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Relay for Life Spirit Week: Banner of Hope +I Love the 2000s

Location: Campus Center Plaza

Represent the 2000s to support the fight against cancer and visit Colleges Against Cancer at Campus Center Plaza for our activity of the day: Banner of Hope. We will be making a Relay for Life banner with messages of our memories, stories and survivorship to hang at our Relay for Life event. Talk story with the Relay for Life committee and get involved with Relay for Life!

For more information, contact: ahuizar@hawaii.edu

Tags: Relay for Life American Cancer Society Campus Center

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