Coffs Harbour?s DADHC office will have two teams taking part in this weekend?s Relay for Life.
Coffs Harbour?s DADHC office will have two teams taking part in this weekend?s Relay for Life.

Pumped for Relay for Life



THE staff from the Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care's (DADHC) Coffs Harbour office are pumped.

Today they will join more than 600 local residents in walking laps of Advocate Park for the Coffs Coast's Relay for Life.

The event will get under way at 9.30am with the opening ceremony when cancer survivors and their carers will walk the first lap.

During the overnight event, there will be plenty of entertainment with residents not taking part in the relay invited to come along to show support and join in the fun.

Everyone is also welcome to attend the Candlelight Ceremony of Hope tonight at 7.30pm, and light a candle in memory of someone you have lost to, cancer or to support someone who is currently battling the disease.

To make a donation online visit www.relayforlife.com.au/nsw. Money raised goes towards cancer research, education, support services and advocacy.



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