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Federal Way Relay for Life 2012: Celebrate and remember

File photo from the 2009 Federal Way Relay for Life. Learn more at www.federalwayrelay.org. - Mirror file photo
File photo from the 2009 Federal Way Relay for Life. Learn more at www.federalwayrelay.org.
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Mirror staff reports:

The American Cancer Society’s Federal Way Relay for Life runs June 1-2, from 6 p.m. to noon, at the Saghalie Middle School park, 33914 19th Ave. SW.

A Community Health and Resource Fair runs 5 to 8 p.m. June 1. Free massages will be offered, along with free acupuncture. There will be businesses from Federal Way and surrounding communities offering a range of information on healthy eating right and cooking, vitamins and yoga, with massages to relieve stress.

The other part of the fair will focus on cancer patients and caregivers, offering information about the American Cancer Society, traditional health and alternative health care options for cancer patients, skin care, make-up, wigs, prosthetics, caregiving and companionship.

All cancer survivors and their caregivers are encouraged to join in at the opening ceremony. Cancer survivors will start off the relay by taking the first lap known as the victory lap, and then to eat dinner afterward.

For more information about the Community Health and Wellness fair, contact Robin Lulich at (253) 833-4120. For survivor dinner reservations, contact Deborah Davidek at (253) 350-9520.

Participating businesses

Jamba Juice (free juice samples)

Marlene’s

Super Supplements

Neo-Life Health & Fitness (GNLD)

Skin by Dezign

Mary Kay

Virginia Mason

St. Francis Hospital

Master Hair Care

Comfort Keepers

Preferred Orthotics & Prosthetics

Alicia Talley Hypnotherapy

Eating Skinny

Federal Way Naturopathy Inc.

AIM Physical Therapy

Ball Chiropractic Center

MeMe and Company

Seattle Cancer Health and Wellness Center

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