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Cancer Survivors Celebration (Free Luncheon) - Reserve your seat.
Survivors are the reason we Relay.
A survivor is anyone who has ever heard the words “You have cancer”. And we invite all cancer survivors in the community to attend Relay For Life.
Our goal is to create a world where more people survive cancer so they can celebrate another birthday. This year more than 11 million people will be able to do that thanks to the support of millions of dedicated Relay participants.
2001 HOPE Carnival Survivors Celebration
Survivors are the guests of honor at Relay. We offer survivors special T-shirts and will hold a special Reunion in 2011 (luncheon) for survivors and caregivers. (10am July 23) As well, we will open our Relay with the Survivors Lap where survivors lead the way around the track while being honored and applauded by all participants. Being a part of the Survivors Lap allows survivors to celebrate what they’ve overcome while inspiring and motivating their community to fight. Survivors are proof that cancer can be defeated.
Relay For Life is also a great way for people to meet other survivors in their own community.
If you would like to participate in this year’s Survivors Lap or other activities, please sign up today.(July 23)
- Online web page & event information
- PDF to download and mail in
- Email: Nancy.Verderber@cancer.org
- Phone: 724-222-6911
On-site registration, at event, is also available. no one is turned away. Pre-event reservations (registration) are greatly appreciated as they help us ensure enough food/beverages for all to enjoy.
Relay For Life ~ HOPE Carnival, event Details: www.relayforlife.org/pacranberry
More About North Boundary Park
Boasting the American Legion baseball field, three soccer fields, a playground, sledding hill and walking path, North Boundary Park is fun for the entire family. The park features sun deck rentals and two picnic shelters and its also home to the Cranberry Township Community Waterpark, which has a full concession stand during waterpark hours. A memorial for veterans also can be found on the park's extensive grounds.
Both the Seneca Valley Soccer Association and the Cranberry Township Athletic Association play on North Boundary Park's fields.
Features include: Waterpark, two picnic shelters with grills and picnic tables (Dan Baker Shelter, Penn Power Shelter), Citizens National Bank of NexTier Walking Trail, American Legion Baseball Field, three soccer fields (Giant Eagle Field, Rodgers Field and James Wolfe Field), Skip Gross Wetlands, Veteran’s Memorial, Sledding Hill, playground with slides, swings and climbers.
Services: Restrooms. Food services are available at the Waterpark during the pool season. Limited concessions are available during athletic events, at the fields.
- Field permits are required to use the fields for organized play.
- Park shelter and waterpark sun deck rental information can be found here.
- Alcohol is not permitted.
- Off-road vehicles are not permitted.
- Skateboarding is not permitted, but skateboarders can use the AE Ride Skate Park behind the Cranberry municipal center. See details here.
- Please review the complete rules guiding the safe use of the community parks here.
- Parks/fields may be closed due to weather conditions.
- Pets are not permitted, but pets are permitted in the Rotary Dog Park. For more information, click here.
Other events here
- Walking Group Weekly on Saturdays, 10:00 am–11:00 pm
- Izzie's Dash for Organ Donation 5K/Walk Family Fun Evnet Sat, Jun 1, 8:30 pm–12:00 pm