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Poland Relay for Life raises $52,000

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POLAND, Ohio -

The Poland Relay for Life is reporting another successful year.

Organizers say 65-cancer survivors and 400 people participated in the 24-hour long event.

They raised $52,000 for the American Cancer Society.

The highest fundraiser was"Gianna's Team," which raised more than $17,000.

Poland has held the event every year since 2008.

 

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