The American Cancer Society’s 11th ‘Relay for Life’ raises over $127,000 in Chenango

CHENANGO COUNTY – The 2007 Relay for Life was held Friday and Saturday at the Chenango County Fairgrounds. After 16 hours of walking, and a lot of fun, the results were announced, and over $127,000 was raised for cancer research.



Each year Chenango County residents come out to support the American Cancer Society’s local Relay for Life. The relay is one of the main fundraisers for the American Cancer Society, an organization that is the largest, not-for-profit donor to cancer research. The money raised during the event is used to fund cancer research, patient and family programs, advocacy and health education.

Last year over $123,000 was raised. This year’s total of just over $127,000 topped last year’s amount, and Woods is hopeful that with some donations still trickling in, the $130,000 goal will be met by the cutoff date of Aug. 31.


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