The USC Relay For Life committee is in desperate need for more community-minded locals to help get the USC Relay back on track and make the 2014 event the best yet.
The current committee is seeking volunteers with enthusiasm and ideas to contribute to a great Relay event.
The USC Relay For Life is becoming an important annual event on the region’s local calendar, but if it is to continue, it needs the full support of the community so we are inviting community members who are interested in joining the Relay committee to attend the upcoming meeting on Thursday 27th march 2013 at 2pm at the USC Student guild Demountable Building where you can find out how you can support and get involved in making this year’s Relay a success.
If you’re passionate about making a difference and having a little fun along the way, then come along to the USC Relay For Life committee’s meeting and help them to make the Relay one to remember.
The USC Relay committee is super passionate about sharing the spirit and excitement of the event with the community.
The strength of the Sippy Downs community’s support at previous Relay For Life events has proven that we have everything it takes to make a great Relay and I hope that some community minded people will join us.
Cancer is a disease that affects everyone in some way, and Relay allows all of us to show our support to those affected, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against a disease that takes too much.
All funds raised from the event will support Cancer Council Queensland’s vital work in cancer research, education programs and patient support services.Please feel free to forward this post to family and friends who you think would be interested in helping shape the 2014 USC Relay for Life.(Image courtesy of USC – http://www.usc.edu (dot) au/university/news-and-events/news/2013/april/usc-teams-gear-up-for-relay-for-life/.)
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