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Relay for Life celebrated

D.J Coonse decided to “fight back” by shaving a Relay for Life ribbon into the back of his hair. The 13-year-old said he had recently lost his “Nana” to ovarian cancer. D.J’s father, David, said he supported the decision and shaved his son’s head.Buy Photo
D.J Coonse decided to “fight back” by shaving a Relay for Life ribbon into the back of his hair. The 13-year-old said he had recently lost his “Nana” to ovarian cancer. D.J’s father, David, said he supported the decision and shaved his son’s head.
Steven Friederich | The Vidette Dozens gathered to hold candles in front of the lit HOPE sign for a late night remembrance Friday.Buy Photo
Steven Friederich | The Vidette Dozens gathered to hold candles in front of the lit HOPE sign for a late night remembrance Friday.
Mindy Greenly of Elma holds her 5-month old long-hair chihuahua Sadie during Relay for Life celebrations. Greenly said she was just visiting the Elma High School team, noting that dogs really weren’t allowed at the Relay. Dogs and their owners get their own Relay for Life event on Saturday, June 29 at Vance Creek Park in Elma.Buy Photo
Mindy Greenly of Elma holds her 5-month old long-hair chihuahua Sadie during Relay for Life celebrations. Greenly said she was just visiting the Elma High School team, noting that dogs really weren’t allowed at the Relay. Dogs and their owners get their own Relay for Life event on Saturday, June 29 at Vance Creek Park in Elma.
Trandyn Fifer places a plastic fire hat on his grandfather Travis Peek during the opening of Relay for Life in Elma on Friday. Peek is a volunteer for Grays Harbor Fire District No. 5, which had a team during the Relay events.Buy Photo
Trandyn Fifer places a plastic fire hat on his grandfather Travis Peek during the opening of Relay for Life in Elma on Friday. Peek is a volunteer for Grays Harbor Fire District No. 5, which had a team during the Relay events.

The community celebrated Relay for Life of East Grays Harbor this past weekend. Here are more photos from the event.

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