The Southern Columbia Relay for Life will be held on Friday, May 20th, at Tiger Stadium on the campus of Southern Columbia High School from 4:00pm to Midnight.  Please help us fight cancer by stopping by to enjoy entertainment, food, and activities.  This year’s theme is “GAME ON – THE CURE STARTS HERE”.  For the full schedule of events, please read more . . .

Schedule of Events:

3:00pm – Pre-registration for 5K Run

3:45pm – Survivor/Caregiver Registration in HS Cafeteria

4:00pmOpening Ceremonies

4:30pm – Survivor/Caregiver Dinner in the HS Cafeteria

4:30pm - 5:30pm – Billy Dee & Rosie (A spin off of Memory Lane) – Oldies Music

4:30pm – Southern Columbia Relay for Life 5K Run

6:00pm – Survivor/Caregiver lap – Honorary Survivor Mary Hower to speak at 6:30pm

6:00pm – 10:00pm – Free Photo Booth pictures provided by Uranko Productions

6:30pm - 7:30pm – Frozen’s Elsa (Angela Kinder) will be singing on stage and throughout Relay until 7:30

7:30pm - 8:45pm – The Amigos (A spin off of Midlife Cowboys) – Country and Western Music

9:00pm – Luminaria Service – Guest Speaker Georgette Williams.  Music by Southern Columbia Gospel Choir under the direction of Mrs. Letha Stone

10:00pm – 11:30pm – Haela – Alternative Rock Music

12:00pmClosing Ceremonies

Additional musical entertainment provided by Deuce and Tony Chiavaroli.

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