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Relay for Life

A Relay for Life Friday night at Seton Catholic High School
More than 200 students came out to walk in teams to raise money for the American Cancer Society.

Some of them were even committed to going all night, and brought sleeping bags:

"We thought that it would be a great thing to do because we've all been affected by it in one way or another. We all know somebody who has either had cancer or had a family member with cancer," said Nicole Kefe, a Senior at the school.

"So when we started it, we weren't really sure if it was going to go or how much we were going to be able to raise, so we're really truly impressed by the participation and the level of money that has come in so far to support the students," said Rich Bucci, principal of Seton Catholic Central.
By  7PM Friday evening, they had raised 13-thousand dollars for cancer research.

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