Beaufort High inducted as Relay For Life School

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AT RIGHT: Relay Beaufort High School, from left: Relay For Life Co-chair Beth Woodring, Staff Partner Heather Lanning, Beaufort High Principal Corey Murphy, Teacher Robin Southard, Coach Gerry Linn, Herbert Glaze, and teacher Deborah Kidd.

At last Friday night’s football game, Beaufort High was officially inducted as an American Cancer Society, Relay For Life School.  BHS Interact Club, led by Robin Southard and Debbie Kidd, fundraised throughout the year and created the Kidzwalk, which entertained participants with kid-friendly games at the Relay For Life in April. This year, Homecoming King and Queen, Zack Wilson and Alex Zapp, designated that $3,500 raised during homecoming would be given to the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Beaufort. These funds will go to give free wigs, free rides, and many other local patient programs and cancer research.  For  more information on how to become a part of Relay For Life, please call 843-744-1922 or visit Relayforlife.org/beaufortsc.

AT RIGHT: Relay Beaufort High School, from left: Relay For Life Co-chair Beth Woodring, Staff Partner Heather Lanning, Beaufort High Principal Corey Murphy, Teacher Robin Southard, Coach Gerry Linn, Herbert Glaze, and teacher Deborah Kidd.
AT RIGHT: Relay Beaufort High School, from left: Relay For Life Co-chair Beth Woodring, Staff Partner Heather Lanning, Beaufort High Principal Corey Murphy, Teacher Robin Southard, Coach Gerry Linn, Herbert Glaze, and teacher Deborah Kidd.

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