By Daniel Thompson

Relay For Life holds possible last event in Kimball

Wallin looking for someone to take over organizing the event


Daniel Thompson

Joey Shaske addresses the Relay For Life crowd to talk about his struggle with being diagnosed with cancer in high school and to let others know that there is life after cancer.

A storm passed through the city of Kimball as rain soaked the ground of Gotte Park and supporters of the local Relay For Life gathered underneath a pavilion on Friday, August 22, for their annual event to raise both awareness and money for the cause of helping fund research in order to fight the deadly illness.

Fran Wallin, who organized the event, stood before the crowd tucked away under the shelter from the rain, opening the event by expressing her gratitude for everyone who has shown their support for the Kimball Relay For Life over the past five or six years.

"I want to thank everybody...

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