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STEPS Relay for Life Team is back


Last year, STEPS Advisory Board members Trever Rogers and Sarah Lamb teamed together to form a Relay for Life team on behalf of STEPS. The team, Southington STEPS Up To Cancer, surpassed their original goal of $1,000 and raised over $3,000. This money was raised through various fundraisers such as a car wash which made over $500, a dress down day, and support from many generous donors, a great deal of whom are deeply involved in the STEPS initiative. This year the team is back, and is hoping to raise even more than the previous year! In order to do this they will need your continued support, and new members are welcome to the team. To sign up, go to relayforlife.org and search Southington STEPS Up To Cancer, or get the link on the STEPS Facebook page. The team thanks you for your support. Hope to see you there.



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