Fundraiser in the name of Relay!

Tomorrow, Saturday, is the Boundary Country Relay For Life

Tracy Noseworthy (behind table) and other employees of the Grand Forks Credit Union hosted a barbecue and garage sale in the credit union parking lot Saturday. All proceeds go to Relay For Life. Other business

Tracy Noseworthy (behind table) and other employees of the Grand Forks Credit Union hosted a barbecue and garage sale in the credit union parking lot Saturday. All proceeds go to Relay For Life. Other business, such as Overwaitea and Pharmasave, have been hosting fundraising events in preparation for this weekend’s relay event. The 2016 Boundary Country Relay For Life will be held in Grand Forks City Park from 4 – 10 p.m. and encourages teams (whether from a business, or a group of individuals) to sign up to relay in support of the Canadian Cancer Society.

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