Relay on the River set to light up the night
“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary,” Aaron Rose once said.
On Aug. 27, Relay for Life organizers are hoping that the right light produced by hundreds of luminarias will make a local effort to fight cancer extraordinary.
Individuals throughout Tunica County are now selling luminarias that will honor cancer survivors, support those currently battling the disease and remember those who have lost the battle. In addition to serving as a tribute, the small bags, filled with sand and a candle, will be used to light up Rivergate Park when the sun sets.
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