Luminaries will light the way around the Dickinson High School practice field when the Stark County Relay for Life gets underway on Friday, July 14.Each luminary (a candle in a paper bag) celebrates the life of a cancer survivor or is in memory of a loved one who has died from cancer. It's also a fundraiser... - From http://www.thedickinsonpress.com/lifestyles/features/4291760-relay-life-offering-light-and-hope
"It's to give light and hope for the families," said committee member Ninetta Wandler, who is a cancer survivor.
"You're almost shocked and in awe of all the people who have had cancer, whether they have survived or passed on." This year's Relay for Life honorary chairman is five-year-old Silas Rehbein, son of Carl and Savannah Rehbein.
25, 2016, and went to the ER in Dickinson with a bloody nose.
Baruti Serabe at Bismarck diagnosed Silas with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and he was flown to Fargo for a treatment plan.
We are so thankful for the support and care we have received from our medical team and from so many other people." "The survivors start with a lap going one way and the caregivers go another way and watching them meet and finish the lap together—that's the most inspiring.