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First-time Laurel Relay for Life teams unite in fight against cancer

First-time Laurel Relay for Life teams unite in fight against cancer

Following a decade-long departure to care for her ailing parents, American Legion Auxiliary Unit 60 president Evelina Krosel says she returned to the Relay for Life of Laurel over the weekend as the captain of a brand-new team to celebrate cancer survivors and remember those who lost their lives to cancer.

Krosel and the five members of the Post 60 Chicks raised nearly $1,700 for the American Cancer Society fundraiser, which celebrated its 18th year on June 10 at McCullough Field. The new group was among 28 teams to participate in the 12-hour event, including fellow Post 60 team Sherry's Soldiers.

Volunteer event chairwoman Darlene Breck said this year's Relay for Life...

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