2020 will mark the 15th year of Shorecrest hosting a Relay For Life on campus. An entirely student-run event, the 2020 Event Co-Chairs are Emery Camp '20, Lauren Epstein '21 and Lindsey Leonhirth '20.
What to Expect at Relay:
3-6pm - Setup, booths opening
6pm - Opening Ceremony, Survivor Lap Throughout the night: More booths, activities, food and entertainment
9:30pm - Luminaria Ceremony
10:30pm - Closing Ceremony
Are you a cancer Survivor or Caregiver?
Each year at Relay, a special honor is paid to survivors & caregivers. You will be treated to a delicious dinner and seated in the shade of our decorated tent. Come and be a part of this fun and important evening! RSVP for the reception to Jessica Sheets, firstname.lastname@example.org or 813-319-5928.
Become a Sponsor!
You can make a meaningful contribution to the American Cancer Society as a Relay For Life sponsor. If you or your employer would like to sponsor an event, please contact email@example.com.
When sophomore Jordan J asked Headmaster Mike Murphy to join him in shaving his head as an act of solidarity with Olivia R, another 10th grader who was undergoing chemotherapy to fight a lymphoma tumor, Mr. Murphy said, “If you can raise $1000 for Relay For Life.” His father, Marc, was standing by and blurted out, “Done.”
Three weeks and $22,000 dollars later, Shorecrest hosted a televised head shaving event. Billy Hume from Billy’s Corner Barber Shop on 4th Street agreed to buzz Mr. Murphy's head and to help raise money for Relay. Jess Farkas donated her time to buzz Jordan's head in front of the cameras in March of 2015.
"I am inspired by the leadership, concern for others and initiative demonstrated by our Shorecrest students as they commit to this service endeavor." Headmaster Mike Murphy commended.