Relay for Life Seoul

Friday, May 27, 2016

It was a blessing to participate in the annual Relay for Life event at Garrison Yongsan base this year!



While the planning was a doozy (we started planning in MARCH-if you've ever participated, you know this is cray) we somehow made it all come together, and collectively raised nearly $25,000 to support the American Cancer Society.
















Yours truly on the ones and twos :)


We legit relayed all day and all night, and into the next morning. I have participated in Relay for Life back in the states for many years, and this one was by far the most rewarding.


Seoul American High School students came straight from their prom to the Relay event!

The youngins endured through the night



By the end, this introvert had had more than enough. Nevertheless, I am really looking forward to next year's event. Here's to more birthdays!



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10 comments

  1. WOW!!! I'll bet you burned all kind of calories. I haven't participated in a relay in so many moons, its probably shameful!

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  2. $25,000 is amazing! I've never done one of these before. It looks fun and rewarding.

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  3. Wow! You did great! The event looked awesome, and I'm amazed you raised $25K that's a lot. Good job.

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  4. How fun! It's cool to get out and get moving while supporting a worthy cause. Kudos!

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  5. That is great. I donated some money to Relay for Life. Fun times you had!

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  6. WOW you did an awesome job!!! Looks like you all had a great time too!

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  7. Relay for life is an awesome event! Looks like you had a blast!

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  8. I have never done one of those before but judging by your pics, it looks like it was a good time!

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  9. This looks like an awesome fun event. It's truly wonderful that $25K was raised for the American Cancer Society.

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  10. Hey! I see sorors! Looks like it was an amazing event. $25K? Wow. That is fantastic work :)

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