St. Francis Students Join the Fight Against Cancer



This past weekend, from May 12-13, a dedicated group of over twenty St. Francis High School students participated in the 12th annual Foothills Relay For Life. For 24 continuous hours, members from the St. Francis team walked the track with hundreds of others to raise awareness and funds for the American Cancer Society. The event is organized each year on behalf of the American Cancer Society and encourages participants to “Celebrate, Remember, and Fight Back!”

This weekend’s activities raised over $83,000 in support of the fight against cancer. The St. Francis community would like to thank those Golden Knights who gave of their time on behalf of this important cause!

For more information, visit www.sfhs.net.

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