Historic Liberty Hill AME Church’s Relay for Life Walk to Black Out Cancer was a success. Over 50 individuals participated in the walk beginning at the church and ending at the St. Paul Community. Fun was had by all. Liberty Hill’s goal is $3,000.00 and donations are still being accepted. Chair, Debra Brailsford, and the Relay for Life committee would like to thank everyone who supported the cause through donation or participation. Though the Relay for Life Walk is held in communities across the country annually, the American Cancer Society
Cancer Awareness Ribbons
The Clarendon County Relay for Life Walk will be held Friday, May 9, 2014, 7pm at Manning High School.
All survivors are invited to worship at Historic Liberty Hill on Mar. 30, 2014. Pictures will be taken. If you have a Black Out Cancer T-shirt, please wear it. You may also wear all black. If, however, you choose not to wear your T-shirt or all black, please come as you are.
accepts donations year round. Unfortunately, cancer, no matter the form or stage, has touched at least one person in our lives. So if you did not donate or participate this year, plan to be a part of next year’s campaign. Learn more by visiting the AmericanCancer Society. You may also contact this year’s chairperson, Debra Brailsford, to participate in the local campaign. Call 803-478-4812, Option 1 or 3.