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Relay For Life Fundraisers

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We're less than a month until Relay For Life of Yellowstone County and teams are busy raising money. Don't forget you can help our Relay For Life team by attending KULR-8's Cookout for a Cure Tuesday night at The Spoke Shop on Broadwater Avenue.

For just $4 you can get a hamburger or hot dog, chips and a drink. We'll be there from 5 to 7pm.

Our second annual yard sale also is coming up. It's June 29th from 7am to noon in the KULR-8 parking lot. If you have anything you'd like to donate we'd be happy to put it in our yard sale. Just call Emily Nantz at 656-8000.

Tuesday night is the 2nd annual Mid-Life Chryslers benefit concert for the Faith E Relay For Life team. The concert starts at 6pm and goes to 8:30pm in the Josephine Crossing subdivision. There is no charge for the event but food will be available to purchase.

On Wednesday 20% of your order at Pizza Ranch will go to EBMS' Relay For Life team. That's from 5 to 9pm and you have to mention it's for the EBMS Relay team.

And you can help St. Vincent Healthcare's Relay team by having lunch on Wednesday. There will be wraps, fruit, chips and water for $5. The picnic is in the Marillac Courtyard at St. V's from 11am to 1pm.

You can find more Relay For Life fundraisers on their website, just click on connections.

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