Cancer – relay for life saturday night

My band ‘the geezers’ is playing a public charity gig at Santos Stadium late on Saturday night.
Come along and support a great cause any time after about 10pm – then you can head off to the crown and anchor afterwards.
(Jamie is launching a new band at the crown and anchor at midnight ).

From the cancersa website:

An unforgettable experience

part of a fantastic, carnival-style team event, complete with live
entertainment, camping out, free breakfast, spot prizes, free massages
and more!

Teams will begin arriving from 12 noon on the Saturday
complete with tent, bedding, chairs, food and whatever they need for
the Relay. Then it is last minute roster planning and checking out the

At approximately, 1.45pm the opening ceremony commences
with the Survivors’ lap, a celebration of the courage and determination
of those people living with cancer, as they start Relay for Life off
with a ceremonial lap of honour.

They are joined by their carers
in this moving tribute. From this point on, team members take turns to
keep their baton moving to a background of music and activities in a
carnival atmosphere, non-stop for 20 hours.

Witness the moving
Candlelight Memorial Ceremony on the first night. This is where you can
place your own candle tribute around the track in support of those
living with cancer, survivors or in memory of loved ones.

make a difference in the fight against cancer by raising money for a
really worthwhile cause whilst having fun and completing your own team

Fang – Mike Seyfang


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5 Responses to Cancer – relay for life saturday night

  1. abadi says:

    Wow fantastic, your have been bloging in from february 2005but google not index your blog, why?

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