. We all participate in the Relay events because we’ve been affected by cancer in some way and because a Relay For Life event gives us the power to make a difference and fight back. “This is my opportunity to honor cancer survivors, especially my father and my brother. We remember people we have lost, and help raise funds for groundbreaking research, information and services for people fighting cancer. “I know I will make a difference in the fight to end cancer. By raising funds and walking in the American Cancer Society Relay For Life event, I will help save lives from cancer. “It’s amazing to think that millions of people will be diagnosed with cancer this year. I walk in honor and/or memory of many loved ones. “A Relay For Life event is not only a way to join my community to fight back against cancer, but it is also a way to inspire hope by raising funds and awareness to help those facing the disease.” Captain Rebecca Pezzullo Team Pioneer. “My reason to take part in the American Cancer Society Relay For Life is more than just an event to me. It is my personal opportunity to help save lives from cancer by supporting the American Cancer Society. “It’s amazing to think that millions of people will be diagnosed with cancer this year. Somebody close to us may be one of them. But, by taking part in Relay, I am helping the American Cancer Society save lives by: “Helping people stay well by helping them take steps to prevent cancer or detect it early, when it’s most treatable.” “I am participating in the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life because I want to make a meaningful difference Captain Amy Halfmoon Team Smiles for Miles. in the fight against cancer. “Almost everyone has been touched by cancer, either through their own personal battle or through someone they love. “Every day, the American Cancer Society is helping us stay well by preventing cancer or finding it at its earliest, most treatable stages. 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