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De Soto Relay For Life 2007

Weather forced this year's De Soto Relay For Life indoors but didn't prevent it from being a success. Event chairwoman Rita Jones said the Relay was just $500 short of its $40,000 and would probably hit the target when team captains gathered for their final accounting.

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Parker Riley enjoys some of the food he had been vending in the De Soto ...

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Aaron Ahrens collects money as did members from other teams dressed in drag for the ...

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The De Soto VFW Post 6654, Boy Scout Troop 54 and the De Soto High ...

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The De Soto VFW Post 6654, Boy Scout Troop 54 and the De Soto High ...

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Jim Burney (left), Kyle Reever and Heather Reeve place luminescent tubes behind the luminarias placed ...

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During kids' games during the Relay, Kenna Hall uses an alternative technique to make it ...

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Cancer survivor Mark Schutte gets a flower and a laugh from his daughter Lydia as ...

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During kids' games during the Relay, Kenna Hall uses an alternative technique to make it ...

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The De Soto High School cheerleaders Relay For Life team provided the cancer-relay spark all ...

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The three-generation team of Linnea Hart, her daughter Sara Davis and grand daughter Annabelle Davis, ...

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Relay walkers Dwain Goodman, Morgan Frehe and Anita Woywod take a minute to catch up ...

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