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|secarica||1:51pm on Friday, August 6th, 2010|
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Eureka Relay Newsletter
Volume 1 Issue 4 May 2011
2011 Eureka Relay Goals Teams: 100 Survivors: 500 Dollars Raised: $325k
Contact Info Email
Tips: How to Raise Your $100 Commitment Fee ACS CAN Guest Speaker: Peggy Buchanan Why I Relay Guest Speaker: Cynthia Smur Nationwide Fundraising Club o These teams received their fundraising club signs: Krewe DEspoire, Maples Plumbing Team, Teresas Dream Team and Hunting for a Cure. Great Job Teams!! Melanoma Cancer Awareness Deadlines and Changes Current Total Luminaria Information
Tips to Raise Your $100 Commitment Fee
Send letters to everyone you know asking for at least a $20 donationFamily Members, Friends, Co-Workers, etc (Send a Luminaria Form and return envelope!) Recurring donation of $25 to yourself for four months. Ask your boss/spouses boss to donate $100 to have their business card advertised in the event program. Ask your dentist and your doctor to donate $50 each. Recently bought a house? Ask your realtor to donate $100 to have their business card advertised in the event program. Sell Sees Candy bars at your office and collect change. Use an ACS Piggy! Neighborhood Recycling Drive! Collect your neighbors cans & turn them into cash!! Dress down day at work! $5 donation to wear casual wear. Sports Team pledges--Ask donors to pledge per point that their favorite sports team scores. Babysitting, Petsitting, House Cleaning, Lawn Mowing---Chores for donations! For more individual and team fundraising tips and ideas please visit www.relayforlife.org/California.
The 2011 Relay Committee is still in need of Volunteers!
OPEN POSITION: Day of Event Volunteer Coordinator
As the coordinator you will be responsible for recruiting volunteers. Volunteers are needed for set-up before the event, help at the event, and clean-up after the event. You will also be in charge of scheduling and directing your volunteers at the event. Clean-up on Sunday is always an issue and we never have enough help, with adding this position this year were hoping to eliminate that problem. Please let Dona or Britni know if youre interested in this position or any of the other open committee positions.
Deadlines & Information
May 26, 2011 All items are due for the casino fundraiser. Ticket money, ticket stubs, unsold tickets, and auction items. June 1, 2011 Event Registration & $10 Fee Due Raise your $100 commitment fee by June 1st to be guaranteed an event t-shirt. Sponsorship payment & information due for the event program. July 11, 2011 Donations must be turned in by July 11th (Monday after Relay) to count towards the 2011 year. o Must raise $100 commitment fee to receive a wristband for meals at the event, otherwise theyll be a $5 Donation. o Colors of Hope Team Lap lead by Survivors will kick-off our event in the morning. o Survivor Lap will take place in the evening & each survivor will carry a balloon (if they want) which states how long theyve been a survivor. o Were going to have a stage and a screen to show photos again! Please email Britni your digital pictures for the slideshow or bring your non-digital photos to the May Relay meeting and well scan them for you.
All cancers are associated with a color. All teams need to choose a cancer to represent & bring awareness to during the 2011 Relay year and at the event. Colors of Hope Lap lead by Survivors will Kick-Off our Relay Event. Teams are highly encouraged to dress in their associated color for this lap. Teams are encouraged to decorate their campsite in their color and have information about the cancer that your team chooses.
April Meeting Topics
Committee Chairperson Reports Exciting Remember Ceremony News Look Good, Feel Better. Guest Speaker Fight Back Topic: Lung Cancer Awareness Theme: Cinco De Mayo and of course there will be
Next Relay Meeting
May 26th @ 6pm Umpqua Plaza Meeting Room
Team #5, Krewe de'espoire, will be selling baked goods and craft items at the quilt show, slated to be held Saturday May 21st at the Arcata Trinity Baptist Church. The event will be held between the hours of 11:00am and 3:00pm. Please come and enjoying looking at beautiful quilts, as well as supporting our team as we raise money to help find a cure for cancer.
