Relay for Life season begins


Mary Pollock (left) and Brenda Cook help organize the annual “Old Bag Sale” at the Evans-Purk Fellowship Hall in St. Paris on Sunday. The fundraiser has become a tradition in the preparations for sponsoring a team in the Relay for Life event at the Champaign County Fairgrounds each May. Relay for Life benefits the American Cancer Society.

Mary Pollock (left) and Brenda Cook help organize the annual “Old Bag Sale” at the Evans-Purk Fellowship Hall in St. Paris on Sunday. The fundraiser has become a tradition in the preparations for sponsoring a team in the Relay for Life event at the Champaign County Fairgrounds each May. Relay for Life benefits the American Cancer Society.


Steve Stout | Urbana Daily Citizen

Mary Pollock (left) and Brenda Cook help organize the annual “Old Bag Sale” at the Evans-Purk Fellowship Hall in St. Paris on Sunday. The fundraiser has become a tradition in the preparations for sponsoring a team in the Relay for Life event at the Champaign County Fairgrounds each May. Relay for Life benefits the American Cancer Society.

Mary Pollock (left) and Brenda Cook help organize the annual “Old Bag Sale” at the Evans-Purk Fellowship Hall in St. Paris on Sunday. The fundraiser has become a tradition in the preparations for sponsoring a team in the Relay for Life event at the Champaign County Fairgrounds each May. Relay for Life benefits the American Cancer Society.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/04/web1_old-bag-sale.jpgMary Pollock (left) and Brenda Cook help organize the annual “Old Bag Sale” at the Evans-Purk Fellowship Hall in St. Paris on Sunday. The fundraiser has become a tradition in the preparations for sponsoring a team in the Relay for Life event at the Champaign County Fairgrounds each May. Relay for Life benefits the American Cancer Society. Steve Stout | Urbana Daily Citizen