La Jolla High hosts Relay for Life to fight cancer
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The La Jolla High School Associated Student Body has teamed up with the American Cancer Society to host "Teens for a Cure," a Relay for Life walk to raise funds to fight cancer on Saturday, Feb. 23.

From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., participants will walk around the high school's track with cancer survivors to raise money for life-saving treatments and research.

The event will also feature food from Wahoo's, Puesto and Jamba Juice, as well as entertainment from La Jolla High's band, The Saline Solutions, featuring Tim Rayner, Skip McCullough and Daniel O'Keefe. LJHS student David Schultz will also entertain under his pseudonym, DJ 2B.

Walkers are asking for donations to sponsor their journey around the track, and funds are being accepted in any amount.

Tom Atwell, LJHS teacher and coach, will provide a keynote address alongside cancer survivors.

All funds raised for the event will be donated to the American Cancer Society for cancer research.

To sign up or donate to the event, visit www.relayforlife.org/lajollaschoolsca, where a new team can be created or donations made to an existing team. Donations can also be made at the event. All donations are tax deductible. More information can be found on the event's Facebook page.

For volunteer opportunities or questions, contact ASB president Daniel S. Hamilton at ljhsasb@gmail.com.
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