In Memory of Lorena Shanafelt
My mom was the first person I knew who had passed away from cancer. She was 58 years old. I was 26, my daughter Britni was 4 and my son Mathew was 1 1/2. My mom loved her grandchildren so much and I was so happy to have a mom close by to be a Grandma to my children. Cancer took that away from us. Over the years I have had friends and relatives pass away from this horrible disease, but I have also seen cancer survivors as well. My husband Mike has been cancer free for nearly 6 years! I believe with all my heart that Relay For Life has made a huge difference, giving people the hope that is needed to survive. Just a few reason's "Why I Relay". Karen Roberts, Hunting for a Cure
In Honor of Michael Roberts
I heard a great story today about someone who is looking out for Relay ALL year around- and in EVERY situation! The Relayer's name is Sena Gillenwater and she and her husband Bob are on team 147 "Fishing For Answers". Sena is a wonderful retired RN who has been doing relay for years- and she is always on the lookout for ways to increase her Relay money- garage sales, benefits- and even collecting aluminum cans wherever and whenever she can. Her daughter even reports while she was attending the birth of a loved ones- she still picked up all the cans from the room- remarking "Relaying never stops"! Bet Pinkerton, ACS Cancer Support Group
The HERO Ride for Life was held last weekend in Ferndale. With the help of 14 teams and over 90 riders they raised over
We would love to hear your Why I Relay, Relay Story, or Relay News. Please email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AAA Relay- Driven to Find a Cure ABWA Aktion Club of Eureka Azalea Realty- Closing in on a Cure Borders BZ Bees CCC: Corpies for a Cure Cancer Corsairs Cancer Support Group Carols Angels Coast Central Credit Union Cookn 4 A Cure Counting on a Cure Counts Clan for a Cure Creation for a Cure Eureka Fire Department Figueiredo's Video Movies Fishing for Answers Fortuna Sunrise Rotary Gen Joe Fighting the War on Cancer Grampys Gang
Huggy Bears Hunting for a Cure Krewe De Espoire Maples Plumping Flushing Away Cancer Mels Movers Moonstone Quilters Mrching 4 A Cure North Coast Night Crawlers Padillas Purple Passion Pams Posse Piersons Building Center Pirates Quota Scouting for a Cure Six Rivers Masons Six Rivers Running Club SN Servicing Corporation Socking It To Cancer Stars for a Cure Stayin Alive
Target Team 300 Team HSU TeamLithia Team Polyp Man Teresas Dream Team The Hot Flashers UB 4 A Cure Visiting Angels Walgreens
$500 Sponsors Chapala Caf Redwood Capitol Bank $1000+ Sponsors St. Joseph & Redwood Memorial Hospitals ($1,250) Prober & Raphael Sequoia Gas Company
$2,500+ Sponsors Lithia of Eureka ($3000) $5000+ Sponsors See's Candy ($6000) Cloney's Pharmacy ($6000) Shell/Performance Fuels ($6,000) Umpqua Bank ($6,000) Coast Central Credit Union ($6,000)
What Is Melanoma? Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer. If it is recognized and treated early, it is almost always curable, but if it is not, the cancer can advance and spread to other parts of the body, where it becomes hard to treat and can be fatal. While it is not the most common of the skin cancers, it causes the most deaths. Statistics The American Cancer Society estimates that at present, about 120,000 new cases of melanoma in the US are diagnosed in a year. In 2010, about 68,130 of these were invasive melanomas, with about 38,870 in males and 29, 260 in women. Risk Factors Sun Exposure Moles Skin Type Family History Personal History Weakened Immune System Prevention Seek the shade, especially between 10 AM and 4 PM. Do not burn. Avoid tanning and UV tanning booths. Cover up with clothing, including a broad-brimmed hat and UV-blocking sunglasses. Use a broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 15 or higher every day. For extended outdoor activity, use a water-resistant, broad spectrum (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. Apply 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) of sunscreen to your entire body 30 minutes before going outside. Reapply every two hours or immediately after swimming or excessive sweating. Keep newborns out of the sun. Sunscreens should be used on babies over the age of six months. Examine your skin head-to-toe every month. See your physician every year for a professional skin exam.
Melanoma Facts One person dies of melanoma every hour (every 62 minutes). One in 55 people will be diagnosed with melanoma during their lifetime. Melanoma is the most common form of cancer for young adults 25-29 years old and the second most common form of cancer for young people 15-29 years old. The survival rate for patients whose melanoma is detected early, before the tumor has penetrated the skin, is about 99 percent. The survival rate falls to 15 percent for those with advanced disease. The vast majority of mutations found in melanoma are caused by ultraviolet radiation. The incidence of many common cancers is falling, but the incidence of melanoma continues to rise at a rate faster than that of any of the seven most common cancers. Between 1992 and 2004, melanoma incidence increased 45 percent, or 3.1 percent annually. Survival with melanoma increased from 49 percent (1950 1954) to 92 percent (1996 2003). Melanoma is the fifth most common cancer for males and sixth most common for females. Women aged 39 and under have a higher probability of developing melanoma than any other cancer except breast cancer. About 65 percent of melanoma cases can be attributed to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun. One or more blistering sunburns in childhood or adolescence more than double a persons chances of developing melanoma later in life. A persons risk for melanoma doubles if he or she has had more than five sunburns at any age. Survivors of melanoma are about nine times as likely as the general population to develop a new melanoma.
For more information about Melanoma or other types of cancer please visit www.cancer.org.
ACS Staff Partner: Laura Read Email: email@example.com Event Chair: Dona Latham Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Event Co-Chair/Online Chair: Britni McWhorter Email: email@example.com Local ACS Phone Number: 442-1436
Register your team ONLINE by visiting our Event Website!!
Relay for Life of Eureka, CA EVENT WEBSITE www.relayforlife.org/eurekaca
Relay for Life CALIFORNIA WEBSITE www.relayforlife.org/california
Relay for Life FACEBOOK PAGE www.facebook.com/eurekarelay
On Site Fundraising Ideas
Pre-Packaged Food Items (to be eaten at concessions/bleachers): Chips, Drinks, Granola bars, Sam's & Costco sells these types of items (no homemade food allowed per Health Department Rules) Hair Styling for Donations. Jewelry. Bracelets, necklacesmaybe purple for Relay? Used Books: $1.00 hardbacks,.50 paperbacks? Any Artists out there? Caricatures--good for CPS 3 Folks while waiting in line Bunko Game/Bingo: Donation to play.give a donated gift as the prize Change Jar: Part of Mission Delivery Activity--Change your Habits-Eat Healthy, stop smoking, etc. LAP BEADS: Great for a campsite located on the edge Poker Tournament. You pay an entry donation and then get a card each lap you come around. Like 5 card stud and best hand wins a prize Scavenger Hunt with an entry donation and prize. This also is a good way to get people visiting other campsites. Carnival Contests: --two people compete against each other & each rounds winner is entered into a raffle for a prize. Bowling, bean bag toss, knock down the can, etc.
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