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Haufler top participant, RJ’s Auction top team in annual Relay For Life

The route of late-night walkers on Lyndon High School’s track is lined with luminaries reflecting the names of loved ones affected by cancer.


Early reports are that 16 teams and 101 participants raised at least $37,696 during the Saturday night and Sunday morning Osage County  Relay For Life, according to the American Cancer Society’s listing for the event. That amount may not reflect all donations at this point.

Top participants recognized in the annual all-night fight against cancer were Delmer Haufler, $1,425; Tammi Brabb, $760; and Barbara Prost, $620. Top teams were RJ’s Auction, with $7595; Polka Dot Forget Me Nots, $6,389.17; LSB Spur the Cure, $4,010. Other teams collecting donations were:

Platinum Team Fundraising Club Level RJ’s Auction Sheila Shepard 1 $7,595.00
Gold Team Fundraising Club Level Polka Dot Forget Me Nots Tammi L Brabb 16 $6,389.17
Silver Team Fundraising Club Level LSB SPUR THE CURE Jenny L Rogers 14 $4,010.00
We Cancervive Susie Speece 10 $2,312.33
Holy High Steppers Mrs. Tanya S Fraker MA 6 $2,240.00
Zion Lutheran Church Julie Anschutz RN 7 $2,130.00
The Rosebuds Bonnie K Thompson 10 $1,446.00
Harmon Dental BooBees Ronda P Hunter 7 $1,406.40
Soar Like an Eagle Laura Haynes 8 $901.00
Bark for Life Caron Ladehoff 1 $605.00
Life Savers Carleigh J Gardner 4 $336.89
Gibson Family Erin J Gibson 2 $80.00
Overbrook United Methodist Church Tena M Welch 5 $75.00

Scenes from the Sept. 14-15, 2013, Relay For Life for Osage County:


A small tent village created a neighborhood of people who came together to “give cancer the boot,” during the Osage County Relay For Life, Sept. 14-15, 2013.


No campfires were needed as the weather was perfect for sitting around camp for the all night Relay For Life, Sept. 14-15, 2013.


Two of the Harmon Dental BooBees, one of 16 teams that stayed up late Saturday night to “give cancer the boot”, at the Lyndon High School track.

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