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Moree relay raises hope | Photos, videos Moree East Public School students sing the National Anthem in their native Aboriginal tongue.
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Participants release balloons at the opening the 2016 Relay for Life.

Young Moree cancer survivor Belinda Wheeler cuts the ribbon to officially open the 2016 Relay for Life, watched on by Cancer Council NSW community relations coordinator Kate Dubois.

Belinda, Jack and Kam Wheeler with Cancer Council’s Dimity Betts.

The RFS team – Ben Williams, Helena Sampson, Zac Williams, Jo Williams, Rachel Tighe and Jason Bone.

Beau Ugavule, Bradley Haley, Jackson Fogarty, Jack Gorman, Jack Sweeney and Jake Lynch.

(Back) Keith Geale, Eric Geale, Doris Roberts, (front) Myeisha Bartholomew, Zeke West, Laila Bartholomew and Lesley Geale (in pram).

Cathy Duncan, Pauline Cain and Glen Crump.

(Back) Djurdjina Cikota, Tamzin Taunton, (front) Sarah Williams and Jasper Taunton.

Stacey, Kiara and Amelia Abrahamsen.

Moree Plains Shire Council team (back) Michael Ivanov, Luke Bryant, Adam Quinn, Skye Spooner, Jacqui Moore, (front) Leanne Ivanov and Jacqui Still.

The Pius team (back) Bruce Copeland, Rose and Lyndon Hankey, Lorrae Kennedy, (front) Carol Duke and Donna Taylor.

Ruby Reading, Sarah Williams, Sebastian Magarry and Lucille Reading.

Hayley Johnston and Toneisha Ugavule.

Warren Wright from Tamworth.

Sam Martin, Ritchie Hair, Jess Scully and Alice Gemmell-Smith.

Emily Wwalton-Potts, Emily McDonald and Felicity March.

Duncan and Isabelle Kelly.

Piper, Macey and Paris Phillis.

The Raining Hornets – Lisa Reed, Kelly Atkins, Sharon Silversides and Jenny Burling.

Sharon Single, Michael Irwin and Debbie Sharp.

Moree Boxing Academy president Danny Cheetham and his offsider Lex Baguley.

Linda and Kim Walton.

Max Hatton.

Syd Sixer plays cricket with some local kids.

Syd Sixer attempts to bat.

Denise and Steven Haines.

Tracey Williams, Debbie Fittler and Cheryl Williams.

Martin Vanvegchel, Dominique Hodgkinson, Francine Hodgkinson, Patrick Peters and Kay Vanvegchel at the Property Excellence campsite.

Shania McMillan and Tianna Bettens.

Ashlee Moore and Kiara Abrahamsen.

The Medical Marvels teams (l-r) Denise Hains, Jodie Slack-Smith, Heather Mooney, Steven Haines, Maureen Rainger and Lee Clissold.

Georgia Clissold, Brianna Hill, Brydi Custance and Charlotte Clissold sold tickets in a jelly bean guessing competition.

Team Flash Juice Plus – Vicki Angel, Amy Haley, Jess Lieshcke, Gail Williams and Jorja Barton.

Relay Roo in front of the Hope sign.

TweetFacebookMoree Relay for Life is well and truly underway… pic.twitter南京夜网/xvHA7acU0N

— MoreeChampion (@MoreeChampion) October 15, 2016Everyone who was there had a great time which was fantastic.

Kate Dubois, Cancer Council NSW community relations coordinatorWarren from Tamworth was planning on walking the whole 22 hours at Relay for Life on the weekend. Find out why… pic.twitter南京夜网/Hs4jxTM019

— MoreeChampion (@MoreeChampion) October 17, 2016Why do you Relay? pic.twitter南京夜网/xTdJ4FatkH

— MoreeChampion (@MoreeChampion) October 15, 2016These ladies have participated in all but one Moree Relay for Life. pic.twitter南京夜网/DuWMnWX2Jm

— MoreeChampion (@MoreeChampion) October 17, 2016This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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