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Countdown To Relay For Life

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BILLINGS -

The Yellowstone County Relay For Life is just one week away.

Next Friday, people will gather at Billings West High School's track to remember those who succumbed to Cancer, as well as celebrate those who have beaten the odds. The overnight event will begin at 5 p.m., with a survivor celebration, and will conclude at 8 a.m. the following Saturday.

While parking space is expected to be tight on the night of the Relay, organizers say there is no reason to worry.

"The YMCA has a shuttle bus that is gonna be running all night, taking people to their cars, back to the event. So that's kind of one thing. Carpool if you can, but don't feel like you're gonna have to walk forever. We do have the buses that are gonna be running for you," said Cathy Cullen with the American Cancer Society.

KULR-8 News will be there for the Relay next week.

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