The Relay For Life started at 7 p.m., with the Survivors taking a lap around the track at the local high school. After the Survivors, the Care Givers joined them for the second lap. Then we got all of the teams to take their initial lap around, stopping for photographs as they made their way.
The Relay continued until 7 a.m. this morning. I couldn’t stay for all of it, because In a few minutes, I’m leaving for West Virginia, where I will be joining Doug Flint and the crew from WNUS 107 radio, at the Fishbone Gil & Grill for show with Nick Nicholson.
It’s a very long drive from Northeast Tennessee to the other side of West Virginia, just across the river from Ohio – so I knew there was no way I could spend the night at the Relay, and still make the trip. I will have pictures up from Nick’s show as soon as I can. In the meantime, here is your look at our Relay For Life.
“South of the River Band". You’ll also enjoy the "Audio Outlaws" will be opening for Nick. I’ve told you all a lot about Nick, and you can be sure I’ll have a lot more to share with you when I get back. Now, on to the pictures from our local Relay For Life.
There you go. A little of where I’m going, and what I did last night – and some of the teams at the Relay For Life.
I will talk to you all when I get home form west Virginia!