This weeks Everyday Hero is Dyanne McCord who volunteers with the American Cancer Society, Girl and Boy Scouts and countless other community opportunities. (June 13, 2014, Page 1A)
Organizers for the Oxford-Lafayette Relay for Life say the past weekend’s event was successful, in both raising money for the American Cancer Society and community involvement. (May 8, 2012, Page 2)
The Ole Miss Relay for Life will be held April 13 at the University of Mississippi. The goal is to raise $45,000 for the American Cancer Society. (March 27, 2012, Page 3)
The University of Mississippi will be hosting the annual Relay for Life fundraising 5K Run for a Cure on Aug. 27. (August 22, 2011, Page 5A)
Local celebrities will take orders, serve customers and entertain for tips Thursday during the American Cancer Society’s Celebrity Waiter fundraiser at The Ravine. (August 9, 2011, Page 1)
The Relay of Life for Oxford-Lafayette County is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. May 6 in front of J.C. Penney’s department store on West Jackson Avenue in the old Oxford Mall parking lot. So far, the event has raised close to $50,000 in donations. (April 22, 2011, Page 1A)
The Ole Miss Relay for Life will begin at 6 p.m. at the Circle on campus and go all night until 6 a.m. Saturday. There are 36 teams signed up to participate with 322 people participating. As of Tuesday, the teams have raised about $20,000 collectively. (March 23, 2011, Page 3)
The Pink Dress Run will be held 6 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 28 on the Square. Registration is $10 in advance and $15 on the day of the run which will begin at the Mid-Town Shopping Center on North Lamar Boulevard and end at the Square. And of course, participants are asked to wear pink.
Registration fees will give participants a pink VIP band that allows them to take advantage of several post-race discounts at participating Square businesses.
For more information on how to register for the run or participate as a sponsor, visit pinkdressrun.com or call Ott at 801-6922 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. (October 1, 2010, Page 1A)
Trying to sift through medical literature can be overwhelming. Oxford Eagle columnist Dr. Keith Mansel reviews new screening tests and risk factors on one of the most commonly occuring cancers in American men. (July 22, 2010, Page 12A)